Not all the EPFOs have online facility to view monthly EPF credits.
People having salary a/c in SBI can view their EPF statements & details through online banking. But people having in any other bank can't see.
Apart from using RTI Act which consumes 1 month time, is there any other possiblity to view these?
I heard from 1 July 2011, it is going to be online fully. We wil be able to see monthly details from begining till date?
Here is some good news for those of you contributing towards provident fund from your salary with Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) of India. Going forward, salaried people would no longer have to go through the tedious and rather long process of knowing the details of their PF account. Every bit of information related to Provident fund that you may want to track would be just a ‘click’ away in the very near future!
In the first phase of implementation after opening it for subscribers online, account balance will be made available. In the latter part of the project, which might roll over within a year, the subscribers would be able to view their contribution, interest accrued, status of application for advances, loans and a host of other activities. Also, as a matter of fact PF department had collected forms from many of us to provide with what they call as SSN (Social Security Number) – haven’t heard any news on that number, but off late we are all talking about NUIA (National Unique Identification Authority). Not sure how many more such unique numbers are awaiting in the store! I would be very happy the day all my information is made available with ease in accessing without any delays and hierarchies :)
Currenty they have implemented to check claim status online. You can check your claim status just click "Know your claim status" from your concerned RPFC webpage.
Thanks for the detailed reply. As I said it is heard that everything going to be online soon. But I think only member balance can be seen online for past year. But we can't get the EPF statements, or monthly updates online, am I correct?
This article is also saying same thing: http://www.mydigitalfc.com/personal-finance/get-your-pf-settlement-ac-within-just-30-days-346.
What if somebody is getting proper epf statements from the company!
Now you can check your Provident Fund details online by logging on to http://www.epfindia.com/MembBal.html. This service has been started in July 2011, by Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), India