Should you opt out of the new EPF contribution rate and stick to 11%? Find out what this means to your finances!
Dreaming for the day you can walk away from your job and have complete control over your time? This may sound like a far-fetched dream for many, but it is not an impossibility.
The age when you decide to start a family can have a big impact on your finances.
How much should you save and how much do you need for retirement? It depends on how you envision your retirement. Read on to find out!
Plan your retirement savings, and be prepared for any eventualities along the way. Here’s how you can get started with the investment that allows you the flexibility to fit your risk appetite.
Reality bites. Our EPF savings is not enough if we want to continue with our standard of living post-employment. Here's why.
Many Malaysians are thinking about working past retirement to help with their finances. Here are some pointers to landing a job in your retirement years.
Close to 90% of Malaysians worry about not having enough for retirement. What are their main concerns?
The Employee's Provident Fund (EPF) sees an income hike in the first half of the year, at RM22.04 billion.
The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has announced that Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members would retain their right to withdraw their savings at the age of 55.