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Employee Provident Fund (EPF) | Ways to Check Account Balance

Employee Provident Fund (EPF)

Employee Provident Fund (EPF) | Ways to Check Account Balance

EPF(Employee Provident Fund) services allow you to check your account balance in Employee Provident Fund (EPF) without a need to visit any office. There are four ways to check your account balance. You can check the balance in the EPF account by sending SMS, miss call, or by logging on their website or by using their mobile application.

EPFO has its effect on social media like twitter to resolve customer queries. Here are the four ways to check the balance in the EPF account. You can also get your statement using these ways.

SMS service

UAN activated members may know their latest PF contribution and balance available with EPFO by sending SMS to ‘7738299899’ from registered mobile number. The SMS should be in the format-


The facility is available in 10 languages, English being the default language. You can receive the messages in Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Bengali as well. For receiving the SMS in any of the languages other than English. The first three characters of the preferred language need to be added after UAN. For example, to receive in SMS in Telugu SMS will be sent as

“EPFOHO UAN TEL” to 7738299899

Missed call service

Members registered on the UAN portal may get their details available with EPFO by giving a missed call to ‘011-22901406’ from their registered mobile number. If the UAN of the member is seeded with any one of the Bank A/C No, AADHAAR and PAN the member will get details of last contribution and PF Balance. The call automatically gets disconnected after two rings. This service is free of cost.

EPFO portal: After registering yourself on EPFO Members Portal, you can log in to the website using your UAN and password. This allows you to view your passbook or account statement.

Mobile application services

Members can view their account balance and EPF statement through ‘Umang’ mobile application. The ‘Umang’ app is available in English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujrati, Punjabi, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Oriya, Telugu, and Urdu. Click on EPFO on the app. Go to employee-centric services and click on view passbook. You can enter your UAN and OTP sent on the registered mobile number to view your balance in Employee Provident Fund.

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