My name is Raymond Yeung.
I worked as an assessor of Inland Revenue
Department for 18 years. Now, I set up this website to publish Hong Kong
materials. All the materials originate from my tax work; it reflects the
mainstream practices of IRD. It's at your finger tips. Just a click on your mouse at
[Hong Kong Tax Tips]
and you'll get it.
Service fee: HK$500
Service can be provided at
SuperSandwiches / Pacific Coffeeat MOKO, next to Mongkok East MTR
Think if you pay me $120 to buy a CD Rom. Then,
you can copy, paste, and edit, all the taxation information
of the CD Rom onto your
correspondence with IRD. Then
you can fortify your tax arguments, minimize your research time, reduce your
typing work, cut down your tax payment and cast off your tax shackles.
Suppose you are a tax practitioner or an accountant, with the CD Rom, you can
include my tax materials in your correspondence with your clients or even in
your submissions to your boss. Then, you can improve your work
quickly and easily.
So, what does owning a CD Rom really mean? It means cost reduction from time to
time. It means
value for the $120 that you will
pay me. It means
a huge electronic storage of tax informationat your fingertips. It means less research effort, less tax trouble, less typing
work, less running costs, better work performance, stronger tax arguments, more
leisure, greater profit…