Dear Kishore... Present;y you can not find your p.F. Account details through online. The P.F. Department is not an online firm. The only option to find out your present balance is through annual Account slips issued by the P.F.Department to all its account holders( P.F. Members/Individual employees. I suggest you to plz.meet the concerned dealing assistant of your P.F. Office for further account details, if you don't have annual account slips
If you have with the SSN card which is being issued to every PF subscribers of all regions, then with this card in hand you can visit the www.epfindia.com… website and search your account status by putting the number provided in the SSN Card. so ty to get this card at the eariest. In so many regions provident fund deptt. has stopped sending annual account statements - which they prepared self, now they demanding Pf entry feeed in dbase format every year and to submit it to the PF deptt. for data consolidation and to provide the group statement for the company/unit/organisation.
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hi , Atpresent there is no option to check it in online.The only option is to go to the PF office in person and collect it or else u can post ur greivances to the website:http://epfindia.nic.in/grievance.ht… The best is contact ur human resource dept.as they have ur annaula statement every year .You can have a view your annual balance.
IT IS NOT POSSBILE TO CHEK IT ONLINE AT PRESENT. You can contact your HR dept.since they are sending annual accounts to PF office they will have accumulated list. Moreover, pf office will send annual account slips every year(ended with February of every year) through employer for each employee - you can know the status from this. Or you can contact the PRO of pf office wherein your office pf account is maintained, He will guide you
The Employee’s Provident Fund (EPF) or KWSP has launched a campaign to encourage the members to check their EPF account statement every now and then.
The move is necessary to ensure that all transactions are in order and that your employer has not been violating the law by ignoring the EPF contribution as well as not making the deduction on time.
For employees working in the private sector and those working under non-pensionable scheme, EPF is a statutory compulsory contribution, and the employer shoulders the obligation to process the monthly deduction.
The EPF statement can be obtained in the nearest EPF office, either from the counter or the smart EPF kiosks which are placed in most EPF branches and a selection of major bank branches such as CIMB and Ambank. The smart kiosks, which is a self-service machine, provides a faster, and a more convenient method of checking. Transacting with the kiosk only requires the user to bring along his or her identity card (IC), and the biometric security system that requires electronic thumb print identification also provides a safe dealing passage.
However, the most convenient way comes in the form of i-Account, where the EPF members can easily access their EPF account and review their yearly or current statement online, at the comfort of their home. Through the statement, important information such as transaction history, withdrawal qualification status, activity log, personal details and so on. The EPF account is divided into 2, namely Account 1 and Account 2, where Account 1 holds 70% of the total amount, whereas Account 2, which carries 30%, is the account that can be used concurrently for withdrawal and making down payment for your house, education and so on.
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