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PF Interest money not credited in your EPF account? Finance Ministry says THIS: EPFO Update

Nonetheless, for a long while now, subscribers lack the premium cash of their PF credited into their account. Answering a tweet by T.V Mohandas Pai, previous CFO and Ex-overseer of Infosys, the Finance Ministry has said that the defer in revenue installment doesn't mean deficiency of cash.

New Delhi: Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) is an investment funds instrument that assists salaried workers with putting something aside for their future. The plan assists representatives with building their retirement corpus by placing in a limited quantity of cash consistently. Both representative and the business add to the worker’s account.

In any case, for a long while now, subscribers lack the premium cash of their PF credited into their record. Answering a tweet by T.V Mohandas Pai, previous CFO and Ex-head of Infosys, the Money Service has said that the postpone in revenue installment doesn’t mean deficiency of cash.


“There is no deficiency of interest for any endorser. The premium is being credited in the records of all EPF endorsers. In any case, that isn’t noticeable in that frame of mind considering a product redesign being executed by EPFO to represent change in the expense rate,” tweeted the Finance Ministry.

It further added, “For all cordial supporters looking for settlement and for endorsers looking for withdrawal, the installments are being done comprehensive of the interest.”

In June this year, the Finance Ministry, gave its sign of approval for the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation’s (EPFO) proposition to support the interest rate on EPF speculations to 8.1% in 2021-2022 from 8.5% prior. With the Centre’s endorsement, the EPF loan fee currently remains at the most minimal in 40 years.

The last time, the interest rate was lower than 8.1% was in 1977-78, when it remained at 8%. Notwithstanding, when the expansion rate stays on the higher side, lower profits from EPF ventures could careful investors.

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