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PF return filing for employer is compulsory if:
Annual returns of PF is a must and it has to be filed by the 30th of April every year.
Form 3A and Form 6A are the two forms used to file annual Provident Fund return.
About PF Return
In India, PF registration is mandatory for employers who have more than 20 employees in their organization. The contributions for Provident Fund are made both by the employer and the employee every month. EPF expert team of DigitalFilings will help you to file error-free EPF return before meet the due date.
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Details required for PF return
Name of employee.
Name of the father or husband.
Date of leaving service.
Reason for leaving service.
The most fundamental benefit of the Provident Fund is to cover the risks employees and their dependents that may arise due to retirement, an illness or their demise.
There are certain unanticipated occasions like marriage or other family occasions, any mishappening or illness that requires urgent finance. The PF amount can be of great help.
One of the most important aspects of the Provident Fund account that it’s steady and transferable. It can be carried forward to any other place of employment.
Apart from the employee’s 12% contribution towards EPF, an equal amount is contributed by the employer, which includes 8.33% towards Employee Pension Scheme (EPS).
Employee Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme
This scheme is for all the PF account holders. According to it, 0.5% of the salary is deducted from the life insurance premium in this scheme.
When it comes to signatures, authenticity and security is a priority. Digital signatures reduce the risk of duplication or alteration of the document itself.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is PF return?
All employers who have PF registration are necessary to file returns on a monthly basis. The filing of returns has to be done by the 15th of each month through unified portal. During the working tenure, employee and employer both contribute 12 % of the basic salary of employee into EPF account.
How can I return my PF?
The employers who have PF registration madatory file returns on a monthly basis. The filing of returns must be completed each month. The forms used for filing these returns are- Form 3A and Form 6A.
What is PF return monthly?
All employers having PF registration are responsible to file returns on a monthly basis. The filing of returns must be completed by the 15th of each month through unified portal. During the working tenure, employee and employer both contribute 12 percent of the basic salary of employee into EPF account.
Is PF mandatory for salary above 15000?
Yes, it is mandatory to have an EPF account by the employer for the employees who have a basic salary plus dearness allowance is up to Rs. 15,000. And those who are earning beyond Rs. 15,000 is not compulsory but may contribute voluntarily.
What is ECR in PF?
ECR stands for Electronic Challan cum Return. It is an electronic monthly return to be uploaded by employers through the Employer e-Sewa portal. The approval of uploaded ECR will result in the generation of a Challan using which the employer has to remit the dues through online payment.
How is the Provident Fund calculated in Excel?
Suppose (Basic Salary + Dearness Allowance) = Rs 50,000 monthy. Now the contributions of the employee and the employer are made. Employee’s contribution towards EPF = 12% of Rs 50,000 = Rs 6000. Employer’s contribution towards EPS = 8.33% of Rs 50,000 = Rs 4165