What Happens To EPS (Employee Pension Scheme) Money After EPF (Employee Provident Fund) Transfer To New Employer? - CiteHR
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Hi, I have worked in 3 different companies. In my fisrt job, My salary slip shoes contribution to EPS. I left that job for Higher Education and withdrew my PF. In my second Job also some contributions were made to EPS were I worked almost 3.8 years. In my current job there is no EPS scheme we are entitled for. Also when I transfred my PF to my current employer from previous one my Employer, the amount which was transfered is less in Employer share due to EPS contirbution. So my questions is where is my EPS money from first and second employer. Where can I find information for that?
Dear Ajay,, First collect your pension account number from the employers and enquire with the respective Sub Regional PF Commissioners' Offices. Abbas.P.S
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