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One in three Malaysians do not have a savings account and most do not have enough savings to last more than five years post-retirement, said the EPF.
Just because you can't afford the lifestyle of the super-rich doesn't mean you can't invest like them.
If you are struggling to juggle your many financial goals and often neglect your retirement planning, this can be the best solution to that problem.
Achieving the dream of a secure and comfortable retirement is much easier when you plan your finances.
Your retirement planning accounts for your daily expenses in your golden years but what if your sickness requires non-medical care that costs thousands every month?
All eyes were on EPF in recent months as Malaysians anticipated the 2015’s dividend rate. But what does EPF’s 6.40% dividend for 2015 mean to your savings?
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is looking to offer members a choice to participate in Shariah-compliant stocks.
Under Budget 2016 revision, Malaysians now have the options of lowering their EPF contributions by 3% or maintaining it at 11%.
Should you opt out of the new EPF contribution rate and stick to 11%? Find out what this means to your finances!