just asked. Mat was correct. Don't know the equation, but employee is always 100%
so it depends on the bank then ? hmmm.. i have asked just now my HR did not get back to me.
One more thing for ORSO, if you have been employed for 3 years with the same employer but in different country, asked to be included so at least you have 30% of employer share.
In my case, I have worked in Indonesia for 5 yrs and Singapore for 5 yrs for same company and when I moved here couple of months ago, it stated in my contract that I have been employed for 10 yrs, therefore I have a full 100% portion of the employer even when I have started in Hongkong recently. No brainer for me 5% from my salary 10% from my employer. Also I have received the website to check the detail balance that can be checked daily (detailed from your contribution and employer contribution).
Last edited by javaman; 15-08-2006 at 04:02 PM.
In some comapny after 10 years, the company will contribute 15% and you 0. Great deal in that case.Originally Posted by javaman:
Many pension systems around the world can track employee and employer contributions separately under one master account. No big deal.Originally Posted by freeier: