rajeevdixit
111
HR , Personnel & Admin

Hi friends
Can any one put some light on Rs.6500/- PF deduction limit?
Few companies cut PF only upto 6500/- and few cut even quite more ahead of that.
what is the exact rule ?
please urgent
Rajeev Dixit

From India, Bangalore
malikjs
161
GM (HR)

dear
as per law whose basic and DA is upto 6500 ,PF has to be deducted
but after that it is choice of employer to deduct or not to deduct.
if once someone become member of PF than he will remain member of PF>
tks
j s malik

From India, Delhi
rajeevdixit
111
HR , Personnel & Admin

Thanks Mr.Mallik,
Please dnt mind i have one more doubt here. As you said after 6500/- its a choice of the employer in that case upto what amount he can cut ?
suppose my basic + DA is 20,000 per month can employer cut on it the PF amount of 12% ?
regards
Rajeev Dixit
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From India, Bangalore
mahesh_nlr
2
HR & ADMIN

Yes, they can do that. If the company want to continue PF beyond basic limit of Rs.6500/-, they can continue deducting. with regards, Mahesh
From India, Madras
suraj007 HR assistant
No It Is All Depends On Employee Consent. If You Are Not Ready To Cut Pf On Basic &da (20000) Then There Is No Law To Cut It From Your Salary. Sonu
From India, Delhi
Hi,
Up to Rs6500,it is must for employer to deduct and employee have to cotribute.But Above Rs 6500 it is upon the employer they want to deduct or not.But if basic +DA of the employee is above Rs 6500 and employer ready to deduct ,the employee can refuse to opt PF.But once his PF deducted then he can not refuse.
Thanking you
Kumar

From India, New Delhi
k.sairamu
3
HR Consultant

Hi all,
but in my company for an employee whose basic is Rs.10000/- (Gross is20k) for them they are deducting Rs.1200/- which is employee contribution, but employer contribution is Rs.541 for employee pension and pf is Rs. 659. this is what followed in our company.
regards,
Sai

From India, Pune
Sai, Employer contribution inturn is divided into two sections. One is Provident Fund(3.67%) & Employee Pension Scheme(8.33%).
From India, New Delhi
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