0 %

of Malaysians

say that their EPF savings

are not sufficient for retirement.

Retirement starts at

0

years

The average life expectancy is

0

years

That’s 15 years without

a job.
a stable monthly income.
a safety net.

Less than

10 Years

That’s how long almost 70% of Malaysians believe their EPF savings will last.

What’s worse,

50%

of Malaysian
Youths

Haven’t started ANY retirement planning.

Today,

of Malaysians cannot survive more than 3 months with their savings, if they lose their job.​

of Malaysians don’t save at all.

1 in 5
Malaysians spend more than they earn.

Today,
of Malaysians cannot survive more than 3 months with their savings, if they lose their job.
of Malaysians
don’t save at all.
1 in 5
Malaysians spend more than they earn.
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Think you’ll need less money when you retire? Think again.

“Malaysians aren’t prepared for retirement”

Today, a 55-year old
needs at least

RM240,000

in savings for a basic retirement

But

68% of EPF members
age 54 have less than

RM50,000 in savings.

And if retirement for you is 20 - 30 years in the future, with inflation,

you’ll need much more.

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*Statistics shown here are taken from the RinggitPlus Financial Literacy Survey 2020 and EPF (KWSP) Malaysia.

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