PF and ESI Contribution - pension fund.. CiteHR

sarrguna82 Started The Discussion:

Dear sir, Please let me know about the PF contribution and monthly, yearly submission forms details. And ESI contribution. Thanks and Regards G.Saravanan

vikramtrivedi007 -  Member Since: Aug 2011
Dear G.Saravanan,

1. Provident Fund
Deduction : 12% from Employees on Earn (Basic+DA)
8.33% (pension fund)+diff (Employee Share- Pension fund) by employer , maximum pension not more than 541

apart from above employer have to pay administrative chages (1.61 % on total basic)

Salary Limit : 6500/- basic + DA

Submission: 12A , 5 , 10 (Monthly) , Reconciliation ,3A & 6A yearly

Payment Due date : 15 (i. e for March , 15 april)

Employees Share 1.75 %
Employer Share 4.75 %
Total :6.5%
Salary Limit . 15000/-(gross)
Submission : Form no Reg 5 half yearly(Apr to Sept and Oct to March)
Payment Due date : 21 (i. e for March , 21 April)

Vikram Trivedi
PF & ESIC Consultant
& LIC Agent

Anonymous  - 
Dear Sir,

Thanks for your previous mail.

I need to know about different between Factory Labour Act and Contract Labour act details. And Revised minimum wage rate as per the Industry.

Thanks and Regards

sarrguna82 -  Member Since: Sep 2011
Dear Sir, Please let me know about the What form should be maintain for accident register in construction industry. Regards Saravanan.G


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