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Govt amends EPS-95 to provide Rs 1,000 minimum monthly pension

Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) had started providing this entitlement under the scheme from September 1, 2014 The post Govt amends EPS-95 to provide Rs 1,000 minimum monthly pension appeared first on Firstpost . First, 1 day ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Decision on increasing EPFO investment in ETFs on July 7

Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has indicated that retirement fund body EPFOs investments in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) would be increased and a decision would be taken at the Central Board of Trustees meeting on July 7. The Finance Ministry had ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Well-managed EPFO pays higher interest, says Bandaru Dattatreya  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Decision soon on increasing investments in ETFs: Dattatreya  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Decision soon on increasing EPFO investments in ETFs: Minister  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago

EPFO set to hike proportion of ETF investments

A report will be presented before the Central Board of Trustee on (ETF) investments of the EPFO on July 7. New Delhi: Retirement fund body EPFO will on July 7 take a decision on increasing investments in stock markets through ETFs, as they have started giving ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
Financial Express

Soon, employees too can contribute to EPS pension

New Delhi, June 13 The retirement fund body, Employee's Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), may soon allow its subscribers to contribute voluntarily towards its pension scheme in addition to their employers mandatory contributions. At present, an ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago 8% Of Your Salary Goes Into PF Pension Scheme. This Rule May Be Changed  NDTV2 weeks ago EPFO may soon allow members to contribute for pension scheme  Times of India2 weeks ago 8% Of Salary Goes Into PF Pension Scheme. This Rule May Be Changed  NDTV Profit2 weeks ago
DNA India

EPFO may have Rs 1,600 crore surplus by year-end: Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya

HYDERABAD: The Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is likely to have a surplus of Rs 1,600 crore by the end of this year, Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said here today. "At a time when interest rates in all banks are coming down, ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago EPFO likely to have Rs 1600 crore surplus by year-end: Bandaru Dattatreya  DNA India3 weeks ago EPFO may have Rs 1600 cr surplus by year-end: Dattatreya  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago EPFO may have Rs 1600 crore surplus by year-end: Dattatreya  APN News3 weeks ago
India Infoline

EPFO invests Rs 6674 cr in stock markets in fiscal

Hyderabad, June 6 (UNI) The Employees provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), India's state-run pension fund with a retirement corpus, has invested Rs 6674 crore in stock markets as on April 30, 2016. Out of 1.15 Lakh Crore Corpus Fund in the year ...
 United News of India3 weeks ago India's April trade deficit falls to $4.8 billion & Top Economy news  India Infoline1 month ago
Financial Express

Insurance Newsletter - May 09 to 13, 2016

Top News Govt plans low-cost housing scheme for EPFO subscribers The Government is working on a scheme to provide low-cost housing for Employee Provident Fund Organisation's (EPFO) more than five crore subscribers, Parliament was informed. "Then ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Low-cost housing for EPF members may face hurdles, here is why  Financial Express1 month ago EPFO's low-cost housing move could be another bloomer. Here's why  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya to pitch for raising EPFO's investment in stocks

The CBT is the apex decision making body of the EPFO, which is headed by the Labour Minister. (PTI) Unfazed by unions opposition and negative returns on stock market investments, Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya today hinted at increasing EPFO's ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Labour Min to pitch for raising EPFO's investment in stocks  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Centre plotting to raise EPFO's stocks investment despite negative returns  Millennium Post1 month ago Labour Ministry hints at raising EPFO's investment in stocks from 5%  DNA India1 month ago

EPFO exposure to ETFs may be hiked from 5% of incremental deposits

Labour and employment minister Bandaru Dattatreya on Tuesday hinted that Employees Provident Fund Organisation's (EPFO) exposure in the exchange traded funds (ETFs) for the current fiscal may be hiked from the current level of 5% of the incremental ...
 Financial Express1 month ago 98 per cent of EPFO claims settled within 20 days: Dattatreya  CFO India1 month ago
The Telegraph

One employee one PF a/c: New system coming up soon

Retirement fund body EPFO is planning to introduce One Employee One EPF Account system on May 1 to discourage premature PF withdrawals and encourage state governments to join its pension system. The decision was taken on April 21 in EPFO's ...
 MSN News US1 month ago EPFO to discourage withdrawal  Asian Age2 months ago Push for single PF account  The Telegraph2 months ago EPFO to introduce system to check premature withdrawals from May 1  MSN India2 months ago
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