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EPF Rules Not Known to Many

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  1. Mukesh Gupta says:

    I am currently planning to change from job to become consultant. i have my EPF account which was opened in 1992. since 1992 i have worked in 3 companies and i always transferred my EPF Account. In new job, there will not be any PF account. I need clarifications;

    My current EPF account will become in-operational. How long I can keep the Account, as I do not need money immediately. Can I keep this money for say next 5-10 years and keep getting interest on the entire fund?

    If i need to withdraw money, can i withdraw partial amount?

    Can I start getting pension as per current pension eligibility rules. My service peirod in different compan is from July 1992 till date.

    Previous to these company jobs, i was working in Central Govt for ~ 12 years. They have closed my PF account as soon as I left my job. It was CPF account and how come i never receved pension from previous Service. when I left Govt. job, the CPF account was closed and money was paid to me [ i could not understand calculations]. Can I link my Govt. Service with Private Company Services as the service is continuous in different Organisations for the benefit of pension?.

    Thank you for all your guidance.

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