I changed my job in june 2013 and got my PF account transferred to the new employer in sep 2013. But interest is not credited for this transferred amount in march 2014. Kindly clarify
From India, Chennai

Dear Mr Sowanan,
How you are saying PF Interest amount is not credited in your PF account? Are you having any record evidence?
If you have not having any record evidence, log in Epfo (Govt. of India) => EPFO - UAN SERVICES {Available Top Right Corner} =>For Members=>UAN Member Portal =>Know your UAN Status {Available Top Left Corner} => Submit your PF details=> You can know your UAN.
Then Epfo (Govt. of India) => EPFO - UAN SERVICES {Available Top Right Corner} =>For Members=>UAN Member Portal=>Activate your UAN=>
If you have complete the above process, your may download your PF pass book, their you may knows all the details regarding PF transfer & PF Interest details for the FY 2013-2014.

From India, Delhi
Thanks for your quick reply. I have already activated the UAN and can download my pass book.
Details as below
Transferred amount under employee contrbn in Jan 2014 : 209278
Transferred amount under employer contrbn in jan 2014 : 158461
Eventhough the actual transfer has happend in sep 2013, passbook is showing approved date as jan 2014
Contribution during year 2013-14 : 48968 (employee) & 44640 (employer)
Interest paid in march 2014 : 5852 (EE) & 4630 (ER)

From India, Chennai
I have the same issue. I applied for PF transfer from previous company in Sep 2013, and it transferred in Jan 2014 and the interest transfer was in Apr 2014. Now after that My corpus became roughly 6.5lakh (employee) + 6 lakh (employer). But the interest I received in March 2015 was merely 9000 + 9000 which is commensurate witht he new company's PF contributions. But I have not got any interest on this bigger amount of Rs 12.5 lakh for a full year. It must have been around 1 lakh , but it is not showing credited in the UAN passbook.
Please guide.

From India, Pune
you would have received the interest amount (subsequent to the transfer) in the month of Mar or Apr next year. However, although you would have got the interest (of the previous company) in the current year (Mar or Apr), the entry for the same would be seen in the month when the actual transfer would have occurred (which means the entry would be there in the previous year itself). Check it out from your passbook.
Another way to check the same is by pulling out form 23 for that particular year which will clearly show what you had in each of your accounts and how much interest was added.
Try it out and revert in case you are able to trace it out.
Good Luck, A.B.

From India, Mumbai

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