Ajesh.Kumar Started The Discussion:
Employee 12%
(Basic wages, dearness allowance, cash value of food concession and retaining allowances if any)
Employer 13.61%
Contribution:
3.67% = Provident Fund (A/c No.1)
8.33% = Pension Fund (A/c No.10)
0.5% = EDLIS -Employees Direct Linked Insurance Scheme (A/c No.21)
Administrative Charges:
1.10% of emoluments = Provident Fund (A/c No.2)
0.01% of emoluments = EDLIS (A/c No.22)
Total 25.61%
20th March 2008 From India, Mumbai

sir what are the allowances are included for PF contribution or definition of wages for the PF dediction. ramesh
18th June 2009 From India, Madras
Please solve my problem
My basic salary Rs. 41000/
so What is the PF CONTRIBUTION of Employees & Employer
Employee 12%
=41000*12% =4920
Employer 12.00%
Contribution:
3.67% = Provident Fund (A/c No.1) ???
8.33% = Pension Fund (A/c No.10) ???
0.5% = EDLIS -Employees Direct Linked Insurance Scheme (A/c No.21) ???
Administrative Charges:
1.10% of emoluments = Provident Fund (A/c No.2) ???
0.01% of emoluments = EDLIS (A/c No.22) ???
Total 25.61%
18th June 2010 From India, Pune
Re: PF CONTRIBUTION
Please solve my problem
My basic salary Rs. 41000/
so What is the PF CONTRIBUTION of Employees & Employer
Employee 12%
=41000*12% =4920
Employer 12.00%
Contribution:
Someone told me Can this is Right
3.67% = Provident Fund (A/c No.1) 4379/- ( 4920-541 = 4379)
8.33% = Pension Fund (A/c No.10) 541/- (on Rs.6500*8.33%/-)
18th June 2010 From India, Pune
Baisc is 41000/-
then pf ded from salary is 4920 (12%)
employer share is 541 goes to fpf 8.33%
balance 4920-541= 4379 in your account no 1
so total amount in your pf accoun is 9299 and fpf amount is 541 simple
for further 9818785678
18th June 2010 From India, Faridabad
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