Get a head start to financial freedom – plan your retirement early
Over 60% of people in Hong Kong aren't confident about their retirement and how to prepare for a better future. At HSBC, we make planning for your future easier than you think.
We'll help you plan the essentials, visualise your dreams and guide you throughout your retirement journey for a bright, secure future for you and your family - wherever you are in life.
Key stages of retirement planning
Have a clear retirement goal
The sooner you start planning, the more secure your retirement will be. A good place to start is having a clear vision in your mind of what your retirement means for you.
Here are a few things to think about:
- the retirement dreams you want to fulfil
- day-to-day living costs
- protection you'll need against the unexpected, like medical insurance
Not sure where to start? Take a look at our HSBC Retirement Monitor to see how much Hong Kong retirees are spending.
Make a savings plan
Once you know what your retirement will look like, work out how much you need to set aside for it.
You can use our Retirement calculator to work out how much you need to save to reach your retirement goal, and see how long this money will last you.
Stick with your savings plan
Once you have a plan, start putting money aside regularly. To help you build up a saving habit and stick to it, set up a direct debit to transfer your savings into a dedicated retirement pot, savings account or other retirement saving product. You can start small and add more later but the earlier you start, the better.
Choose the right investment products
Choosing the right products to help your pot grow is an important step. The money you earn from your retirement portfolio can make up a large part of your retirement pot.
There are some important factors to consider when choosing the right retirement products, like tax relief, the flexibility of contributions and withdrawals, and the level of risk to take. You could also choose multiple products to suit different needs and diversify your portfolio.
Review your plan regularly
Retirement planning can take a few years, and it's not untypical for things not to go according to your plan all the time.
That's why you should review your progress regularly, at least once a year. You might discover some adjustments you need to make to keep your plan on track.
Protect yourself and your family
Retirement planning isn't just about saving. Make sure you and your loved ones are well protected in case anything unexpected happens.
You can use our Protection Need Calculator to check if your protection needs are well covered.
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