EPF Calculator
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PersonalFN EPF calculator will help you to estimate your EPF corpus at the time of Retirement. You just need to enter EPF account and Pension fund account current balances and your and your Employer’s contribution towards your EPF account. You also need to enter an expected growth rate in your Salary till your retirement which will help you to increase EPF contribution every year.

 Current Age
 Retirement Age
 Current EPF Balance (Rs.)
Employee Contribution (Rs.)
Employer Contribution (Rs.)
Growth Rate in EPF Contribution  %
Rate of Interest  %
Current Pension Fund Balance (Rs.)

  • In case your and your employer contribution (p.m.) is Rs. 780 only then the growth rate on contribution will be 0%
  • Out of the total employer contribution Rs. 541 goes towards Pension Fund and the rest goes towards Employee Providend Fund.
  • Employee Pension Scheme do not earn any interest on the amount invested.
  • Rate of Interest on EPF is declared every year, so we have taken 8% as an assumption but you can change it as per your future expectation.

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