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Shanaya Mehta

Can anyone give me the web site for checking my balance in my PF account online.I am registered with EPFO Mumbai.

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Sharadvishwakarma

how i can get my pf account current balance

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ambrish.p

Mr. Sharad. Kumar

 

Welcome to RTI India - Complete Online Community Portal for Right to Information

 

In future please post new thread for your queries.

 

please see the link given below

 

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/9010-check-provident-fund-account-status.html

 

Revert back if you still have any doubts, members will definately help you out .

regards

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onlyforpal

I have a pf account I want to check my pf account . please help me to do this.

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suresh k shamachar

hi kushal, my pf acount no is MH/46820/1588. MAY I KNOW MY BALANCE PLZ?

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suresh k shamachar

Can anyone give me the web site for checking my balance in my PF account online.I am registered with EPFO Mumbai

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ambrish.p

Suresh ji

 

There is no way at present to check your balance online.Only few PF offices [reportedly Pune & Regional offices] have started this online facility for balance enquiry.

 

For details please see the blog/s of JPS 50 Sir & Taurus Sir on PF

 

RTI India - EPF - transfer or withdraw.

 

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/76-how-know-provident-fund-status-through-rti.html

 

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/33-how-apply-under-right-information-getting-information-regarding-your-provident-fund.html

 

Possibly this info will be of good help to you.

 

regards

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mrinmay

Please inform me How to check online PF status

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KISHORE CHAKRABORTY

Hi My self Kishore Chakraborty, working with Logistics company. I have changed two company in two years.Now I wants to know the status of my PF Balance/Status

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atulagarkar

I have tried to access the epfindia website to know the current balance, but unable to get the information. Please guide me regarding this issue

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samirjariwala

my claim id:srsrt 110500002334 & member id: sr/srt/0033897/000/0000180

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satyapf

How to check of balance in provident fund account. please give me the advice.please reply and how to check it.

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krishnan kalidas

I have retired and I have my pf account numbers. how to find out my balance and how much i will be reciving thru employers and employees contribution pl help me out on this

 

I want to know my P F dues on account of my employers and employees contribution how to get the details I have the PF account numbers with me Pl let me know

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dave pravin

I want to know my last company pf name pravin dave

pf code no - GJ / RJT / 42317 / 256

location no - gandhidham

company woco motherson advanced rubber tech.ltd

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ganpat1956

Please refer to the link given in post # 16.

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anwarashiya

hello everybody.........

u ppl can help me yaar..

plz tell me how can I track my pf account?????

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mentor_tips

Very useful link...got to know my PF balances of past 4 companies immediately through SMS. Check yours:

http: // govt-links .blogspot. com/2011/10/pf-balance-check-pf-balance .html

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Other Useful links:

"http:// govt-links.blogspot.com /2011/10/step-wise-guide-to-check-pf-balance.html

"http:// govt-links. blogspot.com/2011/10/ understand-your-pf-number-extract.html"

http://govt-links .blogspot.com /2011/10/what-is-ee-and-er.html

 

Cheers!

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meena_alexin

Good Evening All,

 

Can anyone please help me what " HIL EPF TRUST" means. What are the companies that are tied up under that TRUST.

 

I also do know how to check PF Status in PF Links as there are many boxes like " Establishment Code",Extension Code, Can anyone give us an Example , how to check PF thru online.

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ganpat1956

Please go through the links given in post # 16 to know about PF balances. HIL probably is the abbreviation for the private company or group that it represents.

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mentor_tips

Thank you Ganpatjee..I will refrain from doing so in future...Could you please re-format comment#22, the link mentioned is currently broken when this post was moved.

 

Thanks,

Sweta

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