EPF div­i­dend a big ‘ang pow’ for Chi­nese

New Straits Times - - LETTERS - THOMAS FOO Subang Jaya, Se­lan­gor

Prov­i­dent Fund con­trib­u­tors must give the firm’s man­age­ment a big hand for the 6.9 per cent div­i­dend for 2017.

This pay­ment will help con­trib­u­tors meet their ex­penses. It’s grand ang pow for Chi­nese con­trib­u­tors.

EPF is a safe haven to keep your money and en­joy div­i­dends.

I feel sad as I had used up my EPF money for my chil­dren’s educa­tion, but I am happy for those who kept their money in EPF and now reap the div­i­dends.

I hope peo­ple will try to keep their money in EPF and only with­draw it when nec­es­sary.

Peo­ple should not be taken in by schemes that prom­ise un­re­al­is­tic div­i­dends, like 30 per cent per year.

Try to put as much money as pos­si­ble in EPF as it is one safe in­sti­tu­tion for the money to gen­er­ate in­come.

Bravo to EPF for the fan­tas­tic div­i­dend of 6.9 per cent for last year and I hope the div­i­dend for this year will be good, too.


EPF’s div­i­dend pay­ment will help con­trib­u­tors meet their ex­penses.

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