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JayanthiKaran Started The Discussion:

Hi! Needed some information regarding Employers Contribution to PF. We started PF for our organisation in Oct last year. Since we had to pay some arrears, we restricted Employer's contribution to Rs 780/-. However now we want to change it to 12% of basic, can someone one guide me as to what formalities we need to fullfil with the PF department to shift from 780 to 12% of baisc.

Thanks in advance for your help.
Regards
Jayanthi

khatke_pritam@yahoo.co.in - Member Since: Oct 2008
Hi!, can any one tell me what is exact bifurcation of 13.61% (with a/c no.) of employer’s contribution to PF. Pritam

abbasiti - Member Since: May 2010
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Originally Posted by khatke_pritam@yahoo.co.in View Post
Hi!,
can any one tell me what is exact bifurcation of 13.61% (with a/c no.) of employer's contribution to PF.

Pritam

EPS - 8.33% (subject to a ceiling of Rs. 541)
PF - Rest of the amount out of 12%
PF administration charges - 1.1%
EDLI - 0.5% (subject to a ceiling salary of Rs. 6500)
EDLI administration charges 0.01% "

Abbas.P.S

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