A self-employed person ("SEP") is a person who earns income from the production of or trade in goods or services in a capacity other than an employee. If you are a sole-proprietor of or partner in a business, you are regarded as an SEP under the MPF System. If you are an SEP at least 18 but under 65 years of age, you have the legal obligation to enroll yourself into an MPF scheme.
Learn more about the definition of SEPSelf-Employed Person
For enrolment, please download the complete BCT (MPF) Pro Choice Information Kits – Self-employed Person, and read our Offering Documents before enroll.
BCT (MPF) Pro Choice Information Kit (Self-Employed):
‧ MPF Scheme Brochure : BCT (MPF) Pro Choice
‧ Product Summary
‧ Company Leaflet
‧ Application Form - Self-employed Person
(Master Trust Scheme - BCT (MPF) Pro Choice) [AP(SEP)–MT]
‧ Scheme Member’s Request for Account Consolidation Form
(For Consolidating Multiple Personal Accounts into One Account) [MPF(S)-P(C)]
‧ Request for Fund Transfer Form
(For self-employed person, personal account holder or employee ceasing employment)
and Statement of Authentication [RFT(MEM)]