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Can we transfer our previous pension amount to our new PF account & what is the procedure?
From India, Pune
Yes, PF transfer from previous to present account very eassy.
Transfer can be completed in case of 01 UAN or Double UAN.
First- you Complete your KYC at your UAN portal.
Secondly-Fill-up F-13 and supporting paper attached **Aadhaar,***PAN,****Bank Pass Book.
****Form-5 from previous Company and F-5 signed by Previous Employer.
Lastly F-13 with above papers submitted to EPFO.
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From India, Gangtok
Dear sir,
i am doing the service in private sector my old pf transferred to new pf a/c but pension amount is not transferring actually i have done less than 2 years service with my previous employment my PF amount (12%) & employer pf amount ( 3.67% ) has been transferred but pension ( 8.37/%) not transferred through online also i have submitted form no.13 physically to EPFO with supporting but not transferred so what should i do to transfer my old pension to new A/C
also my one friend is doing job he has done service more than 10 year in his previous employment that time got PF amount & got pension certificate from EPFO to him he want to transfer his old pension to new PF account & he is facing same problem.so pls guide.
Regards,
Rahul

From India, Pune
Mr. Rahul.
Your question is very easy. There is no provision to EPS in EPO.
So don't worry. Atomically your service history transfer has been transferred from Old to New.
For Your friend- now he will hold his pension certificate and at the age of 58 years submit the certificate through his present / previous employer though Form 10D.
Thanks,
D.Pal

From India, Gangtok
thank you very much for your reply
From India, Pune
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