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singh_sanjay Started The Discussion:

Dear Sir Let me know that any changes in PF & ESIC Maximum Limit on which PF & ESIC Dedution. Regards Sanjay

sreekumar.j -  Member Since: Jun 2007
you may check ESI FAQand EPF FAQ here. If you wanted to know more about its linkages to salary, please check payroll resources

snswamy -  Member Since: May 2009
Mr. Sanjay

1. P.F Gross limit is (BASIC + D.A. + VDA + FDA) = RS.6500/-, However, Management can pay P.F Contribution total P.F Gross, but EPS will be paid on Rs.6500/- only,

Ex. One employees draws a P.F. Gross : 7500/-

Then Employee contribution is : 7500 x 12% = goes to EPF Account (A/c No.1)

Employer Contribution is : 8.33% on 6500/- (i.e. Rs.541/-)goes to EPS Account (A/c No.10) rest goes EPF account (A/c No.1)

ESIC Limit is Rs.10,000/- Gross



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