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Dear Bhaskar, Saji, Bhuwan, Vivek & Rupali,
Thank you for your valuable information and advice on my query....
Will explain the rules to our employee and proceed accordingly...
With Best Regards,

From India, Bangalore
Dear All
This is common nowadays , the person resigned for PF withdrawal can continue work with the organisation without any record , pay him cash till the time he gets re-appointed , don't take him in wages .

From India, Jamnagar
I could not understand how come a HR personnel guide the employee to withdraw PF, while they require the employee to serve them also. At the most the employee will get 1 month salary against 1 year PF withdrawal, can't the HR convince the management instead, and help the employee in getting Salary advance or Staff loan instead of advising employee to withdraw PF.
If the HR help/guide employees the right way, it will be beneficial to the employer too wherein the productivity of the employee will be more if they get a little bit help on their personal life.

From India, Ahmadabad
Dear ALL, Very important information attached. always remember to get your full PF amount you need to be a member for 10 yrs min. pls go through file attached. Br, Sohail
From India, Mumbai

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File Type: pdf 10 FACT YOU NEED TO KNOW OF EPF[1].pdf (101.8 KB, 139 views)

Dear all
Can you please share the PF act or rules section or para those indicate the same situation.where it is mentioned.
My question is there that X employee resigned and we clear his all dues on same day. After 15 day we reliesed that he is our assist and we decide to rejoin. Now what happened in this case. Can we issue new PF number
Can we consider him in old number
Request to all of you please share the sections or para in PF act or rules regarding the same case. Also share the para where written that 60 days of waiting period required for transferred or withdrawal the PF amount.
Ajay sharma

From India, Palampur
Dear Ajay,

If an employee rejoins the same organization after 15 days of resigning, then in this case New PF Number cannot be allotted to such employee. The Old PF A/c of that employee will be used to the purpose of PF Contribution submission.

Second thing, for transferring the old pf fund to new pf account, one need not to wait for 60 days period. It can be transferred any time after joining somewhere else. The interest in such cases will be accumulated till 3 years of non-active status.

Third thing, the declaration clause of non-employment is as follows:

"In the case of submission of application for settlement under clause (s) of sub-paragraph (i) and in clause (b) of sub-paragraph (2) of paragraph 69 of the EPF Scheme, 1952, the claim should be submitted after two months from the date of leaving service provided the member continues to remain unemployed in an establishment to which the Act applies". A snap-shoot of the declaration on the Form- 19 is also attached, plz. see.

Hope, this will clear your doubt. Cheers.

From India, Delhi

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File Type: jpg Declaration- EPF.JPG (71.1 KB, 97 views)

Hi Guys,
Need urgent help!
I was employed with company A for 1.5 years and i did not withdraw/transfer my EPF amount
then i worked with company B for one year, this time i withdrew my EPF
later i joined back in company A (currently working here) now they have opened a new EPF account for me.
So now i have 2 EPF accounts with the same company.
Is there a way that i can withdraw my previous EPF? or if i can tranfer funds from my old EPF to new one?

From India, Delhi
Join Same Company 2 Time 1 Time Leave Job and Pf is transfer Other company But Rejoin first Company pf number is not Creat new so Pf Portal showing Error your Claim is settle
1)Document Required Claim to My Pf ?
2)Company Letter Required?

From India, Mumbai

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