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Here are 4 ways to check PF Balance –Online, SMS, Missed Calls, Umang App | Personal Finance News

Here are 4 ways to check PF Balance –Online, SMS, Missed Calls, Umang App | Personal Finance News
Written by Arindam
Here are 4 ways to check PF Balance –Online, SMS, Missed Calls, Umang App | Personal Finance News

New Delhi: EPF is a statutory body Central Board of Trustees had in March this year slashed the interest rate on employee provident fund deposits to a four-decade low. Interest Rates on EPF was reduced to 8.1 percent for the fiscal year 2021-22, down from 8.5 percent the previous year.
 
On employee deposits to their retirement fund, this is the lowest interest rate since 1977-78. EPFO announces the PF interest rate every year.

PF subscribers can check their PF Balance from the comfort of home using four different ways –check PF balance using SMS, online, missed call and UMANG App.

Know how to check EPF account balance ONLINE

Log on to epfindia.gov.in 
Feed in your UAN number, password and captcha code 
Click on the e-Passbook
Once you file all the details, you will land up on a new page
Now open member id 
Now you can see the total EPF balance in your account

How to check EPF balance through UMANG App 

Open the UMANG App
Click on EPFO. 
Click on Employee Centric Services
Click on the View Passbook option 
Feed in your UAN number and password
You will get OTP on your registered mobile number
Now you can now check your EPF balance

How to check EPF balance through SMS

Apart from the mobile number, the members registered on the UAN portal may get their PF details by sending an SMS from their registered mobile numbers. For this, you are required to SMS ‘EPFOHO UAN’ to 7738299899.

How to check EPF balance through MISSED Call

EPFO subscribers, registered on the UAN portal, may get their PF details available with the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation by giving a missed call at 011-22901406 from their mobile number registered with UAN.

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