Bijay_majumdar
Freelancer In Hr &indirect Taxes For
Neena Jasrotia
Private Job
KK!HR
Management Consultancy

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I have worked for my employer for about 8 years 8 months (joined 1.11.2004 and left the job on 29.06.2013). Even after followups, I couldn't get my pension fund withdrawal. At the time I left my job, there was no UAN. Now after long followups of approx 5 years, I have my UAN number and account opened with EPFO through my employer. While exploring my account, I have found that my passbook is reflecting EPS contribution (I already have withdrawn the EPF) only for 15 months (March 2012 to July 2013) against my total service of 8 years 8 months. However, in my service History, my date of joining (EPF & EPS) and date of leaving (EPF and EPS) are mentioned correctly. Date of joining and leaving of FPS, is "NOT AVAILABLE".
Now, I want to know, that, if I initiate my withdrawal online:
* How much amount I will get (my last drawn basic salary was approx Rs 17,000 pm)
* How the, 15 month contribution (as reflected) will affect my withdrawal benefits
* How I can know, what my (last) salary has been reported by my employer, as i understand, it will affect my benefits
* I also want to understand/confirm that whether my ex-employer doing this deliberately to harass me, and if yes, what are the options available with me.
I understand that at the time I resigned, the PF accounts were managed by a trust. AFter leaving my job, I am working as consultant and not getting PF benefits. Requesting experts to provide guidance, regarding my issue.

From India, Azizpur
To clarify the position, there is no FPS after 1995 and it is only EPS thereafter. Since you started your career in 2004 your EPS contribution would have started alongwith PF. There is no escape from that statutory position.
Although you were drawing approx. 17,000/- your EPS contribution would have been based on a pensionable salary of Rs. 6500/- As per Pension scheme a person who has contributed for minimum 10 Years in EPF is eligible for pension after attaining age of 58 Yrs.
The formula for calculation of pension is Pensionable Salary X Pensionable Year /70.
But you are not fulfilling the criteria.

From India, Mumbai
Thanks KK!HR. I think, I couldn't explained my issue clearly. I am not looking for the calculation of the EPS, for which i am not eligible as I have not completed 10 years of service in that job. I want to withdraw the benefits and exit from the EPS scheme. I am looking for:
* How much amount I should get when I chose to withdraw benefits from EPS.
* How partial payment as reflected in my passbook will affect my withdrawal benefits

From India, Azizpur
As per old EPS Department of Rajasthan, they have transferred my EPS money to my new EPS(UAN) account but details of EPF/EPS joining date is showing of my new company, old records are not there.
How to get updated old company's EPF/EPS joining details in my new company, although EPS department forward me letter that they have transferred my EPS (completed 12 year in old co) to my new company.

From India, Delhi
Anonymous
Hi,
I have marked exit date for my employee as he is retired. But when he is applying online claim for monthly pension (form 10d), he is unable to do. Because an error is showing like "DOE against current employment is not available" at last after submitting otp also.
Can anyone please help me with this.
Kindly let us know whether we can mark exit for FPS for PF?

From India, Bengaluru
E en if an employee, puts exit date,It is the obligation of the employer to mark the exit and appro e it.
If the epf exit date is marked,and eps exit is not mentioned, put a basic detail change request.or raise a joint declaration form.
Even if the ,problem not solved,, approach epf office for help.
In case of epf trust, approach trust authority to settle your case.

From India, Vadodara
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