## How is PF pension calculated?

Monthly pension = Number of years multiplied by last drawn salary divided by 70. But EPS pension is very low because EPFO capped the salary used for computation of pension at Rs 15,000 per month.

## How much PF will I get after retirement?

Your EPF membership will continue, even after withdrawal before the age 58, as the employer’s portion is paid only after age 58. You can however withdraw 90% of your entire EPF amount after the age of 57. As per the norm, the employee contributes 12% of the basic pay plus Dearness Allowance, to the EPF account.

## How much money will I get from PF?

Retirement: An EPFO member can withdraw up to 90 per cent of his EPF amount at any time after attainment of the age of 54 years or within one year before his actual retirement on superannuation, whichever is later.

## How is monthly pension calculated?

The amount of the monthly pension benefit you will receive is based on the following formula: 1.5% of your highest average earnings up to the CPP’s Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) Plus 2.0% of your highest average earnings over the YMPE. Multiplied by your years of credited service.

## How gratuity is calculated?

There is a formula using which the amount of gratuity payable is calculated. The formula is based on 15 days of last drawn salary for each completed year of service or part of thereof in excess of six months. Here, last drawn salary means basic salary, dearness allowance and commission received on sales.

## How is PF salary calculated?

Calculation of PF

The contributions get accumulated in the provident fund in the name of the employee. The contribution of the employer is 12% of the basic wage plus dearness allowance or DA. The employee makes an equal contribution.

## What is the basic salary?

Basic salary is the total amount (before any deductions) paid to employees plus the allowances. It is a fixed amount that is paid to employees by their employers in return for the work performed.

## Can I withdraw full PF amount?

Existing rule : You can withdraw up to 90% of your entire PF balance (employee share + employer share) on attaining 54 years of age or within one year before actual retirement, whichever is later. Employer contribution will continue to accrue and can only be withdrawn at attaining 58 yrs.

## What is EPF pension scheme?

The Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) is a retirement benefit as per the EPFO Act 1995, wherein, the member invests part of his salary every month and the employer makes an equal pension contribution in PF towards his/her EPS pension account.

## How do you calculate retirement?

5-Step Calculation to Retirement Saving

Multiply that number by the number of years left until retirement (the “when you want to retire” part). Add your current retirement savings to that number. Divide by the number of years you expect to live in retirement. Add that to other guaranteed sources of income.