HOW TO SUBMIT SIX MONTHLY RETURN OF ESI
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sunil.jaglan Started The Discussion:

Dear Friends, Can anybody tell the procedure and forms applicable for the submission of six monthly return. Pls send on urgent basis as the last date is near.

Lovenish Bhagat - Member Since: Apr 2007
My Dear Friends

ES half yearly return submit to Branch office / ES Regional Comissioner
Two contributuion period in Every Year.
Contribution Period 1 April to 30 Sept. and 1st Oct to 31 March.
ESI Half yearly Return Submit to two above both periods to Branch office / ESI Regional Comissioner on form no.6 in triplicate along with Esi Challan.

Last date of Submission ESI Half yearly return 11th May and 11th Nov.

Regards

Anuj Trivedi - Member Since: Jun 2007
Employer has to furnish detail of employee's share & employer's share of contribution including detail of challans on six monthly basis in Form No. 5 (Previously it was numbered as Form No. 6). Form No.5 is attached for your reference. Last date of submission is 12th May (for contribution period of 1st Oct to 31st March) & 11th Nov (for the contribution period of 1st April to 30 Sept).
We have to submit it in triplicate- one is for ESIC Local Office, second one is for ESIC Regional Office and third one is for ESIC Dispensary.

Anuj


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nareshgadde - Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Friend, go through form5 u can find format,same to be maintained in Excel. with regards naresh

jiguparmar - Member Since: Dec 2008
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Muthuvenkatt - Member Since: Sep 2010
What is the percentage for PF calculation and how calculate the PF from Salary?
What is the percentage for ESI calculation and how calculate the ESI from Salary?
What is the slab rates for Professional Tax and i want full slab rates and Professional Tax percentage and how to calculate the same from salary, whether from Basic or Gross salary or Net salary.

thakkudu - Member Since: Aug 2012
Dear Muthuvenkatt,

PF Calculations:

PF is calculated on basic salary. Both employer and employee will contribute to PF account of employee.

Employee contribution - 12% of basic pay

Employer contribution - 8.33% of basic pay to EPS account
3.67% of basic pay to EPF account
0.5% - EDLI
1.10% EPF Admin charge
.01% EDLI administration charge.

IF basic salary of employee is more than 6500, then employer will contribute 8.33% of 6500 to EPS and 3.67% of 6500 to EPF a/c. If basic salary is less than 6500 then employer will contribute 8.33% of basic to EPS and 3.67% of basic to EPF.

ESI CALCULATIONS:


If the gross salary of employee is less than 15000, then he will be eligible for ESI.

Employer contribution - 4.75% of gross salary
Employee contribution - 1.75% of gross salary


PROFESSIONAL TAX CALCULATIONS

Professional tax base is gross salary.

Karnataka PT

if gross salary 0 - 9999 -nil
10000- 14999 - 150/Month
15000 above - 200/month



Regards,


Anu

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