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Provident Fund Contribution

Provident Fund (PF) is a periodic contribution by both the employer and the employee. The
contribution is towards a common fund. This is to ensure that the employee is financially
secure even after his employment. Provident Fund is applicable for all employers in India
having more than 20 employees.

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When is the due date for payment of PF – The due date for payment of PF is the 15th of each month. Delayed remittance of PF deposit will incur penalties

The employer must deposit a total of 12% or 10% of the employee wages towards PF on or before the date every month. For most establishments, the PF rate of 12% would be applicable.

Establishments with less than 20 employees to contribute to PF @ 10%.
Sick industrial company and declared as such by the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction.
 An establishment which has accumulated losses equal to or exceeding its net worth.
 Any establishment in following industries:
o Jute
o Beedi
o Brick
o Coir
o Guar gum Factories.

The contributions are payable on maximum wage ceiling of Rs 15000/- by employee and employer. However, an employee, at his option, can contribute at a higher rate. In such cases, the employer is not under any obligation to pay at such higher rate.

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