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Dear Mamta,
If an employee works on trainee or on rolls, he will be eligible for total PF amount i.e. Rs. 1200/- * 2 (employee+employer)+(*8.25% on the total the employee eligible amount given by PF Office)
might be it is Rs. 28,800 /- (2400*12 months) and interest Rs. 2376/- = Rs. 31,176/-
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Dear All,
May be you are all aware that now PF challans has to be paid through Online. And we need not to submit Form - 3A (contributions of individual employee), Form - 5 & 10 (additions & Deletions list), Form - 12A, and even need not to submit Annual Returns i.e. Form 6A & 3A.
Hello i want to know that my pf amount is calculated 54000/- in my pf statement and i left the job in last month so when i will be eligible for withdraw the pf amount and approx how much will i get please inform me
Good after noon all of you...pf calculet is basic salary 12%
Dear All,
I need one i clarification Regarding PF. one of our employee joined in our concern two year before(2014) , while he joining he didn't share his pf details and uan number for previous worked concern, we created new uan number. now he got the old pf number and uan number of previous concern. now employee asking whether its possible apply the pf from previous concern which i worked for 3 years on there ? where it possible for apply pf now which worked (2011-2014).
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