- Dividend And Profit Announced For Both EPF And Tabung Haji Amid Economic Gloom
Despite rising unemployment, the economic slowdown, and the pandemic still in full force, contributors of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH), the pilgrims fund board, can remain optimistic this year after both organisations recently announced their dividends and profit distributions for the year ending 2020. The EPF has announced rates of […]Read More
- How To Withdraw EPF Account Savings For Personal Use?
This article was first published on January 2017 and has been edited and updated for accuracy and clarity. Do you know the rights you have over the retirement money you save in your EPF account? CompareHero.my spoke to Puan Balqais Yusoff, Head of Strategy Management Department in EPF to help answer some of the common […]Read More
- Everything You Need To Know About EPF i-Sinar Facility
If you have lost your job or experienced a loss in income due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you might want to consider applying for the EPF i-Sinar programme to support your finances. Here’s a quick guide to help you better understand the i-Sinar facility. Many Malaysians have experienced job losses, salary cuts and forced unpaid […]Read More
- Should You Withdraw Money From Your EPF Under The i-Sinar Facility? – The Pros And Cons
If you’re facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in need of extra cash to pay the bills, you might want to consider withdrawing your money from EPF under the i-Sinar facility. Read this article to find out the pros and cons of withdrawing money from your EPF account. If you have been […]Read More
- EPF i-Sinar Category 2 Application Opens Today – Here’s How You Can Apply
Through the Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) i-Sinar facility, members can withdraw up to RM60,000 from their Account 1. Category 1 members have been able to submit their applications since Dec 1, 2020, while members under Category 2 can start applying today. Here’s a quick step-by-step application guide. Need extra cash to cover your living expenses […]Read More
- A Beginner’s Guide to Will Writing in Malaysia
*Updated on 14th Sep 2017 None of us has the power to predict the future. So, for peace of mind, and to ensure your family and loved ones will get what is rightfully theirs, here is a guide to help you identify what you should know about will writing and surat wasiat in Malaysia.Read More
- How Much Should You Have In Savings by The Age of 30?
Having savings as a financial buffer for yourself is a crucial part of personal finance. It is the first and easiest step towards building your wealth before going into other personal finance components that are more complex such as investing, property (asset) management and building your own business (income).Read More
- To Malaysians, From Malaysians: Do Better For Your Retirement
Ongoing arguments about the rising cost of living, stagnant wage growth, unhealthy levels of debt per household, and unemployment issues continue to heat Malaysians up on daily basis. However, it seems that we are still not shaken by the fact that the majority of Malaysians are not financially prepared to survive once our main income […]Read More