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Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO)

EPFO Extends Deadline For E-Nomination Facility. Check All Details

Dec 30, 2021 Outlook Business Team

The retirement fund body said that the account holders will be able to add nominees to their respective accounts through the e-nomination facility after December 31.

10 Steps To Follow To Add A New Nominee To Your EPFO Account

Dec 29, 2021 Outlook Money Team

The account holders of EPFO have to add a new nominee before December 31 to avail of various benefits. They can log in to their account online and add the new nominee.


EPFO Added 15.41 Lakh Subscribers In September

EPFO had added 13.60 lakh subscribers in August. As per the ministry, the numbers imply that many first-time job seekers are joining the organised sector in large numbers.

EPFO Given In-Principle Approval To Invest In InvITS, Bonds

Nov 20, 2021 Outlook Business Team

EPFO has been given in-principle approval to invest annual deposits in public sector InvITS and bonds. In August, Minister Rameshwar Teli had informed parliament that the EPFO invests only in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) via ETF manufacturers (SBI Mutual Fund and UTI Mutual Fund) and not in individual shares.


Government Approves 8.5 Per Cent Rate Of Interest On EPFs For FY2021: Sources

EPFO had lowered the interest rate on provident fund deposits to a seven-year of 8.5 per cent during the 2019-20 fiscal, from 8.65 per cent in the preceding fiscal. The former was the lowest interest rate since 2012-13 when it was bought down to 8.5 per cent.

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Government Approves 8.5 Per Cent Rate Of Interest On EPFs For FY2021: Sources

Outlook Business Team

EPFO had lowered the interest rate on provident fund deposits to a seven-year of 8.5 per cent during the 2019-20 fiscal, from 8.65 per cent in the preceding fiscal. The former was the lowest interest rate since 2012-13 when it was bought down to 8.5 per cent.


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