EPFO (Employment Provident Fund Organization) provided various ways to check our PROVIDENT FUND balance and to download the EPFO passbook statement so that employees don’t have to wait for the whole year just to know their PF Balance. User needs to be registered as an employee in EPFO to use various services offered by EPFO. A UAN number with password will be given to the user as login credentials once the user gets registered in EPFO. After successful registration and completion of his KYC the user can view his PF BALANCE and can download his EPF passbook statement anytime.
Note: Anyone who is working in an organization as an employee getting minimum a wage of 15000 per month can registered in EPFO (generally registration will be done by employer of the organization in which the employee works in).
Ways to check your PF BALANCE :
EPFO is offering the below 4 services for employees by using which we can check our pf balance
- EPFO website
Check your balance through UMANG android official EPFO app Check your balance through a missed call Check your balance through an SMS
EPFO Balance Check:
An employee who is registered in EPFO can check his PF BALANCE anytime by logging in to the EPFO employee portal. The employee should activate his UAN number to use this service. Once the employees UAN number is activated he can login to the EPFO employee portal by using the UAN and password.
Steps to check PF BALANCE THROUGH EPFO employee portal
- First of all visit EPFO employee portal (under ‘our services’ select ‘For Employees’)
- Scroll to services column and click on “Member Passbook”.
- On the next page, use your UAN number, password and captcha to login in to the EPFO employee portal
- On the next page, we will be able to check our EPF balance under the respective Member ID.
Check your balance through UMANG EPFO app:
EPFO has made its services available to the mobile phone users by means of an app called UMANG (Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance) which offers various services to its users and checking PF balance is one of its services. A one-time registration must be done using the member’s mobile number that has been registered with the UAN to have access to the app.
Below are the steps to check your pf balance using UMANG ANDROID app
- Open Play Store in your android mobile, download and install UMANG android app.
- Open the app, register with your mobile number and click on EPFO option
- Select “Employee Centric Services”
- On the next screen, click on VIEW PASSBOOK option to know your EPF transactions, including withdrawals and deposits from your current and previous employment.
Check your Balance
EPFO offering missed call services t know your pf balance. The employees who are registered with EPFO can give a missed call to 011-22901406 from their registered Mobile number to know their PF BALANCE
Pre-requisites for availing missed call facility
- Mobile Number must be registered with UAN at Unified Portal.
- Any one of following KYC must be available against the UAN. a. Bank A/c Number. b. Aadhaar c. PAN
- Give Missed call from registered mobile number to 01122901406.
- Call automatically gets disconnected after two rings.
- No cost to the member to avail this service
- Check your balance through an SMS
EPFO offering SMS services to know your PF balance. The employees who are registered with EPFO can send an SMS to 7738299899 from their registered Mobile number to know their PF BALANCE. For receiving the SMS in any of the languages other than English, first three characters of the preferred language needs to be added after UAN. For example, to receive in SMS in Telugu then SMS to be send will be
“EPFOHO UAN TEL” to 7738299899
SMS should be sent from the registered mobile number of UAN. EPFO sends last PF contribution and balance details of the member along with available KYC information.
Facility is available in 10 (ten) languages. Supported languages with codes
1. English – Default
2. Hindi – HIN
3. Punjabi – PUN
4. Gujarati – GUJ
5. Marathi – MAR
6. Kannada – KAN
7. Telugu – TEL
8. Tamil – TAM 9. Malayalam – MAL
10.Bengali – BEN