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Provident fund ppt
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Provident fund ppt

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  • 1. THE EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS ACT, 1952
  • 2. OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE  The Employees’ provident Funds and Miscellaneous provisions Act, 1952 is enacted to provide a kind of social security to the industrial workers. The Act mainly provides retirement or old age benefits, such as Provident Fund, Superannuation Pension, Invalidation Pension, Family Pension and Deposit Linked Insurance.  The Act provides for payment of terminal benefits in various contingencies such as retrenchment, closure, retirement on reaching the age of superannuation, voluntary retirement and retirement due to incapacity to work.
  • 3. APPLICABILITY OF THE ACTAPPLICABILITY OF THE ACT To every factory employing 20 or more persons. Any establishment to which the Act applies shall continue to be governed by the Act even if the number of persons employed therein at any time falls below.
  • 4. The Employees’ ProvidentThe Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952Funds Scheme, 1952 Applicability : Every employee employed in or in connection with the work of a factory or other establishment covered by the schemes other than an excluded employee is entitled and required to become a member of the fund from the date of joining the factory or establishment.
  • 5. Excluded Employee :  An employee who, having been a member of the fund, has withdrawn the full amount of his contribution in the fund (a) on retirement from service after attaining the age of 55 years or (b) before migration from India for permanent settlement abroad; or for taking employment abroad  An employee whose pay at the time he is otherwise entitled to become a member of the Fund, exceeds Rs. 6,500/- per month.  A person who, is an apprentice, or who is declared to be an apprentice by the authority specified in this behalf by the appropriate Government.
  • 6. Contribution under EPFContribution under EPF Scheme,1952Scheme,1952 1. Employees : 12% on Basic + DA 2. Employer : (a) 3.67% on Basic + DA (b) Administrative Charges : 1.10% on Basic +DA 31 Jan 2015
  • 7. The Employees’ PensionThe Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995Scheme, 1995 Purpose: The purpose of the scheme is to provide for (1) superannuation pension, retiring pension or permanent total disablement pension to employees covered by the Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, and (2) widow or widower’s pension, children pension or orphan pension payable to the beneficiaries of such employees.
  • 8. ContributionContribution 1. Employee: Not required 2. Employer : (a) 8.33% on Basic + DA It is to be noted that where the pay of the member exceeds Rs. 6,500/- per month, the contribution payable by the employer will be limited to the amt. payable on his pay of Rs. 6,500/- only.
  • 9. Formalities under EPF ActFormalities under EPF Act  Employees have been appointed on salary ( Basic+ DA or Consolidated ) of Rs. 6500 or less or covered under the provision of the EPF Act, right from the day of commencement of their work. Employee can contribute more behind Rs.6500 similarly employer also at his discretion can do so but not mandatory  EPF Act is applicable to such of the establishments who are engaging 20 or more persons or had engaged 20 or more persons at any time during calendar year.
  • 10. Formalities under EPFFormalities under EPF ActAct Casual workers/ Temporary workers/ Probationary, even if they had performed work even for a day, are technically taken into account for the purpose of assessments of strength of 20 for the purpose of applicability of the act and are also covered under the act. Apprentices/ Trainees are excluded from the definition of employees.  Percentage of contribution to be deducted from employees contribution is 12% of his salary, namely Basic + DA , but does not include HRA, CCA, Incentive, Bonus, Washing allowance etc.
  • 11. Formalities under EPF ActFormalities under EPF Act  Employer contribution of 12% of the salary of employees is to be paid as under • 3.67% to be remitted in Account No.1 ( Employees Account) • 8.33% to be remitted in Account No.10 towards pension fund  In addition to 12% of the employer has to remit 1.61% paid as under • 1.10% Administrative charges in Account No.2 • 0.5% EDLI in Account No.21 • 0.01% Inspection charges in Account No.22
  • 12. Formalities under EPF ActFormalities under EPF Act . To facilitate the employer to make the above contribution a consolidated challan ( in quadruplicate) is made in which all the above contributions could be remitted one challan itself.
  • 13. The Employees’ Deposit-LinkedThe Employees’ Deposit-Linked Insurance Scheme, 1976Insurance Scheme, 1976 Purpose : To provide life insurance benefits to the employees of the establishments covered by the EPF & MP Act, 1952
  • 14. Contribution under EDLIContribution under EDLI Scheme,1976Scheme,1976 1. Employees : Not required 2. Employer : (a) 0.5% on Basic + DA (b) Administrative Charges : 0.01% on Basic +DA Where the monthly pay of an employee is more than Rs. 6,500 the contribution payable in respect of him by the employer is limited to the amts payable on a monthly pay of Rs. 6,500 only.
  • 15. Benefits of EDLI schemeBenefits of EDLI scheme The benefit provided under the scheme in the nature of life insurance as follows: 1. On the death of an employment while in service a lump sum insurance amount is payable to his nominee or family members. 2. The insurance amount is equal to the average balance in the account of the deceased employee in the Provident Fund during a period of 12 months immediately preceding his death. In case the average balance exceeds Rs.35,000/- the insurance amount payable is Rs. 35,000/- plus 25% of the amount in excess of Rs. 35,000/- subject to a ceiling of Rs. 60,000/-.
  • 16. Compliances under EPF & MP Act, 1952Compliances under EPF & MP Act, 1952 In SBIBefore 15th of every month ChallanMonthly contribution of Employer & Employee in Challan for previous month 2. RPFC officeBefore 25th of every month 12AMonthly Return4 RPFC officeBefore 15th of every month 10Return of Employees Leaving3 RPFC officeBefore 15th of every month 5Return of Employees Qualifying2. RPFC officeAt the time of joining 2Declaration Form from new Joinees 1. Remark / Submitted to Compliance Date Form No. Type of ComplianceSr. No .
  • 17. Compliances under EPF & MP Act, 1952Compliances under EPF & MP Act, 1952 RPFC officeWhen new Recruit13Transfer of PF A/c6. After 5 Years of membership 31Advances for various Purpose8. RPFC officeAt the time of Leaving the service 19, 10C & 10D Final settlement7. RPFC officeBefore 30th of April3A & 6AAnnual return & reconciliation statement 5. Remark / Submitted to Compliance DateForm No.Type of ComplianceSr. No.
  • 18. THANK YOU.

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