Another update, i am still waiting for my tax returns/ outstanding tax calculations, which i submitted on the first day possible after my resignation.. Its a slow process with poor communication with the IRD, the assigned person is replying with a different email which is tied into a automatic response system so they dont see the replies themselves...
So i was emailing a few days to nothing... i am kind off annoyed how this process takes so long... its 14 May now, my last working day was 30 April.. so i probably still dont see my final salary paycheck for another 1 work week.... which is really annoying that i have to do almost 1 month without a salary.
From neither the MPF accounts i heard anything back, but i think i wont for another 2/3 weeks and then i will have money deposited onto my bank account.
Overall i am really happy i resigned 2 weeks earlier then planned (1.5 month buffer originally) i feel the 2 month buffer is kind of neceserry to ensure you get your final salary and MPF payout before you left HK so you still have time to locally fix issues if arises. More updates follow.
But indeed fix your MPF as good as possible, try to stick with 1/2 companies only and keep a eye on the fact if its a corporate MPF or a personal MPF as there is a difference there as well and affect MPF payout if not arranged propperly before departure HK.