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PF Balance Check:

Employee Provident Fund (EPF) and PF Balance Check acts as a saving tool for the employees. The employee and the employer contribute an equal amount towards savings that can be availed upon retirement or after switching jobs.

You can now check your EPF balance via SMS, by giving a missed call, via the EPFO app, and the EPFO portal.

By allowing employees to access the EPF balance, they can easily:

  1.  Plan their expenses well
  2. Avail a loan against their EPF balance
  3. Check the status of their PF balance

Universal Account Number or UAN  is unique for all the employees enrolled under the EPF scheme. A UAN number is allotted by the Employee Provident Fund Organization (EPFO).  All employees should have only one UAN during their working life irrespective of the companies they change.

You can inquire about your PF by giving a missed call to the authorised phone from your registered mobile number. This service is only available upon the integration of your UAN with your KYC details. If you are unable to do this, you can take the help of your employer.

To check your PF Balance Check, make sure that the employer has activated your UAN number.

You can also check your EPF balance by downloading the “m-sewa app of EPFO” from the Google Play Store.

Step 1: Once the app is downloaded, click on ‘Member’ and then go to ‘Balance/Passbook’.

Step 2: Afterwards, enter your UAN and registered mobile number.

The system will verify your mobile number against your UAN. If all the details check out, you can view your updated EPF balance details. In case of a mismatch,  it will display an error.

Employee Provident Fund – EPF Contribution & PF Balance Check

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