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What is EPF Registration ?

Employees Provident Fund [EPF] is a scheme under the Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952. It is the PF is the best way to provide social security to the employees. The Employee Provident Fund or PF is a retirement saving scheme provided by the government for all salaried employees in India, on which fixed interest is regularly paid. It is a social security scheme that helps employees save a small portion of their salary for future benefits. EPF registration is mandatory for organizations with total employee strength more than 20.

Procedure to EPF Registration
  • Select your package
  • Make Online Payment
  • Submission of Documents
  • You are PF Registered
Documents required for EPF Registration
  • Digital Signature of Employer
  • Aadhar Card of Proprietor/Partner/Director
  • PAN card of establishment
  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Bank Details (Cancelled Cheque)
  • Partnership Deed ( for Partnership Firm)
  • Digital Signature of Employer
  • PAN Card of entity.
  • Electricity Bill of the Registered Office (not older than 2 months)
  • Shop and establishment Certificate/GST Certificate/ License issued by the government for factory
  • Udyog Aadhar/MSME Certificate ( if MSME Enterprise)
  • List of Eligible Employees with Salary breakup
Benefits of EPF Registration
  • An employee's contribution towards an EPF account is eligible for tax exemption under Section 80C, the interest rate earned is exempt from income tax. Also, EPF withdrawals are not taxable after five years of continuous service, unless the employer terminates his/her business or the employee voluntarily quits his/her job.
  • Employers and employees both contribute 12% of wages in EPF, 8.33% of the employer's share is diverted towards the Employees' Pension Scheme (EPS). According to the retirement fund body, 10 years of contributory membership ensures lifelong pension under the Employees' Pension Scheme 1995.
  • Premature withdrawal can also be done-the body allows its members to make partial withdrawals after 5-10 years of service for meeting specific needs including medical treatment, home loan repayment, and unemployment.
  • 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.
  • It will help to fulfil emergency need such as certain unanticipated occasions like marriage or other family occasions, any mishappening or illness that require urgent finance. The PF amount can be of great help.