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Dear All,
I m working in a pvt ltd company. my company want to start the PF from 1 April 2014 ,so what is the procedure to get this and we want to deduct the PF from employees salary from this also so is it possible to do this if we ar enot registered for the PF.

Dear Priyanka,
Greetings of the day !
You can deduct the amount from salaries if employment strength is equal or more than 20.
Also note that application for registration should be submitted with concerned PF Office of your area.
Please feel free to contact.
Mahesh Kumar Pandey
Mobile: 9716649807

Thanks SIr,
How much time it takes in registration process as we want to deduct the pf amount from april month salary . Can we deduct pf from the salary and deposit the amount onc ewe get the registration.

Dear Priyanka,
Registration process takes 15-30 days, subject to completion of required documents for registration.
Also you can deduct PF amount from salaries of employees and submit with EPFO after getting registered with the Department.
Mahesh Kumar Pandey
Mobile: 9716649807

The Act is applicable from the date an estt. Fulfils the statutory requirements.Its not the wish of employer to start deducting PF from the date of choice.So pl. check up as to when your company employed 20 or more persons including contractor / casual/ daily wager employees. Also to ensure that your company/ estt. is not a unit/ branch of an already covered estt..
For coverage, pl.go online on the website of EPFO
AK Chandok
RPFC (Retd.)

I second Mr. Chandok's view, PF registration is not as per the wish of the company/employer but as per the statute of the Act. As mentioned please check when 20 person were on roll, the PF applicability starts from such date.
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