I have a query. You might be already aware of PF Trusts managed by some organizations.
My previous employer had its own trust for managing PF accounts. I was part of the organization for less than 4 yrs.
After joining new organization, I do not wish to transfer the PF to new org so that after completion of 5 yrs of maintaining the same PF account, I can withdraw completely without TDS from that PF account. Is that feasible.
If yes, what does Govt PF guidelines for these private trusts, state about them paying the annual interest on these accounts of old employees and till what period they can maintain.
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