EPFO: With these 8 steps, withdraw money from the PF account, watch the video

How to withdraw money from a PF sitting at home, EPFO ​​has provided step-by-step information by releasing a video on Twitter. Accordingly, the new rule allows EPFO ​​to withdraw 75 percent of EPF funds after one month of unemployment. If you have been unemployed for two consecutive months, you can also withdraw the remaining 25%. Meanwhile, if a new job is found, the remaining 25 percent can be transferred to a new EPF account. Learn easy steps to withdraw money from PF …

  • First you login to the Unified Member Portal with a UAN and password
  • After that click on the online service and select Form-31, 19 and 10C in the drop-down menu
  • After that enter the linked bank account number and click Verify
  • Now enter the reason for leaving the service
  • Once this is done you only need to select the PF Withdrawal (Form 19) through the drop-down menu and upload Form 15G / H if necessary
  • Fill in the full address now and upload a scanned copy of the original check or passbook
  • This is followed by OTP in your registered mobile number. Enter it and click the Submit button
  • After doing this follow the same steps to submit Form 10C
  • Your money will be transferred to your UAN linked bank account within a few days
  • Explain that Form 19/10C is required only for people who have completed 2 months or have retired from employment.

Form 31 is required to withdraw PF

EPF Form 31 is used to withdraw funds from your account. However, pre-retirement corpus is only allowed in certain situations such as buying a home, building a home, repaying a home loan, a medical emergency, child marriage or child education or siblings.

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Now you can withdraw one lakh rupees from your EPF advance PF balance. You can withdraw this money in case of any medical emergency. The government has launched a new service to address the sudden need for people’s money due to the coronavirus.

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