Last updated : 01 Oct 2020    


Housewives can now opt in for the EPF contributions via our new special incentive under i-Suri. i-Suri is catered specially to ensure the wellbeing of housewives and acknowledge your contribution to your families and the development of the country.


  • Receive government contribution of RM200* in 2018,and RM480 per annum in the subsequent year
  • Contribute according to your own time and within
    your own financial ability and still be able to make withdrawals subject to established terms & conditions
  • Earn annual EPF dividend
  • Death Benefit: RM2,500

          ** subject to EPF terms and conditions


*The government will make a contribution of up to RM200 into the EPF account of eligible individuals who make a personal contribution during the period of August – December 2018 (subject to any prevailing rules). For the subsequent year, total contribution will amount up to RM480 annually.


Who Can Contribute



Husband to wife

Husband to eligible spouse



Malaysian Citizen


Below 60 years of age


Wife of Head of Household (HOH)/Female HOH 


Housewives who are registered in the National Database on Poverty (eKasih) as of 30 November 2019


Must contribute a minimum of RM5 per month or RM60 per annum into your EPF account

Payment Methods and Channels

Internet Banking
Bank Agent Counters
Registered Bank Agent EPF Counters 

Online transfer

  • Maybank
  • Public Bank
  • RHB Bank
  • Bank Muamalat
  • CIMB Bank
  • Bank Islam


  • BSN
  • Maybank
  • Public Bank
  • RHB Bank

Bank Agent (EB) BSN

Cash (RM500 maximum) / cheque at all EPF counters in state capital including KWSP Muar

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)

What You Need

  • MyKad
  • i-Suri Form - KWSP 16G (M) (Only for first time registration)