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Contribution Payment Method By Employer

Contribution payment can be made via:

  • Cash
  • Postal Order
  • Money Order
  • Cheque
  • Banker's Cheque
  • Internet banking

All payments must be made in the name of the EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND.

The employer is required to write down the employer's reference number and contribution month at the back of the postal order, money order, cheque or banker's cheque.

Should the payment made via internet banking, the employer must open an account at any banks as per Table A: List of appointed bank agents for internet banking.

Where Can Contributions Be Paid?

Employers can make contribution payment (Form A) and other payments at any EPF Branch. Payments can also be sent via post to EPF Branch.

Contribution payment (Form A) together with interest and dividend for overdue contribution payment can be made through at any of appointed banks agents as stated below:

Table A: List of appointed bank agents for internet banking

  1. Public Bank Bhd
  2. CIMB Bank
  3. Maybank Berhad
  4. Hong Leong Bank
  5. Citibank
  6. Alliance Bank
  7. Affin Islamic
  8. RHB Islamic
  9. UOB Bank
  10. OCBC Bank
  11. Deutsche Bank
  12. Ambank
  13. Kuwait Finance House
  14. Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (BIMB)
  15. HSBC Bank

Payment can be made at any bank branches together with the prescribed forms.

Table B: List of appointed bank agents for over bank counter

  1. Public Bank Bhd
  2. RHB Bank Berhad
  3. Maybank Berhad
  4. Bank Simpanan Nasional

Payment Channel

Payment can be made via the channels below:

Payment Channel EPF Receipting Counter (State Capital/ Shah Alam/ Muar) Bank Agent Mel Internet Contribution Payment Kiosk

Payment Method

  1. Cash*
  2. Postal Order
  3. Money Order
  4. Cheque
  5. Banker's cheque
  1. Cash
  2. Cheque
  3. Banker's cheque
  1. Cheque
  2. Postal Order
Fund transfer via electronic. Cheque only

Payment Receipt

Official receipt (EPF 30) will be issued when payments are receipted by EPF.

Payment credited slip will be treated as official payment receipt.

Official receipt will be sent to employer upon receipting of the payment by EPF.

The EPF will not issue a receipt.  However, employers are advised to keep the payment transaction slip issued by the related bank's website upon completion of transaction. Cheque Deposit Slip

Note:
* Contribution payment via cash at EPF receipting counter is accepted up to 3.00 pm only and limited to RM5,000 for every transaction

Click here
to obtain the list of EPF Counters and Payment Functions

 

Updated: 5 December 2013