Mixed reactions over EPF withdrawal decision

Ho says it is a good move that can ease the financial burden of the people in the short term.

JOHOR BARU: The Government’s decision to allow RM500 monthly withdrawal from Employees Provident Fund (EPF) for members beginning April 1 to help them during the Covid-19 pandemic has received mixed reactions from the public.

While some applauded the move, others expressed concerns over its effects in the long run, especially for those with lower savings.

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