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Hi great fraternity,
I need all your valuable views.Please be a part of solution to my concern."Totally how many forms for PF".I would be more grateful to you all if you mention form number against the purpose of form
I hope for the best.
Thanks and Regards
Manikyam
Consultant-Recruiter
Hyderabad.

Dear manikyam, Please find all the forms related to PF listed are attached with the email. You can also find the information on the epfindia website Regards, Deepa

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Hi Praveen much thanks to you.I have gone through the address what U suggested to me and got stuff of the following.

Employees Provident Fund & Misc Provisions Act, 1952
Applicable to Establishments engaging 20 or more employees.
8 Form for registration under EPF – Form for Registration of EPF
8 Business Number Form – BN_Business_No_form_of_EPF
8 Form2 - Employee nomination to EPF – Form 2 for employee nomination to EPF
8 Form 3A – Contribution Cards for un-exempted establishments – Form 3A
8 Form 5A – Return of Ownership to be sent to the Regional Commissioner – Form 5A
8 Form 6A – Consolidated Annual Contribution Statement – Form 6A
8 Form 10 – Return of Members leaving service during the month – Form 10
8 Form 12A – Statement of Contribution for un-exempted establishments – Form 12-A
8 Form 31 – For advance from PF – Form 31
8 Form 13 – Application for transfer of EPF Account – Form 13 revised
8 Form 10C – Withdrawal of PF – Form 10 C
8 Form 10D - Withdrawal from Pension Fund – Form 10 D
8 Form 19 – Withdrawal of provident fund – Form 19
How to withdraw your Provident Fund amount (for employees)
This is one of the most disturbing question of employees leaving Organizations – ‘How do i get back my PF amount?’
Now that is more simple than it is usually conceived to be. The first question one needs to ask oneself is that ‘Do you really want to withdraw the PF saving or simply transfer it to the new PF account with the new Employer?’ If the new employer you joined with does not have a PF account or you in fact you decide to while away your time then you still have 2 options!!
Option 1 – Withdraw the PF amount using the following 2 Forms
  • Form 19 – For withdrawal of Provident Fund Amount
  • For 10 C – For withdrawal of Pension Amount; But now, if you have already put in more than 10 years of contribution in PF then what you need is Form 10 D instead to withdraw the Pension amount.
Option 2 – Opt for a scheme certificate in lieu of withdrawal and transfer it to the the PF account of your new employer you wish to join later.
Now if you don’t wish to opt for any of the above and you only want to transfer your PF account with the new employer, i would say that this is a wise decision because there is no saving account in India which gives you a better interest rate than PF and secondly you can later opt for loan for housing, marriage, etc too. Well if this is your decision, then it is Form 13 (Revised) that you need. Just fill in the said form, get your present employers (authorized signatory) signature and forward the same to your previous employer. The PF amount in your previous employers PF account would get transferred to your present PF account.
Now if you have quit your employer and are going to submit your PF withdrawal Form, this is what you need to do to know the status of your PF claim…… just jot down your mobile number on top of the Form 19 (PF withdrawal form). The PF department claims that this will help you in getting to know the status of your claim.

Regards
Manikyam.
Recruiter-Consultant.

I am new to the company in doing ESI & PF.I don’t know anything about that so kindly suggest me how I can handle this?
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