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Benefits of ESI
Benefits of EPF
Procedure of ESIC Return
Procedure of EPF Return
Documents required for EPF Return
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Rs 21,000 per month and Rs 25,000 per month in the case of persons with disability.
When they earn less than Rs. 21,000 per month and Rs. 25,000 in the case of a person with disability.
Candidates applying must be aged between 18 to 27 years old.
ESI is mandatory for employers who have employees working in a non-seasonal factory with more than 10 employees, but only for employees who are earning less than ₹21,000 per paycheck.
The cost of provision of such emergency treatment would be reimbursed to the employer by the Director/AMO (ESI Scheme) of the respective State.
All employees drawing a salary are eligible for EPF. Moreover, it is compulsory for all employees earning less than ₹15,000 to register for the EPF.
The government has approved a four-decade-low interest rate of 8.1% on Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) deposits for 2021-22, down from 8.5% in the previous year.
The EPF contribution is either 12% of Rs. 15,000 or 12% of (Basic Salary + Dearness Allowance, if applicable).
Only employees of companies registered under the EPF Act can invest in the EPF or PF.
Liquidity: Despite the return, the risk and tax benefits are one drawback of the Provident Fund is the lack of liquidity with regards to access to these funds.
Employees' provident fund is classified into 4 categories:
Statutory Provident Fund, Recognized Provident Fund, Unrecognized Provident Fund and Public Provident Fund.