One of the World’s largest Social Security Organisations, The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has begun the process of crediting interest for 2021-2 from October 31, Monday.
Responding to a tweet on delay, EPFO said, “The process of crediting interest is ongoing and it will get reflected into your account soon. Whenever the interest is credited, it will be paid in full. There will be no loss of interest.”
The process of crediting interest is ongoing and it will get reflected into your account soon. Whenever the interest is credited, it will be paid in full. There will be no loss of interest.— EPFO (@socialepfo) October 31, 2022
The government has already approved an 8.1 per cent interest on EPF deposits for the 2021-22 fiscal ended March 31 to over 5 crore subscribers.
The Process to Check Your PF Balance:
- You can access your PF passbook online, through the EPFO member portal.
- Umang app: The app allows users to see their EPF passbook, submit claims, and track their claims. The process of using the Umang app download the app first, then get started by entering your phone number and completing a one-time registration.
- Sending a text message ‘EPFOHO UAN ENG’ to 7738299899, giving a missed call at 9966044425.
Steps to check PF balance online through the EPFO member portal.
Step 1: PF members can visit the EPFO’s official website. Followed by the ‘Our Services’ tab.
Step 2: In the next step select the ‘For Employees’ option.
Step 3: Post this a new page opens, the member should click on ‘Member Passbook’ and enter the UAN and password.
Step 4: Once the passbook opens it will reflect the contributions and the interest earned.