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Dear All, Can any one explain me the difference between RPFC and PF trust. Regards Saritha

Kuljit Pal Singh -  Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear Friend
RPFC stands for "Regional Provident Fund Commissioner" this is the quasi judicial authority appointed in every region to take care of rights and duties given under the PF Act.
PF Trustee is a trustee appointed to take care of PF funds.

Regards

Aslam Shaikh -  Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear Mr. Singh,

Currently my company is not paying pf to its employee. I want to implement it with the approval of the management. Can you please material how I can formulate for PF. Legally what are requirements for PF implementation.

Please send me this at

Thanks

Aslam Shaikh

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Dear Friend
RPFC stands for "Regional Provident Fund Commissioner" this is the quasi judicial authority appointed in every region to take care of rights and duties given under the PF Act.
PF Trustee is a trustee appointed to take care of PF funds.

Regards

Kuljit Pal Singh -  Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear Aslam ji,

First of all we have to see that whether PF Act is applicable to ur company and employees, if yes from when the Act starts applicable to ur Company, and so have to pay interest and damages after taking PF Code.
If No, then even voluntary the employees can authorise the Co. to deposit the same after taking PF Code.

Regards




 
 
 
 





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