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Dear Somasundaram,
Once an organization starts employing 20 or more need to be covered under EPF &MP Act, employer shall submit coverage proposal giving the list of employees on rolls and the EPF organization shall allot the code number.
After the code number is allotted the pf contributions are remitted towards the employees eligible for pf and need not pay pf for all the employees on rolls.
Regards
PRATAP

From India, Chennai
Dear Sundaram,
You have cleared that once Rs. 15000/- limit crosed no need to go for ESI. At the same time once Rs. 6,500/- is crossed no need to go for PF. The
But in case of PF , continuty is to be followed whereas in case of ESI, Medical allowance or other medical aid will take place. For a new employee whose salary is fixed above Rs. 6,500/- , though the company is registered with PF is it necessary to contribute PF ?
Hrkpati,

From India, Guwahati
Dear Sundaram
ESIC is not applicable for 15000
PF is not applicable for more than 6500 is basic but once it is already deducting than it is compulsory to deduct but ceiling limit is 6500. in case of a person whose PF was deducting in last company but if he join a new company where PF is not applicable than form 11 is compulsory and a statement is required from that person + permission from PF Department..
if anyone can clarify it more..
as per my knowledge, this is the right......

From India, Rajkot
As per the PF rules if an employee already a member of pf then the new company has to make PF contribtion for Rs 6500/- that is Rs 780/- pm. If is he is not a member then he will be exempted.
From India, Coimbatore
Dear Mr. Soma,
As per Employees Provident fund act below mentioned conditions are applicable:-
1. In case a new employee's Basic salary is more than Rs. 6500/-
A. If he is an existing member of Provident fund, PF deduction is compulsory.
B. If he has already withdrawn his provident fund and not a member of Provident fund - we have to get the form no. 11 filled (find the attachment) from the employee and then PF deduction can be avoidable.

2. In case a new employee's Basic salary is less than Rs. 6500/- Provident fund deduction is compulsory.
Please note:-
Once an employee is become a member of Provident fund, Provident fund deduction is compulsory even if his Basic salary crosses the limit of Rs. 6500/- after increment or promotion.

From India, Ahmedabad
dear mr. kamlesh,
you have written that the point B as follows:-
B. If he has already withdrawn his provident fund and not a member of Provident fund - we have to get the form no. 11 filled (find the attachment) from the employee and then PF deduction can be avoidable.
Further you have written as follows:-
Once an employee is become a member of Provident fund, Provident fund deduction is compulsory even if his Basic salary crosses the limit of Rs. 6500/- after increment or promotion.
please clarify what's the rule. thanks.
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From India, Pune
Hi,
I totally agree with sundar, once an employee's PF is deducted it has to be continued, it is not like ESI.
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From India, Delhi
This answer is not relevant to my querry. I need what are all the allowances exempted for calculating pf or pf wages. Kindly post or locate the answer for this query. V.Suresh
From India, Chennai

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