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Hi Everyone
Can anyone tell me what an employee can withdraw after his retirement
1) Employees Contribution ( 12% of basic)
2) Employees Contribution ( 12% of basic) + Employers contribution ( EPF )
3) Employees Contribution ( 12% of basic) + Employers contribution ( EPF ) + Employee pension Scheme ( EPS)

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Dear Ruphs,
You can withdraw Employee contribution (12%) and Employer contribution (12% - EPS). If your service is below 10 years, you can withdraw EPS amount also. Otherwise you have to avail pension.

Employee Contribution is 12% (EPF)
Employer Contribution is 3.67% (EPF)
Employer Contribution is 8.33% (EPS)
You can with draw PF Settlement thro Form 19 and EPS thro' Form 10C or Form 10D based on your work experience
Raj C

Dear Shri Abbas P.S.,
I agreed with your reply to Mr. Ruphs.
Towards PF-
A PF member can withdraw his accumulated PF contribution with interest thereon + Employer's accumulated contribution with interest thereon.
Towards EPS-
If member's service is below 10 years, he can withdraw EPS amount (i.e. as per rules) contributed by his employer also.
Otherwise member have to avail pension, as per rules.
Thanks with Regards,

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