Ever wondered how this year's EPF dividend rate compares to previous years? We got you covered with our historical 11-year chart!
A commentary by Hann Liew, CEO of RinggitPlus, on Budget 2020.
At 6.15% and 5.9% for Syariah savings, the EPF dividend rates for 2018 have "surpassed expectations".
As tempting as it sounds, try not to spend all your ang pow money away this Chinese New Year. Here are some ways you can make use of your ang pow responsibly instead.
The PRS was introduced as an additional retirement investment scheme over and above EPF to help Malaysians better prepare for retirement. But is it really the thing for you? Here's a quick guide to help you decide.
More people are saving with Private Retirement Schemes according to last year’s statistics compared to the previous years.
With Malaysia's EPF announcing a 6.9% dividend payout, discover what does this means to you as a EPF contributor and what are the things that you can do with it.
Want to catch up on your savings to make up for some years of mad spending? We've got the steps to get started!
As we faced a challenging financial year in 2015, we wrote to help you #GetMore for your money in difficult times or just understand issues a little better. We look back at some of the must read articles of 2015.
It's only August, so income tax filing may be the last thing on your mind. But you can plan ahead to save via tax reliefs by spending on these 5 items.