How to apply for PF withdrawal sitting at home? follow these steps

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If you also want to withdraw money from your PF account sitting at home for any personal reason, then follow these steps.

In today’s digital age, people prefer to do most of their work online sitting at home. If you are employed, then you may have also subscribed to the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) scheme. So you can withdraw money online from your PF account sitting at home.

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If you want PF money before retirement or you want to withdraw money for purchase or construction of house, marriage and education of child and any financial emergency in the era of corona virus, then you can apply sitting at home.

How to fill online form for PF Withdrawal?

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step 1:
First of all go to Unified Member Portal of EPFO. For this you can visit this link- , log in here by entering your UAN and password.

Step 2:
Then click on Online Services option. Select Claim (Form 31, 19 and 10C) from the drop down menu.

Step 3:
Then, enter your linked bank account number. And click on Verify option.

Step 4:
Now you have to fill the reason for leaving your service.

Step 5:
Next, select Only PF Withdrawal (Form 19) from the drop down menu, and select I want to apply for.

Step 6:
Then, fill in your full home address and upload the scanned copy of the original check or passbook.

Step 7:
Now tick the disclaimer and click on Get Aadhaar OTP option.

Step 8:
Enter the OTP received on your registered mobile number and submit the application.

Money will come in the bank account linked with UAN:
After submitting Form 19, follow these steps to submit Form 10C. The amount will be credited to the bank account linked with your UAN. Form 19 and 10C can be filled only after two months of leaving the job or on retirement.

Let us tell you that there is a big facility available to the people who get the Provident Fund or PF salary. 12% of the basic salary of most employees is deposited in the PF account every month. The same amount is deposited every month in the employee’s account on behalf of the company.

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