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FTU urges MPF changes for low income...

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    FTU urges MPF changes for low income...

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    [Cable News] The Federation of Trade Unions urges the government to implement arrangements such as Mandatory Provident Fund contributions for low-income and self-employed people as soon as possible.The "eMPF" platform will be put into service on the 26th of this month. The Rights Committee of the Federation of Trade Unions said that the government has promised to implement MPF contributions for low-income and self-employed people after the platform is put into operation. It urges the authorities to announce relevant measures in a timely manner and Ensure that MPF hedging can be canceled next year.He also said that the MPFA has not adjusted the upper and lower limits of mandatory MPF contributions in the past 10 years. According to the regulations, employees with a monthly income of less than $7,100 do not need to make contributions, and employees with a monthly income of more than $30,000 have a maximum contribution limit of $1,500. The Federation of Trade Unions believes that the upper and lower limits should be changed to $48,500 and $9,900.

    https://www.i-cable.com/%E6%96%B0%E8...7%91-%E8%AA%BF

    https://www.ftu.org.hk/zh-hant/news/.../?news_id=6176

    Last edited by nivek2046; 15-06-2024 at 12:22 PM.

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    Just put the whole article in the headline.

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