Every organization shall be required to get itself registered under the provisions of the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act ‘1952 if it comprises of:
The establishment to which this Act applies shall continue to be governed by this Act, even if the number of employees falls below 20 at a later date. Further, an organisation may voluntarily opt to get itself registered under the provisions of the specified Act.
Obtaining all the relevant documents from the client.
Preparation and review of the application to be filed for registration.
Submission of document along with the filled application with the Authority.
Obtaining the certificate of registration of the organisation.
– Those organisations in which, 20 or more employees are working and any other organisations, which are notified by the Government.
– Both employer and employee 12% of the salary paid to the Employee.
– Employee having basic salary upto Rs. 15,000 p.m. shall need to contribute 12% of the basic salary as per PF act. However, beyond that, it is as per the discretion of the employee whether to be governed by the said provisions or not.
– Any establishment which has been covered under the Act once shall continue to be governed by the Act even if the number of persons employed therein at any time falls below 20.
– The due date of payment of PF to the credit of the Government is 20th of the succeeding month.
– Yes. The registered organisation shall also need to file the monthly and annual returns in form 12A, 6A and 3A.