EPFO launches e-Passbook service for its members

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Provident Fund

Over 50 million PF subscribers can now access their accounts online as retirement fund body EPFO launched its e-Passbook service today.

Who can download EPF pass book

Active subscribers whose electronic challan-cum-return is already uploaded, can download their e-Passbook every month under the service launched by the EPFO’s Central Provident Fund.

Where you can download the passbook

You can download EPF passbook shall be available on http://members.epfoservices.in/

How can you register for Passbook of PF

Any member of Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) can register on the member portal by using his or her photo identification number, such as

  • PAN,
  • Aadhaar,
  • National Population Registry,
  • driving licence,
  • passport,
  • voter ID,
  • ration card and
  • use the mobile number as password.

Members can add multiple ID (identification) numbers after registration and can use any one for logging into their account. Once registered, a member can download the passbook by entering his or her account number. If available, the passbook will appear for download.

What does Passbook contain

The e-Passbook shall contain the transaction-wise details of the member’s account (all credits and debits) since the month for which the details for the establishment have been processed in new application software at the field offices.

Is this EPF Passbook facility available to all?

The facility, however, will not be available for members under exempted establishments under the EPF Scheme 1952 (as the fund details are maintained by the Trust) and inoperative members (i.e. in accounts where no contribution has been received in the preceding 36 months).

Under the e-Passbook service, only one registration will be allowed against one mobile number, and a member can download the passbook for only one account number under one establishment.

 

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EPFO launches e-Passbook service for its members
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