EPF Interest Rate: Subscribers of Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) are waiting for the Employee Provident Fund money to be credited, but the money is yet to be received.
The money for the financial year 2021-22 was also delayed in the subscribers’ account, due to which this time also they are worried about when they will get the return. Subscribers are constantly asking questions about this from EPFO on Twitter. The answer has come from EPFO on this.
Why is the pf interest money stuck?
A user asked EPFO that by when will he get the PF money. To this EPFO replied that (CBT CENTRAL Board of Trustees) has fixed interest on EPF at the rate of 8.15% per annum for the financial year 2022-23. It will be notified after the approval of the Finance Ministry. After this, EPFO will send the interest money to the subscribers’ account.
How much interest money will be received on PF?
The Board CBT of Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) has increased the interest rate on EPF account from 8.10% to 8.15% for FY 2023. In March this year, EPFO had announced to fix interest rates at 8.15% for the financial year 2022-23.
How to check pf account money?
You can check the passbook of your PF account to see whether your interest money has come or not. You can either visit the official website of EPFO for this. Or you can also send the message ‘EPFOHO UAN ENG’ to the number 7738299899. 9966044425 is also a number on which PF balance can be checked by sending a missed call. Apart from this, PF account can also be accessed through UMANG app.
Check PF Balance Online (How to check EPF Balance Online)
Go to the official website of EPFO at epfindia.gov.in.
Click on the ‘Our Services’ tab. After this select the option of ‘For Employees’.
When the new page opens, you will have to click on ‘Member Passbook’. Here you have to enter your UAN (Universal Account Number) and password.
After this you will get passbook open. In this, you will see how much contribution has been made from your employer and your side and how much interest has been received on it. If your interest has been credited by EPFO, it will be reflected in it.