As more and more government functions come online, we thought it was important to educate readers on how to use the different tools that are now available. After all, it is now possible to submit an RTI, apply for a passport, apply for a PAN card or download a copy of the Aadhaar card from the comfort of your home.

Almost everyone employed may also quit at some point. Changing jobs involves enough paperwork to make your head spin. One of the most annoying paperwork involves a large portion of the deduction part of the payroll – the Employee Provident Fund (EPF), or PF as most people like to call it. Most of us never look at the EPF account number and company code needed to transfer money to a new employer. Instead of panicking after quitting, you can take a look at these steps and learn how to transfer your EPF immediately.

  1. First, you need to check if your EPF account is eligible to apply for a transfer. You can do this through the EPFO ​​website.

  2. The above steps require that you know which state your current and previous employers registered your accounts in, in addition to which PF office these accounts belong to. You need to select these from the drop down menu.

  3. You will also need the employer’s area, office and establishment code and PF number. You can get all these details from the accounting departments of these companies.

  4. After entering all the details, click Check eligibility.

  5. You will then see a pop-up stating whether the account is eligible or ineligible. If your account is eligible for PF transfers, please create an account on the EPFO ​​website.

  6. You need to select a valid photo ID such as your Aadhaar, PAN card or driving license and enter that ID number here to register. The registration process also includes sending a verification code to your mobile number. Fill in all the details and click Get PIN.

  7. At the bottom of the screen, enter the PIN you just received and click submit.

  8. On the next page, you will see a confirmation Please click here to continue.

  9. Now, go to the EPFO ​​Member Claims Portal and log in. On the left, you’ll see a login box. Select the file type (the ID you selected during registration), enter the ID number and your mobile number.

  10. click loginthen the with all options will load.

  11. move the mouse to claim link in the top bar and click Request to transfer account.

  12. Now you must complete the PF transfer form. It is divided into three parts.

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Section A contains your personal information. In addition to your name and email, you must enter your payroll account number and your bank’s IFSC code.

Part-B requires you to fill in the details of your previous PF account, similar to step 1.If you don’t know the details, you can click Click here for details next to the PF number field.

Part-C requires your current PF account details as you did in step 1.Again, if you don’t know the details, you can click Click here for details next to the PF number field.

  1. You will need to get a certificate from a previous or current employer.choose previous institution or current institution At the end of the form depends on which is easier for you. If the proof is through your previous employer, settlement will be faster, but it is mandatory.

  2. After filling out the form, click preview.

  3. You will see a preview of all the information you entered. Double check all of these for errors.If you need to change anything, click To change information click here. This will take you to the previous page.

  4. If you are sure all the information is correct, enter the characters from the image in the boxes next to them and click get password at the end of the form.

  5. Check I agree.

  6. You will get a PIN via SMS. Enter your PIN in the box below I agreethen click submit.

  7. You have now successfully submitted your PF transfer claim. You can click here to check the status of your claim.

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