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EPF Registration


Every Company/Organisation employing more than 20 individual (contractual and/or permanent) is required to get compulsory registration. There is also provision for voluntarily registration if the organisation does not match the minimum strength limit. A Compulsory registration is required to be done within one month of reaching the limit of 20 individuals.

Benefits of Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) Registration


Accumulations

Accumulation plus interest upon retirement, resignation, death.

Withdrawal

Partial withdrawal allowed for specific expenses such as house construction, higher education, marriage, illness etc.

Insurance

According to revised scheme payment of benefit amount to be 20 times of the wages or based on the deposit in the Provident Fund, which ever is less.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION


Companies/ Organisation employing more than 20 individual (contractual or permanent) is compulsory required to get them registered. Any company/ organisation employing less 20 individual may get them voluntarily registered with Provident Fund authority.
  • Copy of partnership deed if the company is a registered partnership firm
  • A copy of the Certificate of incorporation for a Public or Private Limited Company. This should be issued by the Registrar of Companies
  • Societies should furnish a copy of their registration certificate
  • Public and Private Limited Companies need to submit a copy of memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Societies should furnish a copy of the rules and objects of the society
  • Public and Private Limited Companies need to submit a copy of memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Societies should furnish a copy of the rules and objects of the society
  • All legal documents which might be required under the Income Tax Act
  • PAN details of company
  • Partition deed
  • Proof of incorporation – first sales invoice/ license issued by competent authorities
  • Salary details of employees
  • Balance sheet details
12% of the basic salary deposited in provident fund account is contributed by employers, whereas out of employee contribution of 12%; 3.67% is contributed to provident fund and 8.33% is submitted in Pension scheme..
Only interest accrued on 60% of the contributions to the Employee Provident Fund after April 1, 2016 will be taxed while the principal amount will remain tax exempt.

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