ranga.n Started The Discussion:
Dear Colleagues, Please let me know is there any latest amendment in EPF wage limit from 6500/- to 10000/-. Ranganathan
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Satish Kumar Bhargava
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Ranga.n
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Ramesz
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Not so far! However all the Municipal Councils and Corporations have been brought under the EPF & MP Act 1952 w.e.f.
which account of balance sheet check provident fund inspector during provident fund inspection.
Dear Sir, whether the Educational trusts/institutions are running on no profit basis, kindly clarify the trusts are covered under EPF Act’1952. Sreenu HR.
ramesz 
Dear Renga, Latest EPF Amendment Wage Ceiling Revised From Rs.6500/- to Rs.15000/-. With effect from 1st September 2014. Regards, S.Ramesh Kumar
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Dear sir,
I want to know that ,with new ammendment of pf , pf dedecuted on minimum 6500&maximum15000 basic w.e.f from 01-09-2014 .after that if any emp's basic salary is 20000 than pf calculate 15000 or 20000.

please tell me
Thanks&Regard
dalip saini
Dear Mr. Saini,

As you mentioned that Emp.'s salary (basic ) is Rs. 20,000/- pm. PF deduction salary is Rs. 15,000/- (mandatory), but it depends on management that they can deduct PF contribution from Rs. 20,000/- also. Then both contribution will be deduct from same salary.

Thanks
Sanchita



 
 
 
 





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