How to rebuild savings


PETALING JAYA: Extending the retirement age and job creation are among measures that can go towards assisting hard-hit savers of all ages to rebuild their retirement funds that they had dipped into due to Covid-19.

AmBank Group chief economist and head of research Anthony Dass said the issue requires several-pronged approach, with the immediate priority being creating jobs so that the people who have lost their jobs can begin to recoup some of the loss in income.

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