I Want To No My Pf Balance And How To Apply - CiteHR
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My pf account no is:KA/MAL/MH/943/06/0000268 NAME: BHAVANI K My EPF Balance Status and how can I apply for it can you please no me
If you have UAN number then you can register to check the EPF balance. To claim its better to approach the company
Your question is not clear bhVani
First, it's a bad idea to give confidential information like pf number on and open forum.
But exactly what do you want to do ?
Most of the things related to this has been discussed many times on the forum and you will get the details simply by searching in the "research" option on the top of the site.

The simplest method to know your balance is to give a missed call from your registered number to 011-2290-1406 .
Also keep in mind:
1) If you go 2 months without employment, you are currently eligible to withdraw 100% of your PF balance
2) If you withdraw the PF balance before completing 5 years of service and if the PF settlement is equal to or exceeds Rs.30,000, you will be subject to a TDS of 10% with a PAN card and 34.608% without a PAN card at the time of settlement.
The withdrawal procedure, you can find here:
Get your Provident Fund UAN - A guide for employees

There are two easy ways to know your PF balance
1 - You can check your balance online by logging onto the EPFO website and filling the necessary details .
2 - You can give a missed call from your registered number and an SMS will be sent to you with your balance details
Here is the article i have referred to which has all details regarding how to check , transfer and withdraw your PF balance - https://quikchex.in/withdraw-provident-fund-balance/

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