Dear Seniors.
Greetings for the day
We all are aware that as per amendment in section 192A of I.T. Act, from 01/06/2015 on wards TDS provisions will be applicable on settlement of claims prior to 5 years. Hence in the interest of workers, all employers are requested to guide their employees to get PF dues transferred to their new/present accounts instead of final settlement. Accordingly, employers should fill Form no. 13 instead of Form no. 19 to avoid payment of income tax. This will facilitate employees to get pension and EDLI benefits to their family members upto Rs. 3,60,000/-.Notification enclosed for the reference.
23rd May 2015 From India, Ghaziabad

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Dear all, Enclosing the form 15G & 15H for the reference. Thanks & Regards, From, sumit kumar saxena
4th July 2015 From India, Ghaziabad

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Dear friends,
EPFO issued circular clarifying aspects re: TDS on balances/transfer of balance(accumulation) in employees' EPF a/cs and 5 yrs."Continuous Service" to qualify for exemption from TDS. The circular dt.20.5.2019 is attached for your guidance/ref.
25th May 2019 From India, Bangalore

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