Singaporeans Can Now Check Their CPF Balances In Four Languages

Singaporeans Can Now Check Their CPF Balances In Four Languages

Singaporeans can now check their Central Provident Fund (CPF) balances in the country’s four main languages: English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil.

When users log into their account and arrive on “My CPF Homepage,” they will see a box stating “[TRIAL]: Translated CPF Information”. If the user clicks on the “Start” button, a tab for each language will appear. The user can click on any tab to translate the page accordingly.

Users can also apply for Enhancement for Active Seniors (EASE) improvements in their HDB flats.

By the end of the year, the National Healthcare Group’s Polyclinics will also allow patients to make medical appointments online.

In a Facebook post, Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan shared this is part of a move to redesign government services to be “simpler, more intuitive, and more accessible for all citizens”.

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