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ALL ABOUT EPF Voluntary Contribution (Self-Contribution)

ALL ABOUT EPF Voluntary Contribution (Self-Contribution)

Is EPF allow self-contribution?

Any term & condition I need to fulfill?


  • Must be a Malaysian citizen
  • Must be a Registered EPF Member


Simple Step for Self-Contribution?

  • Fill-in Self-Contribution Form- KWSP 6A(1)
  • Payment through internet banking, cash, bank draft or cheque.


Payment Method and Channel

1. Internet Banking

Online transfer:

  • Maybank
  • Public Bank
  • CIMB
  • Kuwait Finance House
  • RHB
  • Bank Muamalat
  • Bank Islam

2. Bank Agent Counters

  • BSN
  • Maybank
  • Public Bank

3. Registered Bank Agent

  • Bank Agent (EB) BSN

4. Cash 

  • Cash (RM500 maximum)/cheque at all EPF counters in state capital


Payment Limit

MIN- No Limit

MAX- RM60,000 yearly for all Voluntary Contribution

(Self Contribution, i-Saraan, i-Suri, Top-up Savings Contribution - effective January 2013)



Q1. “I am expatriate / foreign worker with Malaysia work permit , can I do self-contribution? ”

No, you can’t!


Q2. “If I am a salaries employee, can I still make a self-contribution? ”

Yes, you can!



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