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Sumitk.saxena
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Natraj@sakthimanagement.com
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Sripadhr
Dy.manager - Hr & Admin
Nanjegowda
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Dear All, Pl. find the attached circular issued by the EPFO removing the grace period of 5 days for remitting EPF contributions. The same is effective February '16.
9th January 2016 From India, Karimnagar

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EPFO has been allowing us grace period of 5 days for payment of PF. However, now the grace period will not be allowed. Circular dated 8.1.2016 in this regard is attached for reference. Thanks
9th January 2016 From India, Malappuram

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Dear HR Leader's
Please find the enclosed circular issued by the EPFO for removing the grace period of 5 days for remitting EPF contributions.
The same is effective February '16.
With Thanks and Best Regards
Nanjegowda
9945282846
9th January 2016 From India, Bangalore

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Dear All
It is sad and bad that the EPFO is suddenly withdrawing the long established practice of allowing five days of grace period without any valid reasons. The practice is in vogue for over 50 years and EPFO is not losing any amount by allowing the grace period being used occasionally by some employers. Even now due to frequent Bank strike, network problems in the Banks, many employers are unable to remit the dues in time. EPFO should be strongly represented by all Employers Forums / Association that the existing practice should not be withdrawn.
Moreover as pointed out by EPFO, most of the work is being done by the employers electronically and therefore there is no valid reason to collect huge Administrative charges from employers.and EPFO should also be requested not to collect any Administrative charges.
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Sakthi Management Services
10th January 2016 From India, Bangalore
nice updation and also a warn signal to employer to deposit the contribution on time rather face legal consequences. Thanks & Regard, From, Sumit Kumar Saxena
10th January 2016 From India, Ghaziabad
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