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PF Calculator : Employee Provident Fund Calculator

Employees Provident Fund or EPF is a retirement benefit that is offered by the Employees Provident Fund Organisation. Each month there is a contribution that is made to the Provident Fund by both the employer and the employee. Our PF calculator helps you to quickly calculate the retirement benefits. There is also an interest rate that comes into the picture that you need to feed into the EPF Calculator.

  • Age
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    Enter your present age
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  • Monthly basic salary
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    Mention your basic salary amount
  • Current PF balance
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    If you have an existing EPF balance so far then enter the same in the provided column (if any)
  • Employee contribution to PF (%)
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    Enter the % of basic salary which will be contributed towards PF every month.
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  • Employer contribution to PF (%)
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    Enter the % of basis which your existing employer makes towards your PF every month.
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  • Expected increase in salary (%)
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    Mention your expected rise in basic salary growth (year on year)
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  • Current interest rates offered by EPF Authority (%)
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    Enter the existing interest rate on PF fixed by the central government.
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  • When you expect to retire
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    Mention the expected age of retirement
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Total EPF Payable to you is

How to Use the GoodReturns EPF Calculator?

As is the case with every calculator, you need to feed in certain details.

In our calculator, you need to feed in details like age, monthly salary which is basic salary, current PF balance, employee contribution to PF, employer contribution to PF, expected increase in salary, when you expect to retire.

Who Manages the PF?

The Employees Provident Fund Organisation manages the EPF, while the interest rates are largely determined by the Government of India. The interest rate on the EPF changes every year, as decided by the government. This largely depends on the general interest rate movement in the country.

The EPFO has been managing the same for many years now and has really done a great job.

Downloading Passbook and Checking PF Balance:

It is easy to download and check your epf balance online. To do so:

a) Visit: https://passbook.epfindia.gov.in/MemberPassBook/Login

b) Enter your UAN number and password. In case you do not have a UAN number or do not know it, please talk to your company.

b) Enter the captcha and check your PF balance

Why is the EPF Beneficial?

The EPF is beneficial on account of a number of reasons. Let us see some of the reasons for the same.

1) If you have worked in a private organisation for 5 continuous years, you get tax free income from the PF.

2) You can also get a pension, as you would be subscribed to the EPS, provided you meet the terms and the conditions.

3) The EPF also provides an insurance cover to the tune of Rs 2.5 lakhs to Rs 6 lakhs.

4) In case you do not complete the stimulated time period of 10 years to receive pension, the amounts would be returned to you along with PF. 

What data could change in the EPF calculator?

 One of the data that could change in the provident fund calculator is the interest rate. Remember, the interest rate on the PF is fixed by the government and one needs the Ministry of Finance to give its consent. So, this data would change every year. For 2018-19 the government notified an interest rate of 8.65 per cent, which is not bad at all. So, it is important to remember when you calculate your EPF, the data should be correct before the calculator is used. This is very important or else there is a high possibility that the amount that is so calculated would be totally incorrect. 

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