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US 403(b) Plans’ High Fees Eat Teachers’ Retirement Plans

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One of my main missions as a fee-only investment advisor is to shine light on how every day professionals can best save and invest for retirement, and know exactly what they’re paying for such services and what they get from those services. I was glad to see this latest Barron’s article highlighting US teachers’ 403(b) […]

How to have over $1,000,000 in MPF by age 40

How to have over $1,000,000 in MPF by age 40

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If you have worked as a professional in Hong Kong since the first MPF scheme was launched in December 2000, and contributed the minimum each month into a low-cost Hong Kong stock index fund, you should have over $1,000,000 in MPF by now. MPF stands for Mandatory Provident Fund, and is Hong Kong’s equivalent to […]

Tariq Dennison and Peter Lewis on RTHK Money Talk Xtra

Investment Suitability for the Elderly, Sat Nov 25 8:30 on RTHK Radio 3

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On tomorrow’s episode of “Money Talk Xtra” with Peter Lewis, Tariq Dennison will answer questions on how to evaluate the suitability of different investment products and strategies for elderly investors. The show will air Saturday, November 25th at 8:30am on RTHK radio 3. Retirees often focus on reducing risk, but sometimes to the point of […]

best MPF schemes by fund expense ratio

Best MPF Schemes by Average Fund Expense Ratio

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When looking for the best MPF schemes, either as an as an employer of Hong Kong employees, or as an employee rolling over funds from an old job, the two most important factors to look for are: Low expenses Diversified fund choices It is important to note that it is usually not wise to choose […]