From "Dhruvin Sureliya" : Dear All Member & Senior,
I am Working in a Pvt Ltd firm having 50 employees staff and right now we dont have any PF account or policy for employee now management want to fall in criteria to deduct PF from employee salary.
Can you people help me how do we can start pf in our company or what is the procedure and rule to eligible for PF.
What is the minimum range of salary on which PF applied
Kindly request you all to guide me.
25th March 2011 From India, Ahmadabad

You can take the help from the PF Consultants which will be so helpful, All headache is of the consultants they will charge the reasonable amount and with in 15 days PF will start in your company.
25th March 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Dear Dhruvin, You can contact me for registration of company PF. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Director Clairvoyant Corporate & Legal Consultancy Services Sector-71 Noida Mobile: 9971589511
26th March 2011 From India, Pune
Dear Mr. Sureliya, Since your estt. is employing more than 19 employees, your company should have strated compliance under the Act soon after having 20 or more employees without waiting for Code no.
Pl. meet PRO of the EPF Office at INCOME TAX CIRCLE,ASHRAM ROAD A,BAD for further guidance or ring up 27541383,27542084 and ask for guidance.
or u may contact any consultant. I can give reference of Mr. Girish Choudhry -9825039599 who will help u in this regard.
with regards,
27th March 2011 From India, Chandigarh
Dear Dhruvin Ji,
Please visit the local Employees' Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) office at Bhavishya Nidhi Bhavan, Income Tax Circle, Ashram Road, Karnavati 380014 and meet the enforcement officer there. He will guide you in the matter and also provide necessary forms. You may also visit the EPFO website of Gujarat regional office. That will help you. Thanks and regards,
27th March 2011 From India, Pune
Dear Dhruvin Sureliya,
You have to summit Proforma, Form 5A, and Application for allotment of Business No., for getting Code No.
Ensure that you have documents to prove that the exact date on which you have employed 20 or more no of persons.
If you employed 20+ in the earlier period then your coverage should be calculated from that date retrospectively at the rate of 25.61% of the Basic and DA.
Excellent HR Services,
27th March 2011 From India, Selam
Attached Files
File Type: doc form for registration of EPF.doc (173.3 KB, 7726 views)
File Type: pdf BN_Business_No_form_of_EPF.pdf (62.1 KB, 2327 views)
File Type: doc bn.doc (80.5 KB, 2021 views)
File Type: pdf Form5A.PDF (236.1 KB, 2572 views)
Dear Kalsum,
For transfer of PF you have to apply with Form 13 through your New employer.
However it will take few weeks to transfer the Accounts, if it is an inter regional transfer.
Form 13 attached for your ref.
28th March 2011 From India, Selam
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Form 13revised for PF transger.pdf (24.2 KB, 1457 views)
I have a question in creating a PF account for a new company . I read that to open a new PF account is necessary as soon as the number of employee touches 20 .
My question -- We were suggested that there are companies like Aviva or LIC or Max who have such schemes and if we participate in those then we need not to go for Govt Provident fund scheme . Is that correct ?? or thats an optional scope ?
Please advise urgently .
29th March 2011 From India, Mumbai
Dear Partha,
The pension schemes you have mentioned are for individuals and for some groups. this will not treated as a substitute for Employees Provident Fund Scheme.
Hence, every establishment having 20+ workforce are required to be covered under EPF Act 1952.
Else, you can create you own PF Trust to manage the Fund but that too controlled by EPFO.
Excellent HR Services,
29th March 2011 From India, Selam
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