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flexi2pay app to help gig economy players manage financial activities

14th August, 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Self-employed individuals, freelancers and agents in the gig economy may now manage and keep track of their financial activities via the flexi2pay mobile application (app).

In a statement on Thursday, flexi2pay said the app was developed to help gig players manage their Employees Provident Fund (EPF), Social Security Organisation (SOCSO), income tax and Zakat payments.

The app would help gig economy players by simplifying, automating and computing their EPF retirement savings, SOCSO and income tax payments.

“Malaysia’s gig economy is growing rapidly, especially after the COVID-19 outbreak, as many have lost their jobs and have started operating their own business from home or take on freelance jobs to support themselves,” said flexi2pay founder and chief executive officer, Victor Phang.

The app can be downloaded via Google Play and App Store and is available in both free and paid versions to suit different requirements of self-employed individuals. –Bernama

   
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