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  1. #151

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    Still none for me.


  2. #152

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    Same, @Paxbritannia!


  3. #153

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    JUST GOT MY 2019 bill- also a big part of 2018, it was one giant mess, still seems under what I think I should owe, not complaining- could be some scheme for tax relief that I am entitled to, I have no idea.

    For me, the first installment is not due until 23 April with the second installment due sometime in June but I am going to pay all at once so I don't forget- the second installment is something like 30k HKD so just pay it all now, not like the opportunity cost for two months of 30k is so huge.

    Really, was wondering if they forgot about me, like my mysterious absent water bill...


  4. #154

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    Still not received here.


  5. #155

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    I got mine last week. 1st installment due mid April.


  6. #156

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    finally got my tax assessment but there is no due date. how strange?


  7. #157

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquaman
    finally got my tax assessment but there is no due date. how strange?
    Awesome, then no deadline!

  8. #158

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    Finally got mine!


  9. #159

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    I finally got mine today! The first part is due 7 May 2020 and the second part 17 June 2020. I couldn't figure out a pattern for who got theirs first. Well HSBC (among others) still lets you pay the IRD using a credit card you have with them, so earning 0.4% back on a tax bill is just a little bit extra icing on the cake of HK taxes compared to the absolute awfulness of U.S. taxes.

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  10. #160

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    Quote Originally Posted by loganhair
    I finally got mine today! The first part is due 7 May 2020 and the second part 17 June 2020. I couldn't figure out a pattern for who got theirs first. Well HSBC (among others) still lets you pay the IRD using a credit card you have with them, so earning 0.4% back on a tax bill is just a little bit extra icing on the cake of HK taxes compared to the absolute awfulness of U.S. taxes.
    It seems "heavy" taxpayers were getting their bills first.

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