Amith R Murthy
Hr Executive
Poojaahr
Service-hr
Pravin.p.badade
Timeoffice, Microsoft Office
Pascalge
Hr Executive
+1 Other

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Dear Sir/Madam,
I have a query wright now I am working in one of the companies at chennai,
And I am moving to some other company,Now I am in Notice Period and I do not want to continue my PF with another company I want to With Draw my PF Amount Can Any one help in this.
By using our PF number can we know the total amount in our PF account.
Waiting for u r Reply.:icon1:
Thanks
prasad

From India, Coimbatore
Hi, for withdraw your Provident Fund from previous company, you need to fill the form 10 C & Form 19. You have to take signature & contribution on form no 12A, from your previous employer.
You can check your Provident fund balance from Annual PF Slips, provided to employer by Provident Fund Office.
Regards
Pravin & Santosh

From India, Pune
Hi Prasad, Pravin had given a correct reply. Also want to tell u that you can apply for withdrawn of PF only after two months from date of leaving.
From India, New Delhi
Dear Prasad,
Yes you can certainly withdraw the PF amount by filling up Form 10 C and Form 19, but it can happen only after a minimum period of two months from your last date of working. For this ask your company HR he/she should help you out.
When it comes to knowing your balance amount you will certainly get to know from the Annual PF slips issued by PF depts which is called Form 23 or if you do have Social Security Number issued by your PF dept than you can visit www.epfindia.com and find out the amount.
All the best.........
Regards
Amith R.

From India, Bangalore
Hi pooja, Tell me the procedures for internal change.From one unit to another unit. Guide me .. Regards, Pascal
From India, Pondicherry
Dear Pascal, Are you asking for PF transfer from one of your unit to another unit. If not clarify the same. Regards Amith R.
From India, Bangalore
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