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How To Check EPF (Employee Provident Fund) Balance Online ?

Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is an organisation came into existence in 1952, following the Employees’ Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions Act (EPF & MP Act), 1952. Under this rule all the workers whose emoluments exceed Rs.6,500 per month have an option to join the EPFO.

All the organisation need to register with EPFO as per the rule .

How To Check the PF (Provident Fund) Balance online ?

Here is the step by step process to check

the PF balance online, follow these :

1. Initially one need to have following details to check the status of their PF online

  • Establishment Code
  • Esst Extensions
  • Employee Number
2. Go To the PF Online link HERE
 
3. if you don’t remember your PF status code or employer establishment code online Just check it here
 
4. Enter your PF details Click submit and you will get the details of your PF account
 
IMPORTANT LINKS EPFO STATUS

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2 comments

  1. Mai dominos pizza me work karta ho.meri employ coad 135346 hai.aur mai delhi prashant vihar store me work karta ho.aur meri d.o.j.22 july 20111 hai.so please mera pf account ka details send kar dijiye.my ph. No.9312513834 hai…

  2. Can you help me how to find EPF amount.in bangalore?

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