Dear HR Leader's,

Please refer herewith enclosed " Latest Amendments in PF and EDLI " for your professional reference.

Summarised version of the four attachments:

1. Amendment to Para 26A etc: Pertains to withdrawal. Under Para 68NN, a member had the option to withdraw upto 90% of total accumulations one year before superannuation or 54 years. By this amendment, 54 years is replaced by 57 years. A new Para 68NNNN has been inserted by which if an employee ceases working, then if not employed for more than 2 months continuously, can withdraw 90% of his/her contribution with interest. This 2 month waiting period does not apply to a female member who has ceased employment for marriage, pregnancy or child birth. Finally, under Para 69, the full amount in that member’s account could have been withdrawn on retirement after attaining 55 years. 55 years is now replaced by 58 years. No member would withdraw because they would stand to lose out employer contribution.

2. Applying to banks: Will apply to all banks who employ 20 or more if they were not covered under Contributory Provident Fund or any other similar scheme.

3. Introducing Incentive Refund Scheme: This modified scheme encourages employers to comply with seeding all details of employees by providing Form 11, Aadhar, bank details, UAN activation etc. This scheme, introduced for the calendar year 2016, refunds 10% or 5% of admn. charges if the employer attains, at the end of every quarter, a certain % of seeding all details of employees is maintained.

4. ICICI policy in lieu of EDLI: The ICICI Pru-Group Term Plus policy has been approved by the PF as a policy if EDLI exemption is sought. This is in addition to other insurance policies issued by LIC, Kotak etc.

With Thanks and Best Regards



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From India, Bangalore

Attached Files (Download Requires Membership)
File Type: pdf PF 10 Feb 2016 amendment to paras 26A, 68NN, 68NNNN, 68O and 69.pdf (135.8 KB, 2346 views)
File Type: pdf PF 10 Feb 2016 applies to banks employing 20 or more and not covered by CPF etc.pdf (92.6 KB, 760 views)
File Type: pdf PF 10 Feb 2016 Incentive Refund Scheme of Admn charges of 10 or 5 percent in year 2016.pdf (112.8 KB, 1026 views)
File Type: pdf PF policy of ICICI in lieu of EDLI 11 Feb 2016 notification.pdf (386.6 KB, 1112 views)

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Dear Sir,
I've a query.
Earlier, an employee, two months after leaving a job, can withdrawal both 100 % of employee & employer share.
Is it now change to 90% of employee share only?
I'll be greateful, if you could clarify.
With thanks.
Talwinder Singh

From India, Chandigarh
Vidyesh Kul

Dear Seniors, As per the amendment 3, "refund of admin charges" check the comparison between criteria of both options and sample computation sheet. Please review.
From India, Mumbai

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Waheed Kazi
Hi All,
i have joined new organization and it is a new set up,can somebody guide me with the PF process, what forms are to be filled and who all are eligible. A complete guide for the process is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

From India, Mumbai

In case of resignation before 58 years of age, member can withdraw his share contribution only and the companies share will be paid with interest after he attains the age of 58 years. Therefore, it would be wise if the member transfers his PF from their erstwhile employer as in this case, both the shares i.e Employees and Employers will be transferred.
From India, Mumbai
Siva NGA
Still now in chennai EFPO office partial withdrawal submission is in effect only. Kindly conform from when onwards this amendment (10th feb 2016) comes into full effect in process.

From United States, undefined
Dear Mr. Nanjegowda, I have initiated a thread to address my query of some similar lines as stated by u here. If u can pls. take some time & trouble to precisely reply my query there. NIRAVKB
From India, Ahmedabad

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