Malaysians working abroad can save with EPF


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BANGI: Malaysians working abroad can make contributions to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) via the 1Malaysia Retirement Savings Scheme (SP1M).

Johor EPF branch Retirement Advisory Service (RAS) officer Faizal Abu Al-Ashari said those below age 55 could register as EPF members to make savings until they reach retirement age.

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