Hi. Hi , Iam Shyamal , sir I just join the Perssonal Depat. & i dont know the PF Consept, its procedure, rules ? can u guide me? Thanks & Regards, Shyamal Zadpe.
From India, Aurangabad
hi, in pf lot of procudure are their u can contact ur neerest pf organisation for further clarification they will guide u difinately in pf lot of forms are their.
From India, New Delhi
hi, in pf lot of procudures are their, u can contact ur neerest pf organisation they will guide u how to make pf.
From India, New Delhi
trapti
7

Admin & Hr executive
Dear higher a PF consultant for your ORGANIZATION. you will get good expo while cordinating with him.
From India, Delhi
Hi,
Shyamal
Basicaly pf is dedcuted on below 6500/ basic salary and its 12% of Employees Contribution and 13.61 % of Employer Contribution. Forms Details are given below.
Form - 2 (Revised) For Nomination & Declaration Purpose.
Form 12 (A) Monthly Return.
Form -5 For Joining Details on monthly basis.
Form - 10 for Leaving Details on Monthly basis.
Form - 6 (A) Annual Return
Form - 3 (A)

From India, New Delhi
vishwanathsavula
19

Human Resources
Hi Shyamal,
Please go through the EPF Act, 1952.
Later you may browse the info on EPFO
and then still you need any clarification you can post here.
Many HR professional are there in this forum to help you.
Regards,
Vishwanath

From India, Hyderabad
Kirankumarkc
2

HR Ex
Dear Sham, Please find attached PF basic information details. with regards Kiran Kumar K C
From India, Hyderabad

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File Type: doc PF details.doc (31.0 KB, 2133 views)

Dear All, Hope you will be get better IDEa! herewith attach PF Calculator.


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File Type: xls PF!.xls (64.5 KB, 2417 views)

Hello Sir,
Four months back i resigned from my previous company & joined in my new company. I didn't withdraw my old PF. But now i just want to withdraw my PF. Kindly advice me. What is the procedure

From India, Bangalore
hi friend i want very need only PT(prof.tax)deduction in the salary sheet format.and pay slip format.....
From India, Pune

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