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vinaysharma Started The Discussion:

Hi i want to know how to fill the PF monthly Challan and whats the meaning of A/c - 1, 2, 10, 21, 22. Please explain this.

purshottamsaini - Contributing Member
Following challans duly filled in should be submitted -

P.F. Cont. (Employee's+Employer's Share) A/c No. - 01 - 12% + 3.67%
Pension Fund Contribution A/c No. - 10 - 8.33%
Administrative Charges A/c No. - 02 - 1.10%
E. D. L. I. F. A/c No. - 21 - 0.50%
Administrative Charges A/c No. -22 - 0.01%

sbdeepa - 
Hi Friends Pls let me know what should we fill in the coloumn in PF.Challan A/C.1 A/C.10 A/C.21 Regards :confused:

suki.suman@gmail.com - Contributing Member
Dear All,


PAYMENT OF CONTRIBUTION

A/c – 1 EPF EMPLOYERS 12% + EMPLOYEES 3.67% = 15.67 %
A/c – 2 EPF ADMIN CHARGES 1.10%
A/c – 10 EPS EMPLOYEES 8.33 %
A/c – 21 EDLI 0.50 %
A/c – 22 EDLI ADMIN CHARGES 0.01%

TOTAL = 25.61%

please let me know ehat would be the KRA and KPA for an admin manager


also what is the rule and regulation of labour law also if suppose any does not pay outsourced employyes as per the labour is any legal action taken against that comapny it it legal
please answer my quation

Dear All,
i have been going through the replies and i am of the opinion that many times, there seems to be contradictions in replies.
i request all the members to, plz post the replies supported by facts, else it creates more confusion rather than simplifying things..

i hope the members agree..

rajeevdixit - Contributing Member
Hi

Thanks for the info

it is all on basic + Da right ?

regards

Rajeev
.................


PAYMENT OF CONTRIBUTION

A/c 1 EPF EMPLOYERS 12% + EMPLOYEES 3.67% = 15.67 %
A/c 2 EPF ADMIN CHARGES 1.10%
A/c 10 EPS EMPLOYEES 8.33 %
A/c 21 EDLI 0.50 %
A/c 22 EDLI ADMIN CHARGES 0.01%

TOTAL = 25.61%[/quote]

BADLOOSER - Contributing Member
Hi Ditti, You Were Supposed To Migrate Canada By This Time Now..... I Know You Asked For Hr Opportunities In Canada Long Back And Said Your Husband Is Working In Canada. What Happened...?

sathish.hr1975 - Contributing Member
Dear Deepa,

A/c. No. 1 is being filled with EPF of Employees Contribution @12%+Employers Contribution @3.67%. A/c. No.10 Employers contribution @ 8.33%, A/c. No. 21 @ .5% on Basic Wages+DA+supply of food grains. Don't feel hesitate to call to 9885700350.

Bai,
Sathish



Quote:
Originally Posted by sbdeepa View Post
Hi Friends

Pls let me know what should we fill in the coloumn in PF.Challan A/C.1
A/C.10
A/C.21

Regards
:confused:

jai bakshi - Contributing Member
hi all, i am attaching all calculation and challan which was posted by my friend MR DEEPAK SINGH, i thanks to deepak because he always post very good materials.


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