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Mosque Building and Mendaki Fund (MBMF)

 
Mosque Building & Mendaki Fund (MBMF) comprises the Mosque Building component, the Mendaki component and the Religious Education component:

i) The Mosque Building component is used to build new mosques, upgrade and redevelop current mosques.

ii) The Mendaki component is used to develop educational and social programmes to strengthen and uplift the Malay/Muslim families.

iii) The Religious Education component is used to support the current and future religious education needs of the Muslim community.

All working Muslim Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and foreigners are required to contribute to the MBMF according to the wage levels below:

Monthly Total Wages1
Monthly Contribution
(with effect from 1 March 2009)
Less than $1,0012
$2.00
$1,001 to $2,000
$3.50
$2,001 to $3,000
$5.00
$3,001 to $4,000
$12.50
$4,001 and above
$16.00
 
1Total wages refer to all remuneration in money due or granted to an employee in respect of his employment, including overtime pay, allowance (e.g. food, shift or transport allowances), commission and bonus.
 
2An employee whose wages for a particular month is $200 and below does not have to contribute to the Fund.

The prescribed amount will be deducted automatically from the wages of Muslim employees. If the employees wish to contribute a different amount or opt out, they have to obtain the relevant forms from MUIS and submit them to their employers for endorsement before returning them to MUIS.

 
 Last Updated on: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 5:24 PM
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