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How to Withdraw PF Amount to Repay Home Loan

You can withdraw your Provident Fund amount to repay your home loan. You can withdraw up to 90% of the EPF amount to repay home loans. The Employees Provident fund can be withdrawn at the age of 55 years for retirement purposes.

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How to Check Provident Fund Balance With or Without a UAN?

At the beginning of every financial year, one of the financial moves taken by employees is to check out their provident fund balance. Every month, both an employee & employer will make a fixed contribution of 12% of the basic salary to the PF account.

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Benefits Of An EPF Account Beyond Saving For Your Retirement

Employees' Provident Fund (EPF), shortly known as PF, is a corpus collected by Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) - a statutory body set up by the Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952.

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How to Withdraw from EPF? A Step-by-Step Guide

EPF is one of the most well-known and popular retirement schemes in India. The Employee Provident Fund Act of 1952 launched the program, backed by the Government of India.

4 years agoRead More
How to withdraw from EPF if you need money due to Coronavirus?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has stealthily spread across the globe and has become one of the deadliest viruses killing thousands of people worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared Coronavirus as a pandemic.

4 years agoRead More
How to transfer your EPF account from a previous employer to your current employer?

The Employees' Provident Fund, shortly known as the EPF, is one of the most popular retirement savings schemes for salaried individuals.

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COVID-19 EPF Withdrawal Limit

Covid-19 or Coronavirus pandemic has hit the world’s economy hard and may result in a hole in the pockets of many. The Indian economy is seeing a downfall as the ongoing pandemic has impacted the growth of almost every sector.

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How to get a loan from the EPF account?

If you’re a salaried employee, then you know that the take-home pay is far less than the overall salary package. A significant percentage of your salary is deducted every month to invest in the EPF (Employee Provident Fund), ESI, and other schemes.

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