I held a PF account in a company A, then a created a new account when a joined company B. After four years I joined company C, where I moved my PF account from Company B to C. Can I also move company A's PF account that I have left open to C? Please help.
From India, Chennai
I Held a PF Account In a Company A. Then I Created a New Account When I Joined Company B. After Four Years I Joined Company C, Where I Moved My PF Account From Company B To C. Can I also Move Company A's PF Account, that I have left open to C? Please Help.
From India, Chennai
Hello Lokapriyabalaji,
YES, you can transfer your PF from any number of previous establishments (that you would have worked before) to your current PF account. The good thing is that you can do it online now. Let me know if you have any further queries.
Cheers

From India, Mumbai
As per my knowledge you can’t have two PF account. Just make sure this with company B they must be using your old details to convert your A pf account B PF account
From India, Nasik
Hi Lokapriya Balaji,
You can transfer one PF account (B to C), as for the old one with company A, you may claim it.
Else: you can submit two separate forms (form 13), one to A and the other to B through C, after allotment of a new pf a/c in new company C, to be on safer side enclose 3A (is a PF settlement form) of both A and B companies along with form 13
regards
SP Singh

From India, Madras
Hi sir , Am Working as Assistant Hr My question is ,What is the new PF slab for employees and employer .please send all details
From India, Bangalore
Since EPFO is issuing UAN,,,,it is not advisable to have more than one PF number hence transfer to funds in old PF a/c to latest...
From India, Chandigarh
You can transfer your both the older pf fund in third pf account by filling two form-13 for both the older pf account.
From India, Patna

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