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Recently I came to understand that 8.33% of employer contribution goes into EPS. Now, my question is I had worked for 1 year in my previous organisation and opted to withdraw my pf balance after leaving job. I joined new org after some 5 6 months and got new pf account. My question is what happened to the 8.33% contributed account? Did I get it when I opted to withdraw or not? I don't have any clue about what happened to it.
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Dear friend, As service in EPS is more than 6 moths, you may get withdrawal benefit by submitting Form 10 - C. Abbas.P.S
Thank for the response. I've submitted pf withdrawal from which I got from company, I'm not sure form 10c or which form it was. Do we generally claim it separately or its done along with pf withdrawal procedure.
Pls read through the link below abt is the contribution made by employer @8.33% towards pension scheme.While 3.67% is towards EPF. One has to be eligible to get the eps amount that is pension.However if you have UAN number your eps amount will be carried forward in continuation if you link through your old and new pf accounts.
Pls ref the link to know more - EPF Pension or Employee Pension Scheme (EPS) Rules
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