Find out how much money is in your PF account by calling Miss,
Missed call 011-22901406 from mobile number registered in PF account. Information about PF amount can also be obtained online or by SMS.In difficult times, people always withdraw money from their Provident Fund (PF). You may have noticed that most people withdrew money from their PF funds when many people lost their jobs during the Corona period. But there are also many people who do not have special knowledge about their PF account.
Every employee and company employed has to deposit the amount of PF in EPFO. The amount deducted from your salary each month is what most employees take after retirement. But when changing jobs or transferring EPF money, people do not know how much money is in their account. Then there are many changes in the new financial year, in which you should also check your PF balance. There are many ways to check PF. One of them is Miss Call. The EPFO has released a number for it. Apart from that, information about the amount of PF can also be obtained online or by SMS.
Call this number to miss a call
You can find out your PF balance just by making a miss call. For that you have to make a miss call on 011-22901406 from the mobile number registered in the PF account. You will then receive a message informing you of the PF money in your account. The message also states PF Number, Name, Date of Birth, EPF Balance along with last deposit amount.
To check EPF balance via SMS you will have to send a message to 7738299899 from your registered mobile number. SMS to EPFOHO UAN ENG and message to 7738299899. The first three characters of ENG indicate that you need information in the language. The messaging facility is available in English as well as Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali. There are different codes for different languages. Which is as follows 1. No code for English 2. Hindi-HIN 3.Punjabi - PUN 4.Gujarati - GUJ 5.Marathi - MAR 6.Kannad - KAN 7.Telugu - TEL 8.Tamil - TAM 9.Malayalam - MAL 10. Bengali - BEN
The tax rule on PF interest has been changed from April 1
Employee Provident Fund i.e. EPF and Voluntary Provident Fund (VPF) If an employee contributes more than Rs. 2.5 lakhs in a financial year, the interest earned on an amount above Rs. 2.5 lakhs will be considered taxable. Now up to 2.5 lakh investments in EPF in a financial year will be tax free. Private sector employees will be able to invest up to Rs 2.5 lakh and government employees up to Rs 5 lakh tax free.
Notis-This information is taken from a newspaper. Before you take this information, testify to the witness. If there is any fraud, we will not answer
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