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EPF: Rate of defaulting employers trimmed

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has managed to trim the rate of default in employers not contributing to the fund to 2.9% currently from 23% in the early 1990s, said deputy chief executive officer Rusma Ibrahim.


EPF must deal severely with errant bosses

The decision by the Employees Provident Fund to stop bosses who failed to submit their workers' EPF contributions from going overseas may be appropriate but quicker action must be taken to recover the money from them. V.K. CHIN writes.


Parents of underage addicts to be charged

I>MINGGUAN Malaysia/Ifront-paged a report of a Government proposal to charge parents whose underage children are found to be drug addicts and involved in social ills.


Seeking justice

P.L. Wong of Kuala Lumpur notices a fast-emerging 'trend' of exploitation among employment agencies.


EPF beefs up customer service

Aspiring to be a leading social security organisation in the world and the best government agency in Malaysia, the EPF has set out to implement the best customer-oriented service ever, writes JANE RITIKOS.


Rebate allowed on zakat payment

This is the third and final part in the question-and-answer series provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers for The Star readers on various aspects of Budget 2005.


Tax refund procedure made easier

This is the second in a three-part question-and-answer series provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers for i>The Star/ireaders on various aspects of Budget 2005. The final part will appear in i>StarBiz/itomorrow.


Who is your employer?

HOW many people have asked themselves who their employer is or whose employees they are? Usually it is unnecessary to ask this question. This is because the answer is pretty obvious.


Private pension funds may be out of reach for many

The insurance industry is making a serious attempt to get the Government to approve the setting up of private pension funds. But its proposal has been met with some scepticism. V.K. Chin comments.


Norman of KRU acquitted in EPF case

A magistrate's court yesterday acquitted popular singer and producer Norman Abdul Halim of three charges of failing to remit his workers' Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contributions to the fund.