If you’ve worked at anywhere, even for a short period of time, chances are you have collected EPF money from your employer. While this money may come useful when you retire, you may also withdraw it for other important purposes.
PTPTN borrowers who are affected by pandemic can choose to withdraw their EPF to pay their loans. The application only takes you less than 10 minutes, and you can do it without having to leave your house.
Here are the 6 simple steps on how you can apply to pay back PTPTN with EPF money.
Step 1: Log in at secure.kwsp.gov.my/member/member/login, click on Withdrawal tab.
Step 2: Click on “New Application”
Step 3: At “New Withdrawal Application”, select “Education”
Step 4: At “Member Information and Eligible Amount”, fill up applicable details, such as Contact Information and Withdrawal Information, such as Student ID, Student Loan Number, and amount you desired.
Step 5: Check your “Withdrawal Summary” before submit
Step 5: Once it’s approved, you will received SMS notification for identity verification at EPF office
Step 6: Schedule an appointment at Janji Temu Online and visit the selected EPF office to verify your thumbprint.
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