EPFO is likely to credit 8.5 per cent rate of interest for 2019-20 in the employees’ provident fund (EPF) accounts of around six crore subscribers in one go by the end of December, reported news agency PTI.
Earlier in September this year, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation had decided to split 8.5 per cent interest into two installments of 8.15 per cent and 0.35 per cent in its trustees meet headed by Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar.
Here are 4 ways you can check your PF balance:
Check EPF Balance via Umang App: With the Umang app, employees can access their EPF balance on their smartphones without any hassle. The Government introduced the Umang app to generate access to a range of government facilities. Using the app, you can access EPF Passbook, raise or track claims, and more.
Step 1 Download and install the Umang app on your mobile
Step 2 Launch the app and tap on ‘EPFO’
Step 3 Now tap on the ‘Employee Centric Services’ option
Step 4 Tap on ‘View Passbook’ to check your EPF balance
Step 5 Enter your UAN number and generate an OTP which will be sent to your registered mobile number
Step 6 Enter the OTP on the required field and tap ‘Login’
Step 7 Select the member ID of your company and track your EPF balance
Check EPF balance via EPFO Portal:
Step 1 Visit www.epfindia.gov.in and under the drop-down menu ‘Our Services’ click on For Employees’ option
Step 2 Now under the ‘Services’ section, click on ‘Member Passbook’
Step 3 You will be redirected to another page where you have to log in by using your UAN and password
Step 4 To check your EPF balance, select the ‘Member ID’ of the current employer……Read More>>