Last updated : 24 Jun 2019    

Self Contribution

The EPF contribution is not limited to those required under the EPF Act 1991. Voluntary participation of those who are not covered under the EPF Act is strongly encouraged. Furthermore, it is an advantage to have savings set aside for your future retirement.

Who Can Make Self Contribution

 

Domestic helpers

Domestic helpers

Working in a residential home and employed by a private individual

Sole proprietors/Business partners/Retired workers

Sole proprietors/Business partners/Retired workers

Who do not receive wages or not defined as employers or employees in the EPF Act 1991

Leaving the country withdrawal scheme

Leaving the country withdrawal scheme

Employees who have withdrawn all savings using this scheme and have returned and are currently working in Malaysia

*Foreign domestic helpers may contribute using the KWSP 16B form.


Requirements

Malaysian citizen

Malaysian citizen

Registered EPF member

Registered EPF member

What You Need

 

  • Payment through internet banking, cash, bank draft or cheque.

Payment Methods and Channels

Internet Banking
(Maybank and Public Bank)
Bank Agent Counters
(BSN, Maybank, Public Bank and RHB)
EPF Counters
 

Online transfer

Cash/cheque

Cash (RM500 maximum)/cheque

*Up to 14 working days may be needed before contribution is reflected in your statement.
**We do not encourage members to make cash payment at the EPF counter especially for large amounts.

Payment Limit

Minimum (RM only)

No limit

Maximum (RM only)

RM60,000 yearly for all Voluntary Contribution
(Self Contribution, i-Saraan, i-Suri, Top-up Savings Contribution  - effective January 2013)

  •   IMPORTANT REMINDER
    • Payments must be made to KUMPULAN WANG SIMPANAN PEKERJA.
    • Member reference number and the month of the contribution must be recorded on the back if payment is made by cheque, money order or bank draft.
     
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