Provident fund - form 19 & 10c
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Provident fund - form 19 & 10c

saikishore608@gmail.com Started The Discussion:

Dear All, Find the attachment of Form 19 & 10C for withdrawal of PF. Regards, K.SAIKISHORE 09949423193


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prasadu551@gmail.com - Member Since: Oct 2010
Hi, what are the reasons employees are apply for withdraw PF and Pension amount ,after two months his/her resign. please give clarity on this .

trpanicker - Member Since: Sep 2007
Dear All, Attached please find the food for thought. regards T R PANICKER


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sanjay kumar tiwary - Member Since: Jan 2013
because of company retention strategies. If any company having good retetion strategies empolyees will not leave company, hence no body will be intrested in withdrawing PF OR PENSION Amount.

vidhiyan - Member Since: Jul 2013
In this time period .we can transfer his existing pf a/c to new company a/c number. - vidhiyan

kulvardhan.sharma@hindcarriers.com - Member Since: Mar 2012
Hai , I have worked in a company from 01-12-2012 to 31-05-2013.I have applied for withdraw the pension benifits & submitt the from 10 C to PF authority.
But they have rejected my claim on ground of working less then 6 months.

Please advise.


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