A provident fund is a financial security asset that serves as a stable and disciplined investment solution for employees’ post-retirement needs. Individuals make PF contributions on a regular basis throughout their employment, which can be withdrawn when they quit or during important events such as marriages and medical emergencies. EPF is an ideal investment solution for the working class in both the private and public sectors. The current wage ceiling for EPFO coverage is Rs.15,000 per month, which is likely to be increased in the coming days. You can now check your Employees’ Provident Fund EPF balance without having to visit the EPFO office. Send an SMS to EPF Balance Check Mobile Number the number provided below to check your balance. It is also possible to use the missed call feature. The SMS service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is supported in English as well as several regional languages.
- SMS must be sent from a registered mobile phone number.
- EPFO sends the member’s balance and most recent PF contribution, as well as KYC information.
- For first-time users, you must log in to the EPFO portal and provide information.
- In the SMS, type the first three letters of your preferred language in the format specified.
As previously stated, the EPF balance can be viewed online at the member’s website. However, what if you don’t have internet access and only have your phone in hand, but you desperately need to check your EPF balance? The EPFO has proposed a solution. It is simply a text message that allows you to check your EPF balance.
PF balance check missed call
Use your mobile phone to check your EPF balance, which does not require a UAN. You will need to use the EPFO’s Missed Call service for this. You simply need to dial 011-22901406 from your registered mobile number. The call is disconnected after two rings, and the user receives a message displaying the PF balance. Importantly, this service is free and can be accessed via non-smart phones as well. As an employee, you must ensure that your UAN is linked to your bank account, Aadhaar number, and PAN, and that your mobile number is linked and registered on the Unified Portal.