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To prashant_patil, Dear Sir, Any legal issue in future in case of being defaulter, accordingly?
Dear mr.deepak,
it is true that your company has to be covered as and when your co's strength reached 20 & above inclusive of regular, contract, security even one time employee. Not knowing the act is not an excuse. It is the liability on the part of the principal employer eventhough whether the employee is in service or not. As and when the strength reached 20 u are a coverable unit. The waiver may be claimed if u have 20+ employees presently who have worked earlier and expressing their willings that their share has not been deducted from their monthly salary/wages and it is the decision of the r.c. To decide on this issue.

Dear Deepak2312,
I had faced similar difficulty previously where the PF Inspector had sealed all the bank accounts of the firm till the receipt of defaulted amount; and in my opinion it is the best practice and option for an employer to pay employees+ employers contribution for the default period. The additional respective challans for depositing the subject amount may be prepared and can be sent separately to concerned PF commissioners office alongwith monthly return; explaining the situation in details, and the issue can be closed once and for all.
Arun Dixit

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