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I am looking for some guidence in terms of ESIC card usage, entitlement, like how much is the maximum coverage which an employee can use. can the employee use this card for any amount or is there a limit. is it a cashless treatment? do u have any document regarding the same.
thanks
Sonal

From India, Bangalore
hi arun see the esi & pf coululation collation thanx®ards R.l\Lenin
From India, Erode

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hi frnd PF- 12% for employee and 13.61% for employer ESI- 1.75% for employee and 4.75% for employer Professional tax which were deducted once in 6month only.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir, Please help me how to make lourna entries for PF,ESI and GRATUITY of college lectures in TALLY 9ERP
From India, Palakkad
For PF - Salary means Basic, DA, Cash value of any Food Allowance and any other allowance which is directly related with the cost of living of employees
Employees contribution will be 12% of their salary
Employer Contribution goes under 4 heads:
1. Employee Pension Scheme - 8.33% ofsalary or Rs. 541 whichever is lower. Out of the 8.33%, the amount above Rs. 541/- if any will go to provident fund
2. Provident Fund - 3.67% of salary. Here please note that the amount above 541/- will also be added
3. Employees Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme - Which is 1.10% of salary
4. Administrative Charges - which is .51%
Therefore altogether employer contribution comes to 13.61%
For ESI
Salary means Gross Salary including metro allowance but excluding laundry allowance, entertainment allowance etc.
Employee Contribution is - 1.75% of Salary rounded off to the next highest Ruppee. For eg. if 1.75% of gross salary is Rs. 52.10, then employee contribution will be Rs. 53
if the salary of an employee is more than 10,000 then we don't have to remit contribution for him towards ESI. But please note that remittances to ESI is counted as two contribution periods. ie April to September and October to March. If an employees salary is 9000 in April he has to remit ESI contribution. If in May he got a promotion and his salary in May is 11000 then also ESI should be deducted from him even though his salary is more than 10000. This should continue till the end of the contribution period ie up to September.
For Gratutity
Salary means Basic, DA, Cash value of any Food Allowance and any other allowance which is directly related with the cost of living of employees
It is paid to employees who had more than 5 years continuous service at the time of resignation, or to the employee at the time of his retirement, permanent disablement or death.
Calculation is Last drawn Salary * Number of years in Service * 15/26
Note that if an employee resigns after 5 years and 6 months, the number of years in service will be treated as 6 years. Otherwise, it will be treated as 5 years only

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