$200 top-up for 540,000 young S'poreans in Edusave, Post-Secondary Education Account

29/4/2022 6:17:00 AM

$200 top-up for 540,000 young S'poreans in Edusave, Post-Secondary Education Account

https://str.sg/w8yASINGAPORE - About 540,000 Singaporeans aged seven to 20 this year will each receive a one-off top-up of $200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) in May."The top-up is part of theHousehold Support Package announced at Budget 2022

to provide families with additional support for their children's education-related expenses, and is in addition to the annual Edusave contribution that the Government makes," said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ministry of Finance in a joint statement on Friday (April 29).

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More than 500,000 young Singaporeans to receive S$200 Edusave or PSEA top-upSINGAPORE: About 540,000 Singaporeans aged between seven and 20 in 2022 will each receive a one-off top-up of S$200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) next month. “This top-up is part of the

More than 500,000 young Singaporeans to receive S$200 Edusave or PSEA top-upSINGAPORE: About 540,000 Singaporeans aged between seven and 20 in 2022 will each receive a one-off top-up of S$200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) next month. “This top-up is part of the

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Copy to clipboard https://str.SINGAPORE: About 540,000 Singaporeans aged between seven and 20 in 2022 will each receive a one-off top-up of S$200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) next month.SINGAPORE: About 540,000 Singaporeans aged between seven and 20 in 2022 will each receive a one-off top-up of S$200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) next month.Read now Please verify your e-mail to read this subscriber-only article in full The gift link for this subscriber-only article has expired.

sg/w8yA SINGAPORE - About 540,000 Singaporeans aged seven to 20 this year will each receive a one-off top-up of $200 to their Edusave account or Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) in May. "The top-up is part of the Household Support Package announced at Budget 2022 to provide families with additional support for their children's education-related expenses, and is in addition to the annual Edusave contribution that the Government makes," said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ministry of Finance in a joint statement on Friday (April 29). It is in addition to the annual Edusave contribution that the Government makes. Unveiled by Finance Minister Lawrence Wong during his Budget speech in Parliament in February, the $560 million package aims to help Singaporean families to manage pressures of the cost of living by providing support through utilities rebates, top-ups of children's education accounts and vouchers for use at heartland shops and hawkers. Edusave and PSEA funds can be used to pay for approved fees and enrichment programmes. Funds in the Edusave account and PSEA can be used to pay for approved fees and enrichment programmes. The top-ups will be credited directly into Edusave accounts and PSEAs by the end of May, with no action required from recipients. The top-up will be credited directly into recipients' Edusave account or PSEA by the end of May, said the ministries.99/month for the first 3 months.

No action is required from recipients. Parents without the SingPass app will be notified through SMS. Parents without the SingPass app will be notified through SMS. The ministries added that parents of eligible recipients will receive e-notifications via their SingPass app, informing them of the successful top-up by end-May. Meanwhile, parents without the SingPass app will be notified through SMS. More information on the Edusave account and PSEA is available at .