any one tell me which is the main difference between Jammu EPFO and rest of India.
Contribution of Jammu EPFO
if any industry already covered under The Employee's provident fund & Miscilleiouns Provision Act from -1987. in that case company new (project) introduce in jammu and kashmir than what is the legal openion.
From India, New Delhi
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I Think EPF Act is now regulated in J&k. But it may be for those companies having HO in J&K. By my opinion you have to deduct PF for employing in J&K Zone. But is it is better to check with any legal authority such as APFC or RPFC
From India, Nagpur
In Jammu and Kashmir Pension Component is not present. Secondly organisations already complying EPF act outside J AND K and now opening up operations in J AND K can continue to do so subject to getting of certification from Complying P.F. Office that contribution is been deposited at their office this certification would have to be desposited with P.F. authorities. J AND K.
When NOC is received from J AND K you shall have to submit administration charges to P.F. Authorities on monthly basis and maintain all compliance records which can be inspected by J AND K Authorities any time.
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From India, Ranchi
The contribution is 8.33% on Basic + Da if applicable (employee + employer share), Administration Charges (5% of Total Contribution) + EDLI (1% of Total PF able Wages).
(12% contribution is allowed)
The max ceiling is Rs 10000/- for the contribution and voluntary contribution can be added on.
The companies operating thru J&K should have their PF accounts as it is best practice as per legal compliance, this will help company from any inspector ill remarks and many comanies has started applying and contributing at J&K.
shivam_rajDear, Please tell me about annual return under J&K PF act. Format of 3a, 6a and period of return. with warm regards Shiv Mohan Singh
From India, Gurgaon
priju_johnsonIn Jammu and Kashmir there is another PF act and scheme is applicable called The Jammu and Kashmir Employees Provident Fund Act, 1961 and Scheme 1961.
every establishment who had 10 or more Employees need to get PF code. (w.e.f 25 Oct 12)
Pension contribution is included in the scheme.
12% from employee and Employer is to be deducted and submitted.
From India, New Delhi