From "vicky.rohilya" : Hi all,
I am working as Contract Engineer in Govt. of India Enterprise Compnay since 4 Years. Every month 12% PF has been deducted from my salary and same amount has been contributed by employer. Now I want to take PF Loan from my PF Amount.
What is the procedure and rules for taking PF Loan.
Regards
(VIKAS JAIN)

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27th November 2007 From India, Indore

Hi,
Before five years you are not eligible to get a loan from PF. Also you get loan for specific purpose, mainly for self marriage or construction or repair of house etc. The loan amount you will ge is some % of your contribution. Companies contribution is not paid as loan.
For details ou can ask in your company's HR dept or nearest PF office.
Regards,
Harshad
27th November 2007 From India, Mumbai
i am working in an mnc...am i eligible to take loan fr repairing my flat?my job is permanent.how much loan i am eligible?
2ndly one of my aunt is government employee fr last 10 yrs, is she eligible fr loan against pf?pl. say its urgent..thank u..
14th July 2009 From India, Calcutta
YOU WILL BE GETTING 80% OF LOAN ON YOUR BALANCE, i.e ON CLOSING BALANCE OF UR A/C SLIP -UPTO FEB-09. 80% LOAN IS ONLY SANCTIONED IF YOU APPLIES FOR RENOVATION, CONSTRUCTION & PURCHASE OF FLAT.
14th July 2009 From India, Surat
Dear Vikas Please find attechment for your ready reference
14th July 2009 From India, Vadodara
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