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Employee Provident Fund

Parent Category: Retirement Planning
A category for Employee Provident Fund, a retirement scheme for Private Sector Employees
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Check with your employer or visit the regional PF office. Alternately you can create an account for yourself in the EPF India website and check the status online
Contact your old employer for the status of the transfer request
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You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
For the employee - it will be added to his/her net income For the employer - it will be subtracted from their net income
You can check with your employer or visit the nearest regional epf office or check it online in epf india website
Yes, if you do before 5 years of service
For every employee 12% of his/her basic salary is deducted and contributed as Employee contribution of PF. Similarly another 12% is added by the employer and contributed as Employer contribution to PF
Go to epf india website and find out by registering using your epf account number
You can go to the EPF India website and create an account using your pf account number and once complete you can view your details online.
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Contact your Employer or check your PF Account statement, the EPF Establishment code will be there
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If he employs more than 20 people as permanent employees - Yes
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CONTRIBUTION The ESI Scheme is mainly financed by contributions raised from employees covered under the scheme and their employers, as a fixed percentage of wages. Present rates of contribution are as under:- (i) Employees' Contribution : 1.75 percent of wages (ii) Employers' Contribution ...
Employee Provident Fund is maintained by the EPFO India and it is not a bank. So, if you write any letter to any bank about EPF, nobody will respond to you
Rs. 720/- per month (12% of basic salary Rs. 6000)
There is no rebate on PF. You only get tax benefits for PF contributions equal to the amount contributed subject to an upper limit of 1 lakh.
Yes. CTC includes both Employee and Employer PF contributions
It depends on what your salary was and how much money you put into the EPF account every month. This question cannot be answered without that information
Contact your employer again or raise a Grievance with EPF Office
Go to the EPF India website, create an account using your PF Account details. Once done, you can check the status of your PF account online
If we transferred the pf fund, then we get the advantage of continuos period of 10 years of services, so that employee liable to take all the benefit under PF Act
You can check with regional pf office about this
Public Provident Fund is a scheme in which any Indian with a PAN card can invest and save money. Provident Fund is a scheme in which a person can join only through his employer. A portion of his salary would be deposited with the regional PF office on his name whereas in PPF you visit any...
None. There is no minimum basic salary. Whatever is the basic salary 12% of it goes towards pf.
EPF Is mandatory if you have at least 20 employees. All employees are eligible for EPF
As soon as one employs more than 20 people on a permanent basis
There is no such thing as an Employers provident Fund. There is only Employees provident fund and it is provided to help employees accumulate a retirement corpus
There are no taxes on pf contributions. However, withdrawals are taxable if done before completing 5 years
Try to personally visit and chase them up. Else raise a grievance with the regional EPF office
You need to first register in EPF India's website using your PF account details and once done, you can check your account balance as well as print out statements as you want
You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
If you have any old PF slip or payslip, check if you can find it. Else, contacting your old company is the only option.
Contribution refers to the amount of money that gets deposited into the pf account
Answer . Employee Provident Fund Office‎ Road No 7, Bandra East, Mumbai, Mumbai suburban, Maharashtra‎ - 022 26474444‎
Rs. 1140 (12% of your Rs. 9500 basic) from your salary + an equal contribution by your employer which may take Rs. 6500 as upper limit for basic
Get it from your employer or download from epf india website
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You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
In pakistan Provident fund should be deducted according to the rules that is very from 8% to 12%.. which also include the admin charges which are deducted from the fund which are 1.47% .
On the basis of the Basic Salary component that is part of the salary. The amount contributed is 12% of the basic salary from employee as well as an equal contribution by the employer
You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
Raise a Grievance with the regional PF Office
You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
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i working in Pvt.Ltd. company 3 year ago but i left the job but i have no pf number and i not submit my pf document in my company , can me get my PF number From Gajanan Sawant Nagpur . Do you have any salary slip or proof that you worked for that Pvt Ltd company? Do you have any proof that...
All the employees are entitled to receive PF from their employer if the employer has more than 20 employees
Talk to your employers finance department. They will be able to help you. Or, check your PF slip or statement. It will be there.
Yes, It is a legal obligation of the employer.
Usually 4 to 6 weeks if the PF is maintained with the regional PF Trust. If it is a private trust, then it might take longer
8.6% per annum compounded annually
Answer . Depends...on the plan...if it is "qualified" under the IRS rules or not AND if the contribution is within certain limits (as a percentage of income, etc.). Also, it is almost always TAXABLE...but generally not NOW. Which is to say it may not be taxable the year it was contributed, but...
No, you cannot. You will need your EPF Account number to check the balance online
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Yes you can. To know more details of when and how much you can, check the related links.
If you are currently employed - you cannot withdraw your pf money from your previous employer. You can only get it transferred. Withdrawal is only permitted if you are going to be unemployed for a period of at least 3 months after leaving a current job
The minimum amount is 12% of your Basic Salary There is no maximum amount. You can contribute any % of your salary into your PF corpus
No. All contributions to the Employee PF account are non-taxable. However, note that if you withdraw your PF corpus before completion of 5 full years of service, the amount withdrawn is fully taxable
You can check your office finance department and they should be able to give this to you. Most companies have an inhouse portal which contains employee information and you would be able to find details of your PF account in that too.
You have two options - You can ask your employer for the EPF Statement or you can register in EPF Office's website and view the same online
Check with the finance department of your employer. They will have it. Many companies print out your PF account number in yearly statements, check if you have it.
Submit a written withdrawal/refund request from the regional PF office where RIL would've maintained the PF accounts for all its employees.
Every Month a portion of your Salary is deducted towards EPF - This will be referred to as "Employee Contribution". Your employer too contributes a certain amount every month towards EPF - This will be referred to as "Employer Contribution". Employee Contribution: 12% of your Basic Salary + DA ...
You can withdraw money from your PF Account by submitting a written request to your nearest Provident Fund Office. Note: Your PF Account is not a bank account and you cannot withdraw money as and when you please. There are rules governing when and for what you can withdraw money from your PF corpus...
If you are no longer employed with the company that deducted the PF amount, you can visit them and submit a written request for PF withdrawal. If the company says that they would be unable to help with this, you can visit your nearest PF office and provide proof of employment with your previous...
First you must visit your previous employers and get a letter stating that PF was deducted from your salary and was remitted against a particular account. With this information, you need to take the details of your current PF Account and visit your nearest PF office and get them merged into one. ...
You can check your EPF balance from the finance department of your employer. Or, if you know your PF account number, you can check it online at the EPF website. Refer to the website in the related links section for details on how you can check it online.
Actually PF deductions with employee is 12% from Basic and contribution for PF by employer is 12% +1.61% Adminstration charges. So total percent given by an employer is 13.61% Employees complete 12% goes to PF account while employer contributions' 8.33% goes to Pension fund and 3.67% goes to PF...
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