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As askd by sme of my HR felloz regarding forms and Rate of interest. Pls find the following details.
Form No. Purpose

13 (revised) For transferring the Provident Fund account of a member from one establishment another establishment covered under the act / scheme

19 To be submitted by a member to withdraw his Provident Fund dues on leaving service/retirement/termination.
10-C For claiming - Refund of Employer share.( with form no.19)
10-D To be submitted by the first claimant i.e.- member or - widow/widower or- orphan nominee as the case may be
31 For the use of Provident Fund members to avail advances / withdrawals as provided in the scheme
Rate of interset : 8.5%

From India, Pune
Dear Abhi, Could you tell me something about the withdrawal of PF fund. Which part can be withdrawn and what are the necessities to withdraw. Thanks & Regards Rakesh Bisht

Dear Abhisekh Sir,

I am working in HR Dept. I am new to PF field. Cud you clear some of my doubts as under.

1. Is there any eligibility Age limit & for an employee for PF contributions & Pension contribution ? if, so. how much?

2. Wht about the deduction applicablility of PF & Pension for EEs. geting more than 6500 basic+da.

3. Wht about the deduction applicablility of PF & Pension for EEs. more than 58 yrs.

4. Our company has no basic limit for PF remittance purpose.

Kindly Help..
Regards.

Arabindo Patro.
09379187533

From India, Mumbai
heyii patro sure i ll send u .......asap...........nd thanx for ur appreciation...ur many queries will be solve pls read the total article..........and all other detail i ll send u .. thanx
From India, Pune
Hi Abhisek, Good and very usefull for all new comers, I would apprciate if you could focus on gratuity and benefits to employees. Regards, Ravi
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Mr.Abhi
If an employee is willing to contribute more percentage of amount to PF up to what limit he can contribute and what is the formalities to be met if an employee willing to contribute more percentage than 12%.If an employee whose salary is more than 6500/- month and not willing to contribute for PF is there any provision available for him for doing so.If So How?
Regards
Suman

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Abhi,
thanks a lot for the information u hv provided....
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From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Abhishek,
thanks a lot for ur PF calculation divisions and examples. Which really helped me and cleared my long days confusion and doubt. Once again thanks a lot for ur help.
Regards
Gopal.


From India, Mumbai
Hello,
Could you please let me know about the P.F. registration rules at the earliest..
1) Is it that if the co. has flat 20 employees - registration is mandatory irrespective of basic
OR
2) Is it that employees whose basic is < 6500, if such 20 employees are on roll then we have to register for PF
OR
Is it that now the 6500 slab is revised to Rs. 10,000 for the IT sector.
Could you please give me details of any site which will give latest PF rules.
Your help would be of great significance.
Thanks,
Shalene

From India, Mumbai
As per new amendment, 10 employees then registration is memdatory, current maximum Basic+DA limit is Rs.6500/-PM one can take permission to pay above 6500/-p.m.
The slab for IT sector I belive is the same.

From India, Ahmadabad

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