Satyam.hr
Human Resource And Labour Laws
Narayanan Hariharan
Sr.manager -hr
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Labour Laws, Trg & Development, Pms
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Dear Friends,
Here is a nice ppt on provident fund full detail. Check it down.
friends there is a correction in the presentation due to mistake....
Employee full contribution will go to the PF fund, from Employer's 12%, 8.33% will go to pension fund (subject to max amount 541 Rs) and remaining amount will go to PF fund

From India, Mumbai

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Dear Friend,
Most of the points have been covered in this ppt. However, can anybody send us the actual calculation of Pension received after retirement.
Say : PF salary ; Rs.6,500/-
Date of joining : 2007
Date of retirement: 2021
As the awareness of the actual calculation is very less among the PF subscribers and even at HR/Personnel Dept., it is requested, if anybody can share the working and the quantum of pension eligible at the time of retirement on the above details.
Regards,
satishkumar

From India, Mumbai
Dear Satyam,
there is a correction in the presentation.
Employee full contribution will go to the PF fund, from Employer's 12%, 8.33% will go to pension fund (subject to max amount 541 Rs) and remaining amount will go to PF fund.
Nirat

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Satyam,
there is a correction in the presentation.
Employee full contribution will go to the PF fund, from Employer's 12%, 8.33% will go to pension fund (subject to max amount 541 Rs) and remaining amount will go to PF fund.
This is for the sake of all who found this informative.
Thanks
Nirat

From India, Hyderabad
good informative one. can anybody clear my doubt? ''do the percentages of contributions and others change over time? if yes, on what basis? who will change?" ......please......
From India, Madras
Mr. Sathyam,
Very Nice PPT. For a new establishment and beginners it would be a great support on account of EPF. Except a small correction in the contributions side on 8.33% a clause of max amount restricted to rs.541/- and the balance will go to PF account along with 3.67%. This will be the great to All HRians.

From India, Madras
hi, useful for the freshers in the personnel department and who is handling compliance activities. Good work. keep it up. Regards Hariharan N
From India, Madras
Dear Satyam
Its very informative slide show.
Main features of the PF Act are narrated by you.
One More area could be added like payment of PF dues to Govt. Trausury into various A/cs no. 1,2,10,21 & 22 thru Challan.
Any ways, it was The Best.
Thank you
Chandrakant V Haryan

From India, Mumbai
Under which section examption is allowed for PF who’s salary is more than Rs. 6501/- Is their written permission needs to be taken from staff.
From India, Pune
Yes I agree with Mr Nirat. Out of Employer’s contribution 3.67% will go to PF and 8.33% will be in Pension fund.
From India, Pune

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