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ReethaN
Hi, we have one employee. She had worked in 2022 and her PF was getting deducted in her previous organization. Now she joined our company and her basic salary is above Rs.15000/-. Can she opt out of PF? If yes, then which form to be filled. Pls guide. Its urgent.
From India, Pune
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

If the employee is already a contributing member to PF then PF should be deducted even though Basic is above 15000/- but PF can be limited @ Rs.15,000/-. However if the Member is already not a contributing member to PF then no need for PF deduction. But collect EPF Form 11 duly signed by the employee.

From India, Madras
ReethaN
Hi, thanks for the reply Vmlakshminarayanan. In our company her deduction has not started, but while in her earlier company there was PF deduction. So would it be ok if she opts out of PF in our organization?
From India, Pune
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi, If the employee is already a contributing member to PF then PF should be deducted even though Basic is above 15000/- but PF can be limited @ Rs.15,000/-.
From India, Madras
sompal007
1

EPF is a social security benefits if any one is contributing in EPF in previous organization then by new organization cant be stoped employee social security benefits.
She will be continue in EPF even her PF wages is more than 15,000/-

From India, Chennai
KK!HR
1530

As far as PF subscription is concerned, the statutory provision is that once you are a member then you have to continue to be so, though the PF contribution can be limited to the statutory limit (Rs. 15,000/- PM). There is no escape.
From India, Mumbai
ashavasanth
1

Hi, in or organization all the employees basic+Da is more than 15000,in this case pf deduction is mandatory.
From India, Bangalore
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