I have two question about HSBC expat.
1) It's based in Jersey, and my understanding is that in Jersey there is a tax on dividends.
But if I live in HK I will pay taxes according to HK rules, right? For example if I buy shares of Link Reit I won't pay a tax on the dividend, if I buy UCITS I pay 15% taxes, etc.?
Do I need to fill in a form to get back some of the taxes that I pay in Jersey (if these are more than I would pay in HK)?
2) One can have an expat premier account with a salary of GBP 100,000 a year. But what if one takes a pay cut or stops working? Do they check yearly if you still have that salary, and if you no longer have it, they ask you to put in 50,000 or they charge the GBP 35 fee?