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meenu.m1@citehr.com Started The Discussion:

Dear friends
please send me a ppt or pdf file regarding PF realted all details like what is the procedures for getting the PF no for the factory,what is the procedures after joining the employee how we will alot the PF No to the new employees & i how many days the pf no should be alloted to the new joinee.

Regards
Meenu

TELIKEPALLI - Member Since: Oct 2009
Dear Friend,


upon your request I am attaching PPT on P.F . The same I got from this community Hence please use search button there are lot questions and appropriate information on the same subject.

I wish you all the best.


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smallwonder - Member Since: Jun 2010
Thanks, Its really helpful to each. Thanks so much for your concern. Regards! Garima Pathak

sarkarkinkar - Member Since: Nov 2008
Hi Meenu/Sudhirchand ,

Below are the Details on PF as far as my knowledge is concerned.
In addition to this I am sending an attachement on PF.
Kindly find it attached.
Hope this will be useful for you two.
Let me know what else You Need.


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PROVIDENT FUND
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The Employees Provident fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 is a social security measure aimed at:

 Promoting and securing the well being of the employees by way of provident fund, family pension and insurance to them.

 Inculcating a habit of saving amongst workers.

 Providing a steady workforce to the employers and

 Assisting the government by providing funds of considerable magnitude for utilization on various projects meant for promoting economic and social development of the country and the well being of its people.

The Act shall apply to :

 every establishment which is a factory

 engaged in any industry mentioned in schedule I of the Act and

 employing 20 or more persons or

 any other establishment employing twenty or more persons or

For the registration the establishment must submit the PF form to regional office of EPF. After the registration EPF organization is issued code number. This code number is used for all further communication to EPF organization.

All employees in such factory or establishment including contract labour, but excluding casual labour and receiving wages up to Rs. 6,500/- per month will be regulated by the provisions of the Act. Trainee and apprentices are also not included in determination of the numerical strength.



CONTRIBUTIONS

Employee may contribute 12 or 10 %, as the case may be, of the basic wages, dearness allowance including the cash value of any food concession and retaining allowance.

Employer will pay @13.61%.

The Break up is as follows.

Sl. No Account head Employee contribution Employer contribution
1 EPF A/c No.01 12% 3.67%
2 Pension Fund A/c No.10 0 8.33%
3 Deposit link insurance A/c No.21 0 0.5%
4 EPF administration charge A/c No.02 0 1.10%
5 EDLI administration charge A/c No.22 0 0.01%
Total 12% 13.61%




Filing of returns

 The employer shall within 15 days of the applicability of the Act send the particulars of all branches, departments, owners, occupiers, director, partners or any other person in charge of and responsible for the conduct of business, in form (Return of ownership), in duplicate, to the commissioner.

 In the event of any change, the same too should be intimated within 15 days to the regional commissioner.

 The commissioner shall on receipt of the return of ownership verify the particulars submitted therein and after having been satisfied allot an establishment code No.

 This code shall be mentioned on all forms, challans , statements, returns and all future correspondence

 A return in the prescribed form5 in respect of employees qualifying to be members of the fund for the first month during the preceding month shall be filed within 15 days of the close of every month be sent to the CPFC.

 A monthly return of contributions in the prescribed form 6 has to be filed with the commissioner within 25 days of the close of the month.

 Annual return of contributions in form 6 A reflecting the employer and employees contribution in respect of each employee is to be submitted within one month of the close of the period of currency to the commissioner.



LIST OF FORM USED IN THE ENTERPRISES

Sl.no Forms Purpose of form
1 2 Application for new joining of employee
2 5 List of employees additional in the establishment(give in every month )
3 10 List of employees reliving from the establishment(give in every month )
4 12A Monthly return
5 3A Individual annual remittance list (once in a year or time of reliving)
6 6A Annual return
7 13A Application of transfer of PF number from one establishment to other
8 19 Application for claiming PF amount due
9 10C Application for claiming withdrawn amount
10 10D Application for claiming pension amount
11 31 Application for loan and advance to member
12 SSN Application for social security number[/B]



With Regards ,
Sarkar


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Singh.Shweta - Member Since: Sep 2010
Thanks..........to all for posting,such a important post.Keep sharing this kind of knowledges. Regards, Shweta Singh

awadood - Member Since: Nov 2010
I resigned from a company on personal reason after working just a month. As provisioned in my appointment letter I served the company 7 days notice. At the time of joining I filled the PF form, but later at the time resignation that is 3rd week of the month I verbally requested the company not to deduct PF from my salary. But on getting the final statement, I suprised to see that the company has already deducted my PF. When asked about this to HR since I resigned from the company only 3rd week of the month, how it's possible this deduction before receiving my salary as most of the companies calculate the salary of their staff only last of the month or 1st week of the following month. They said my PF deduction had gone along with other staff contributions and they gave me the PF a/c. No. They deducted also gratuity, PT etc. Since the company is not giving any satisfactory answer to any of these deductions, I refused to accept my final settlement and it's in deadlock. Please enlighten me whether what company says is correct, if so, why they cannot provide me with receipt of remittance to PF as proof. In case I accept the salary, then it's difficult for me to claim the PF as the company has to process the papers for cancellation as I am not intending to transfer the PF. If I cancel the PF should there by any problem and conflict with my new assignment. What's the procedure to recover my full salary from the company? Should I look for legal possibilities? If so whom should I approach. Your valuable suggestions are invited

rachna1011 - Member Since: May 2010
Hi Mr. Sarkar, Thanks for posting great information onEPF & all the forms used in this regard.... Kindly share your knowledge on SSN Application.. Thanks & Regards,

sarkarkinkar - Member Since: Nov 2008
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With Regards ,
Sarkar

dineshk8siva@gmail.com - Member Since: Oct 2008
Dear Friend, It is really usefull for every one thank you and requesting you not to stop this good work. Dinesh

boss2966 - Member Since: Jan 2009
Please find the PF Registration form required to be submitted to PF commissionerate after filled up completely. All the Best


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