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The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has declared the dividend payouts for its members at 5.45% for conventional and…
A commentary by Hann Liew, CEO of RinggitPlus, on Budget 2020.
RinggitPlus and Visa International found that many Malaysians do not have control of their money matters.
EPF members can now directly invest their EPF savings in unit trust funds via the i-Akaun portal.
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Effective immediately, all EPF kiosks nationwide will only print a summary of members' EPF accounts.
The EPF and University of Malaya collaborated to create a comprehensive estimated guide to achieve an acceptable standard of living in Malaysia.
At 6.15% and 5.9% for Syariah savings, the EPF dividend rates for 2018 have "surpassed expectations".