Know how much balance you have in your EPF Account? Here are ways to do it online

Want to know your EPF balance? There are several ways you can do so- by visiting EPFO ​​website, Umang App, and more. Check the step-by-step guide here.

As soon as you start earning, you start contributing a part of your salary towards your Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) account, in order to ensure a fixed amount of income after retirement. It can be known that EPF is a retirement saving scheme offered by the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO). Under the scheme, every month a certain amount is being deducted from your salary and is being transferred to the EPF account. If you have been contributing to the scheme and want to know the balance, then here are the ways you can check the same.

It can also be known that, you also get a specific rate of interest each year on your contributions towards the EPF scheme. The PF balance can be checked online by visiting the official website of EPFO, Umang App, via SMS, or via a missed call. Here is the step-by-step guide to let you know how you can check your PF balance in simple ways.

How to check PF balance via EPFO ​​portal

How to check PF balance via Umang App

For checking PF Balance via Umang App, you will first have to download the app and then log in by entering your UAN and OTP (one-time password) to check the PF account balance.

How to check PF balance via SMS service

You can check your PF balance by sending a text message (SMS) to 7738299899 by typing ‘EPFOHO UAN ENG’ using your registered mobile number with the UAN (Universal Account Number).

It can be noted that the last three digits of the message represents the language in which you want to receive the message. This service is provided in nine languages ​​including Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Punjabi, Telugu and Malayalam.

How to check PF balance via Missed call

Registered users can give a missed call to 011-22901406 from their UAN registered mobile number after which they will receive an SMS with details of the PF account balance.