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The monthly salary range of a full-time entry-level NET (with less than 2 years of local teaching experience) is from HK$20,000 to HK$23,000. For NETs who teach short-term courses on a non-regular part-time basis, the hourly rate ranges from HK$250 to HK$350.
You have to be:
  • A native speaker of English,
  • Passionate about educating children and youth;
  • A holder of university degree (in any subject),
  • Preferably with teaching experience and/or
  • Teaching related qualifications such as a TEFL/TESOL Certificate, CELTA and PGCE/PGDE in English.
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As a non-resident working in Hong Kong, you are liable to salaries tax. Salaries Tax is charged for every person in respect of his/her income arising in or derived from Hong Kong from any office or employment of profit and any pension. Income includes all income, perquisites and fringe benefits from the employer or others.

However, if your income is no more than the basic allowance ($132,000 in 2022/23) in the year of assessment (For example, the year of assessment 2021/22 covers the 12 months from 1/4/2021 to 31/3/2022.), you don’t need to pay salaries tax.
You can refer to this website for the updated basic allowance:

Your employer shall fill in an employer’s return and notification forms (IR56B and IR56M) and return them to the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) before May of this year, therefore IRD will mail Tax Return – Individuals (BIR60) on the first working day of May to you. If it is your first time to pay tax, IRD will set up a new account for you, so your tax return forms mailing date is not fixed.
If you do not receive your tax return forms, you can notify IRD by filling in the IR6167 form ( within 4 months after a year of assessment (which is before July 31st).
If you receive your tax return forms, you must complete and return the forms to IRD within 1 month from the date the forms were sent.
You can make use of the online taxation calculator to calculate your tax:
You must inform IRD immediately if you change your postal address. Please find the Notification of Change of Postal Address for your use.

Provisional Salaries Tax of the following year is also required by IRD. Therefore the total salaries tax you need to pay is:
Total Salaries Tax for 2022/23 = Salaries Tax required 2022/23 + Provision Salaries Tax 2023/24 

Your salaries tax can be paid in 2 installments, in January and April of the following year separately.


A. I earned a salary of $40,000 and contributed $1,500 to a Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) Scheme per month as from 1 October 2021. How is Salaries Tax computed for 2021/22?

Year of Assessment 2021/2022
Income ($40000 x 6 months)$240,000
Less: MPF contributions ($1,500 x 6 months)($9000)
Net Total Income$231,000
Less: Basic allowance($132,000)
Net Chargeable Income$99,000
Progressive Rate 
Salaries Tax payable – First $50,000 (2% progressive)$1,000
Balance $49,000 x 6%$2,940
Salaries Tax payable at progressive rate$3,940
Standard Rate 
Salaries Tax at standard rate $231,000 x 15%$34,650
Salaries Tax payable (the smaller amount)$3,940
Less: 100% Tax reduction (capped at $10,000*)($3,940)

(*Note – Government Tax Refund) For 2021/22, 100% of the final tax payable under profits tax, salaries tax and tax under personal assessment would be waived, subject to a ceiling of $10,000 per case.

B. Do I have to pay Provisional Salaries Tax (PST) for 2022/23?
Yes, the Salaries Tax demand note for you consists of two components:

2021/22 Salaries Tax$0
2022/23 PST$38,100
Total Salaries Tax Payable$38,100

Calculation of PST for 2022/23 is based on the income for 2021/22, but grossed up to 12 months, as follows:

Year of Assessment 2022/2023
Income ($40000 x 12 months)$480,000
Less: MPF contributions ($1,500 x 12 months)($18,000)
Net Total Income$462,000
Less: Basic allowance($132,000)
Net Chargeable Income$330,000
Progressive Rate 
Salaries Tax payable – First $200,000 (2-14% progressive)$16,000
Balance $130,000 x 17%$22,100
PST payable at progressive rate$38,100
Standard Rate 
Salaries Tax at standard rate $462,000 x 15%$69,300
PST payable (the smaller amount)$38,100

C. Questions A & B show that my total tax payable is $38,100 (Salaries Tax required 2021/22 [$0] + Provision Salaries Tax 2022/23 [$38,100].) When do I pay? Do I pay by two instalments?
Normally you would be asked to pay the sum of $38,100 by 2 instalments as follows:

 Amount PayableDue date
1st instalment$28,575 ($38,100 x 75%)Around Jan 2023
2nd instalment$9,525 ($38,100 x 25%)Around April 2023

By 1 January 2023 you would have earned income for 9 months to 31 December 2022 (75% of annual income). By 1 April 2023 you would have earned income for the 12 months to 31 March 2023. Hence, paying provisional tax is not paying tax in advance, nor paying tax on future income.

Salaries Tax is chargeable on the smaller of your net chargeable income at progressive rates and your net total income at standard rate. In this regard, (1) Net Chargeable Income = Total Income – Deductions – Allowances (2) Net Total Income = Total Income – Deductions. Tax rates for the year of assessment Net chargeable income (net of allowances)
On the First 50,000 2%
On the Next 50,000 6%
On the First 50,000 10%
On the Next 50,000 14%
Remainder 17%
Net total income (no allowances) Standard rate 15%
The Mandatory Provident Fund is a retirement protection system. It is a statutory requirement under the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance (MPFSO) (Cap. 485) that all employees in Hong Kong have to enroll in an MPF scheme.
The contribution rate for both the employer and the employee as set out in the current provisions of the MPFSO is 5% of the employee’s income (excluding Special Allowance), subject to the maximum level of income of HK$30,000 per month.
An employee can be exempt from the provisions of the MPFSO under certain circumstances which include the following: Permission is given to the person to land or remain in Hong Kong for the purposes of employment under the conditions of stay imposed in accordance with section 11 of the Immigration Ordinance (Cap. 115); and the period during which the person is given permission to remain in Hong Kong does not exceed 12 months; or The person is a member of a provident, pension, retirement or superannuation scheme established outside Hong Kong. (Such schemes include personal retirement scheme as well as national retirement scheme. It does not matter whether or not the member is making contributions to the overseas scheme when the person is employed in Hong Kong.) (Only applicable to employee)