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Check PF balance online as EPFO just credited money in your Provident Fund account

PF balance online: EPFO is the organisation that manages the Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) and it has made it quite easy for EPFO members to access their PF related information.

EPFO subscribers should check whether they have received their money as the organisation has just announced that it has credited the amount in as many as 6.47 crore accounts. So, here is how to check your Provident Fund (PF) balance online in easy steps:
1/5 EPFO subscribers should check whether they have received their money as the organisation has just announced that it has credited the amount in as many as 6.47 crore accounts. So, here is how to check your Provident Fund (PF) balance online in easy steps: (EPFO)
A. Check PF balance via SMS If you have linked your UAN with KYC details, you can send a text message to get your details. 
2/5 A. Check PF balance via SMS If you have linked your UAN with KYC details, you can send a text message to get your details.  (REUTERS)
Step 1: Type EPFOHO UAN ENG or EPFOHO UAN HIN into the text box and send it to 7738299899. The last three digits being for the language of choice. This SMS must be sent from the registered mobile number. 
3/5 Step 1: Type EPFOHO UAN ENG or EPFOHO UAN HIN into the text box and send it to 7738299899. The last three digits being for the language of choice. This SMS must be sent from the registered mobile number.  (HT_PRINT)
Step 2: After this message, you will get a message with your PF account balance. 
4/5 Step 2: After this message, you will get a message with your PF account balance.  (REUTERS)
Notably, this facility is available in ten Indian languages including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali.
5/5 Notably, this facility is available in ten Indian languages including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Bengali. (REUTERS)