Employee Provident Fund (EPF) is a retirement benefits scheme available to salaried individuals, this article helps you see your EPF scheme’s balance. Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) oversees and manages funds. Any company with over 20 employees is required by law to register with EPFO.
Ways to check EPF Balance:
- Using EPFO Portal
- By giving a missed call
- By Sending an SMS
- Using the EPFO app
Step-by-step Process to check EPF balance using EPFO Portal
To check your EPF scheme balance through EPFO portal make sure that your employer has activated your UAN (Universal Account Number). Go to EPFO Portal
- Select the relevant options from the Menu:
Go to Our Services > For Employees
- From the Services page:
Click on Members Passbook
- In Memeber Passbook:
Enter your UAN, Password and Captcha to log in,
Additionally, you can check your balance once you log in.
Check EPF balance by Missed Call
This service is only available upon the integration of your UAN with your KYC details.
- Give a missed call to 011-22901406 from your registered mobile number.
- After placing a missed call, you will receive an SMS providing you with your PF details.
Check EPF balance using SMS
This retirement scheme is only available upon the integration of your UAN with your KYC details.
- Send an SMS to mobile number 7738299899.
- You need to send the message as EPFOHO UAN ENG.
Check EPF Balance using EPFO app
However, before downloading the EPFO app, make sure that your UAN is active.
- Download and open the EPFO mobile app or Umang Mobile app.
- Enter your UAN and registered mobile number to get EPF Balance.
Employee Provident Fund (EPF) is a retirement benefits scheme available to salaried individuals. Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) oversees and manages funds.
Click on My Account > the latest EPF statement. You can choose to save or print the statement. However, banks and financial institutions always require the latest EPF statement so you have to make sure that you have accessed the latest statement.
No, only a company with over 20 employees is required by law to register with EPFO. It is optional for companies with less than 20 employees.