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Financial Advice for Migrant domestic workers from the team at Enrich HK!
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With Valentine’s Day following hot on the heels of Chinese New Year (CNY), February can be a busy time for migrant domestic workers.
All of us have been affected by the pandemic this year, in different ways. As a domestic worker (and possibly as a parent, sibling, child or friend), you will have faced challenges–
at the very least you will have felt some uncertainty about the current situation and worries about what the future might bring. While we hope for the best for 2021, none of us can predict the future – instead, we need to do what we can to plan for it, to protect ourselves and our loved ones as much as possible.
2020 has been a tough year financially for people across the globe, however it is not only our material lives that have been affected.
Have you ever been invited by a friend to invest in a company, asked to sell a product, or to work from home and earn a huge commission? If an opportunity promises to help you ‘get rich quick,’ it can certainly be tempting – especially right now when you may well be sending extra money home because of the pandemic. However, there are many scams which specifically target domestic workers in Hong Kong and understanding how to identify them is extremely important.