Pf Annual Return For 2011-2012 - CiteHR
Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Rana_rahul
Administation Executive
K.P.Mohanasundaram
Manager - Administration & Hr
Abhaykgoel
Manager-hr
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Dear All,
This is Rahal Rana again, first of all i am truly thank full to you all seniors who help me out again & again.
I've 1 confusion regarding PF annual returns submission for 2011-2012 that can i submit the return in excel format like my previous years i.e. form 3A, 6A in excel format or if no, then what is procedure to fill it......?
kindly help me before the last date of return submission i.e. 25th April.
Thanks & Regards,
Rahul Rana
07838861690

Dear Rahul, You will submit your return in previous year excel format, as you already submit in the year 2010-2011.
Dear Rahul, Please note that the Last date for submission of Annual return 3A,6A is 30th April instead of 25th i.e 30days after completion of contribution period. regards,
Thanks to all for their valuable comments, that was really help me out and my specially thanks to Mr. Gautam who really help me.
Mr. Abhay, Mr. Gautam was told me, we have to submit the return for current ie 2011-12 from e-return tool. took print out of form 3A & 6A & the txt format convert in to the CD then hand over to pf dept., hard copies are for our records.
I think I've to confirm this concern with the pf dept only, then keep you update.
but anyways thank you all.
Regards,
Rahul Rana
07838861690

Hi Rahul You can submit PF annual returns for 2012-13 as you were doing earlier. only for next period ie 2013-14 it is online submission.
Dear sir,
In our sub-regional office, they have instructed us to submit the returns (2011-2012) generated using e-Return Tool and submit the data in text file (.txt) and also as hard copy. They do not accept the regular type of returns. So confirm again with the concerned.

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