Can we put basic salary as the total payment to employees over the PF limit to avoid PF contributions?
Like. Paid 30000 in total and consider it as basic salary so that no pf contribution required.
Is there any law or decision contrary to this or any provision dealing it.
6th May 2019 From India, Bengaluru
I am not able to understand why the poster is so hell bent in avoiding EPF contribution?
Whether consolidated like the example cited in the post or componential, when the monthly wages/salary is Rs.15000-00 or below, EPF contribution has to be calculated on all components other than HRA and the employee's share to be deducted and paid to the EPF along with the employer's contribution. When the salary is above Rs.15000-00 pm, the employee, if he is not already a contributor to the fund, goes automatically out of the coverage of the Act. Here, the gross monthly wages/salary has to be taken as a single package for the purpose of application of the EPF Act,1952 and not in terms of components. Therefore, such an exercise is an unnecessary one and it would have its repercussion in the calculation of the other terminal benefit of statutory gratuity.
6th May 2019 From India, Salem
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