Don’t Forget to Pay Your 2014/2015 Tax Bill On Time!
Settle your taxes now to avoid large penalty payments. You only have a few days to do so! The first installment of personal taxes in Hong Kong should be paid in January. Not paying your taxes on time can be a costly affair. Late payments will be levied with a 5% surcharge and 10% after … Continue reading Don’t Forget to Pay Your 2014/2015 Tax Bill On Time!
“Keep Learning! Keep Sharing!”—Ken Chan, Marketing Director of ICGX
Ken Chan sure keeps it short in MoneyHero.com.hk’s series of “Money Heroes” – but his knowhow in the digital world is far from short. An accomplished marketing professional bringing the combination of both digital and expertise across a multitude of industries with a focus on digital, O2O, social media and mobile marketing strategies and a … Continue reading “Keep Learning! Keep Sharing!”—Ken Chan, Marketing Director of ICGX
16 Birthday Freebies and Rewards to Enjoy in Hong Kong
Don’t want to spend too much on your birthday? Or perhaps you’re looking to arrange an affordable birthday gift for a friend? Then check out this list of birthday freebies and rewards that you can enjoy from various hotels, restaurants, merchants and banks in Hong Kong! (Updated in Jan 2016) Dining and Accommodation 1. Silvermine … Continue reading 16 Birthday Freebies and Rewards to Enjoy in Hong Kong
Top 10 Financial News Stories from Hong Kong in 2015
Financial markets in Hong Kong experienced a significant shift in 2015. In the first half of the year local property prices surged and the city’s investors keenly rode on the back of a bull market, enabling Hong Kong’s financial health to keep it strength. However following restrictions on the number of mainland Chinese tourists permitted … Continue reading Top 10 Financial News Stories from Hong Kong in 2015
MoneyHero.com.hk’s Top 10 Personal Finance Tips from 2015
With 2016 soon upon us, we’ve rounded up our top 10 personal finance tips from 2015 to help you keep your spending, savings and investments on track in the coming year.
Premier League TV Packages in Hong Kong: LeTV vs. Now TV
With the launch of new TV streaming services such as LeTV, Viu TV and Netflix, the broadcasting industry in Hong Kong will face enormous changes in the coming year. But what football fans care about the most is how they can watch next season’s English Premier League in Hong Kong. LeTV and NOW TV both … Continue reading Premier League TV Packages in Hong Kong: LeTV vs. Now TV
“Hire And Set Up The Best People. A Strong Team Spells Success.” Mike Rosol, Vice President of Sales of Wayin
With an edge in geology and biology from college, it may come as a slight surprise to some that Mike Rosol is also passionate about social media – or does it? As the Vice President of Sales of Wayin (www.wayin.com), the social intelligence company that integrates social content into new experiences for consumers and delivers … Continue reading “Hire And Set Up The Best People. A Strong Team Spells Success.” Mike Rosol, Vice President of Sales of Wayin
5 Restaurants with Christmas Dinner Discounts in Hong Kong
What could be better than spending Christmas in Hong Kong with your friends and family and enjoying a sumptuous traditional dinner together to remind you of home? Elaborate dishes might be costly, but you can always save more by spending with your credit cards. Here’s a few restaurants in Hong Kong where you can enjoy … Continue reading 5 Restaurants with Christmas Dinner Discounts in Hong Kong
5 Budget-friendly Christmas Markets in Hong Kong 2015
Hong Kong might not be a traditional destination for Christmas celebrations, but you’d be surprised to find that the city’s festivities are not only full of fun but also budget-friendly. Here’s a few Christmas markets and events in Hong Kong that you can enjoy without having to spend much money.
Apply for a Credit Card on Dec 12 to Enjoy HK$250 Coupons and 15% Off ZALORA Shopping
On 12 December 2015, you can enjoy an exclusive offer from MoneyHero.com.hk. Receive HK$250 Parknshop or UA Cinema coupons by applying for Standard Chartered UnionPay Dual Currency Platinum Credit Card through MoneyHero.com.hk on 12 December 2015. Then go shopping on ZALORA on the same day and enjoy a 15% discount (Coupon Code: MH1212) on purchases for … Continue reading Apply for a Credit Card on Dec 12 to Enjoy HK$250 Coupons and 15% Off ZALORA Shopping
6 Tips on Saving for your Children’s Education
As parents, you always hope that your children will have a prosperous future ahead. Many parents scrimp and save to make sure that their children receive the best education. But if you plan ahead and set aside funds early, you can take some of the strain off your finances. In Hong Kong, many financial institutions … Continue reading 6 Tips on Saving for your Children’s Education
How to Survive a Disaster Holiday with Travel Insurance
Come year-end and many of us will be looking forward to a well-deserved break with family and friends. If you are planning an overseas holiday, it would be wise to include travel insurance coverage for you and your family that is best suited to your travel needs. Here are just some of the things that … Continue reading How to Survive a Disaster Holiday with Travel Insurance
8 Easy Ways to Save Money on Airbnb
Airbnb is an online platform that lets you list, find, and rent accommodation in more than 190 countries. The cost of renting an apartment or house on Airbnb is generally lower than staying at a guesthouse or hotel. These 8 tips will help you save even more with Airbnb.
6 Must-Know Tips to Get the Best Tax Loan in Hong Kong
As the end of the year approaches, you’ll soon be receiving those dreaded tax bills. Perhaps you didn’t save enough to pay your taxes in one go and are considering taking out a loan to pay the difference. Many banks and lenders in Hong Kong offer ‘tax loans’ with more competitive interest and higher approval … Continue reading 6 Must-Know Tips to Get the Best Tax Loan in Hong Kong
A Couple’s Guide to Price Comparison – Part 5 – The Best Loans for Renovating Your Hong Kong Home
Let’s face it, a ‘home’ in Hong Kong is well, functional. Unless you’re lucky enough to be a multi-billionaire you’re probably living somewhere ‘cosy’ that requires extra effort to become a place that you actually want to spend time. The cost of sprucing up your home can increase exponentially if you’re looking to make drastic … Continue reading A Couple’s Guide to Price Comparison – Part 5 – The Best Loans for Renovating Your Hong Kong Home