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Dear All
Greetings of the season!
I have a question hope friends you will help me.
Q. After how many contributions (installments , days or working period) an employee can claim for employer share in PF?
Thanks
From India, New Delhi

Dear Mr. Mishra One has to complete atleast one month. Contribution from both side will be deposited at a time. Employee 12% Employer 3.76% ( 12 - 3.67% = 8.33 in Pension )
From India, Delhi
Re: Minimum contribution period to claim EPF (both employee and employer share)
Minimum contribution period for both shares is 6 months
AND MAXIMUM PERIOD IS 10 YEARS
BEFORE 6 MONTH AND AFTER 10 YEARS YOU CAN NOT CLAIM FOR EPS MONEY.
ALTOUGH YOU MAY CLAIM THE EPF MONEY i.e 12 %(EMPLOYEES) + 3.67%(EMPLOYER)
Sanjeev Kwatra
From India, Delhi
Dear Mishra,
The Employer and Employee share is deposited by the employer into the EPF account. In some cases the employer maintains a trust and in such a case both the shares are maintained in the trust.
Your question is
"After how many contributions (installments , days or working period) an employee can claim for employer share in PF?"
You can claim the PF contributions only when you resign from the services of the company. There is no minimum period, even if you have worked for one month and if the employer has deducted and contributed the shares to the EPF account, you can claim the money by submitting Form 19.
Regards,
M.V.KANNAN
From India, Madras
Minimum contribution period to claim EPF (both employee and employer share) Minimum contribution period for both shares is 6 months. Regards Udayakumar G 9443628322
From India, Madras
Dear All
Thanks for your reply. Please also mention, what an employee can do if employeer has not deposited the contribution or If there is any mistake in calculation by EPF.
Thx once again to all of you.
Kaushal Mishra
From India, New Delhi
Dear Kaushal, If an Employeer not deposited the Contribution.Employee may go for Labour court for his payment.Being an Employeer it is mandatory to deposit the contributions in time. Harish
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir, In my opinion, though one becomes member of EPF on the day of joining in an estt. over which EPF & MP Act 1952 is applicable, but in order to claim benefit, one must have deposition of contributions for at least one month by the employer along with timely submission of required returns for that period.
From India, Chandigarh
To claim pension share one has to complete 6 months in an organisation & for claiming pf amt. 1 month completion in an organisation will make him entitled to go for that when he resigns from the organisation .
- deepika
management trainee,
barak valley cements ltd.
From India, Calcutta
Dear sir please give some solution for my question i worked one pvt concern past 4 year i left the company without information how to claim my EPS
From India, Madras
Dear sir please give some solution for my question i worked one pvt concern past 4 year i left the company without information how to claim my EPF Thanks and Regards Muthukumaran
From India, Madras
If the Employer has defaulted in depositing its own share or both shares, Employer has violated the provisions of the law and the same id punishable. For this a complaint can be made to the RPFC and to the Labour Court.
Regarding the withdrawal of EPF, you are required to make a claim in Form 19, to be sent to RPFC through the employer where you served. In case Employer hesitate, you can get the same attested from a Magistrate and send the same directly to the RPFC for settlement.
You can download the form 19 at EPFO <link updated to site home>
From India, Chandigarh
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