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Hi All,
Please some one help me to give employer PF & Employer admin charges break up for the below Salary.

Gross Salary : 22000, Basic: 7700; PF Employer:? PF Admin Charges:?
Gross Salary : 40000, Basic: 14000; PF Employer:? PF Admin Charges:?
Gross Salary : 16000, Basic: 5600; PF Employer:? PF Admin Charges:?
Gross Salary : 30000, Basic: 10500; PF Employer:? PF Admin Charges:?

if the employee voluntarily contributing 24% PF, Iemployer also need to Contribute 24%?
11th October 2017 From India, Chennai

Employer share of EPF Contribution@12% on Basic Salary as mentioned by you in your Post
Employer Share of EPF Admn charge @0.65% on Total EPF Wages
if the employee voluntarily contributing 24% PF-How Employee can contribute to EPF @24%? IS IT WITH THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF EPF Department, Please elaborate
11th October 2017 From India, New Delhi
Hi SRINATH SAI RAM

Thanks for taking your time to reply

I wanted to know how to handle if the employees are willing to contribute 24% instead of regular 12%, we have not yet approached the EPF depart regarding that
12th October 2017 From India, Chennai
Dear Sir, Regarding paying of contributions over and higher than the fixed one, is not allowable by the PF department. If at all, the candidate wants to contribute, he has to take prior permission both from the employer as well as the Provident Fund Department and then only it can be done. In case, if every thing goes OK, the employer need not pay the contributions at the higher rate what the candidate is opting, which please note. Hope this will suffice your query.
Yours, K.RAMA MURTHY, BELLARY (KARNATAKA)
12th October 2017 From India, Kurnool
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