Saini.rajwant
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dear all i got my first epf slip. it shows employee’s share 18255 but employer’s share 5593. does it included the interest also. pls help how to read it sanjeev
From India, Faridabad
Dear Sanjay
The PF slip always shows the employee's contribution as 12% but employer's contributions will be shown as 3.67%. Please check the calculations based on your salary slip. The reason for doing this is that 8.33% employer's contribution goes to pension fund which is not shown in the calculations. You can confirm this fact from the covering letter that your company has received alongwith the PF slips from the PF Department. Dont worry, it is correct and normal practice of PF department.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sanjay... Your question is correct. You see the back side of EPF Slip. They are mentioned in detailed. Pls. go through it. Your doubt will be cleared. Thanks & Regards.. Bhoopathi. J HR Dept.
From India, Madras
Dear Friends!
I worked in Public limited company (head office in Bangalore, my work place in chennai) for 1 and half year after that they asked me to resigned the job during recession period 2009 and i did.
I have not claimed the PF is it possible to withdraw the PF money now ?
and how to see my claim amount online?
Please guide me!
thanks in advance
Regards
Shariff

From India, Madras
Dear Shariff,
Yes, you can still claim it.
You can fill Form 19& 10C, sign it and request your Chennai office to submit it to the pF trust along with your 6A.
You can also check your claim status in the below link
EMPLOYEES' PROVIDENT FUND ORGANISATION, Regional Office, Chennai Region & Puducherry
EPFO
Thanks
Nalini


Manish gadre ji As you have explained that 8.33% goes to pension fund, but if someone want to withdraw his/her PF will he get whole amount.
From India, Phagwara
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