Beware of scam calls and scam messages impersonating as CPF officers asking for your personal details. Ignore them and do not share your Singpass ID/password or banking details with anyone. CPF officers will NOT ask for your Singpass, banking userid or password.

Scheduled Maintenance: CPF digital services will not be available on 3 Jul 2022, from 12am to 10am.

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View personal CPF information and transactions for retirement, home ownership, healthcare, and more.

CPF overview

CPF empowers you to secure your life goals. Save for retirement, home ownership, and healthcare protection.

Growing your savings

For greater peace of mind in your golden years, CPF provides you with a strong foundation for retirement by helping you save for your retirement income, home ownership and healthcare needs.

Retirement income

Build a strong foundation for your retirement and get more from what you save in your golden years.

Home ownership

Owning a home can be affordable. Take care of your mortgage repayment, while protecting your retirement nest egg.

Healthcare financing

Learn how CPF can give you peace of mind to manage your basic healthcare sum and meet the costs of your healthcare needs.

Account services

Throughout your working life and in retirement, you can easily access your CPF account information using Singpass. To better manage your CPF savings, keep up with the latest news by having your contact details updated and subscribe to our email notifications.

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What is the CPF Education Loan Scheme?

The CPF Education Loan Scheme is a loan scheme which allows you to use your Ordinary Account (OA) savings to pay for your own, children’s or spouse’s subsidised tuition fees. Applications to use CPF savings to pay for your sibling’s or relative’s subsidised tuition fees will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Only full-time subsidised diploma​​/degree courses at Approved Educational Institutions (AEIs) are covered under this scheme. The student would need to start repaying the principal amount withdrawn plus the accrued interest in cash to your CPF account, one year after graduation or termination of studies, whichever is earlier.

If the institution or course does not fall under this scheme, you and the student can consider taking up a loan with the commercial banks or approaching the institution for other financial assistance options.