Executives, I working in small concern as HR executive in tirupur. We are provide weekly wage for workers. anybody can explain the monthly PF calculation method for weekly wages.
From India, Coimbatore

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Whether you pay wages monthly or daily or weekly .deduct 12% of the wages paid.If weekly wages payable/paid if converted into monthly is more than Rs 15000/-then he can be exempted subject to other conditions.
Varghese Mathew

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Aravind HRM,
You have weekly wage system and you want to know how to calculate PF contribution monthly.
Answer is very simple.
You need to add the wages and contribution of all the weeks in a month and make a monthly statement of wages and contribution. On the basis of this monthly statement, upload the ECR.

From India, Mumbai
Dear friends,
You may go thru' these links & attachments for further clarifications on 'what is wages' for EPF purposes.
One is our learned member Madhu T.K. and other a compilation from sources:
And 'Due date' for payment of EPF Contribution w.r.t. daily/weekly rated wages.

From India, Bangalore

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File Type: docx Basic wages & allw.-Madras High Court ruling on the applicability of Provident Fund.docx (43.1 KB, 274 views)
File Type: doc PF-WAGES-DEFINE.doc (37.0 KB, 226 views)
File Type: docx Due Date for payment of Employee Provident Fund.docx (15.1 KB, 178 views)

Epfo org how to calculate for edli in employees ( that is i am want die to person above 15,000 or below 15,000) how much amount get for family side
From India, Tiruppur
Dear Vignesh,
Your spelling mistakes frighten us. Let me understand your query itself. You want to know how much is the EDLI contribution, what is limit to join and what/how much is the benefit to family. Am I right ?

From India, Bangalore

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