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Hi I have planned to procure a flat for which i would want to withdraw my PF amount. I have completed 7 years of service in the this organzation and my total pf balance is around 3 lakhs (including both employee and employer contribution). Now is it possible for me to withdraw 2.5 lakhs from my account.
From India, Coimbatore
You will be able to withdraw For purchase of site: 24 month’s basic wages and DA/for purchase of house/flat/construction: 36 month’s basic wages and DA
Total of employee and employer share with interest
Total cost.
Whichever is least
I am attaching the complete information for your reference

From India, Bangalore

Attached Files
File Type: pdf PF Partial Withdrawal - Instructions_Form31.PDF (353.2 KB, 1584 views)

You should withdraw the PF amount only when you don’t have any job for more than 2 months and you are not going to get a job. According to the rules you can’t withdraw PF amount within 2 months of leaving the service. Although in certain condition you can get the PF amount immediately after leaving the job. Even, if situation arises you can take loan from the EPF account.
From India, Pune
I Have Planned To Procure A Flat For Which I Would Want To Withdraw My PF Amount. I Have Completed 7 Years Of Service In The This Organzation And My Total Pf Balance Is Around 3 Lakhs (Including Both Employee And Employer Contribution). Now Is It Possible For Me To Withdraw 2.5 Lakhs From My Account
From India, Pune
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