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The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is a Government scheme governed by the Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952. The said scheme is regulated under the authority of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO). A Provident Fund registration is applicable for all such establishments that employs 20 or more people for hire on salary or wages. It is an important aspect of the Labour Laws and protects the employees to provide them a reserve of funds once they retire or leave their establishment. PF registration can also be signed up for by establishments that have less than 20 employees voluntarily.

What Is a Provident Fund?


Provident fund is a social security system that was brought about to encourage savings for employees to benefit them upon retirement.


Contributions to the PF are made by the employer and the employee on a monthly basis. The PF contributions can be withdrawn only by the employee upon retirement, save for a few exceptions.


All the employers that have PF registrations are responsible to file their returns monthly.


Important Considerations Pertaining to Provident Fund:

ESI What Is The Employees’ State Insurance(ESI)?

Employee State Insurance is a self-financed social security plan and health insurance scheme for Indian workers that offers them medical and disability benefits. It is governed by the ESI Act, 1948, and is regulated by the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) under the Ministry of Labour and Employment of India. The ESIC scheme is expected to handle its funds as per the rules and conditions set by the Act. An employer is required by law to pay an ESI return on a half-yearly basis, on the 11th of November for periods from April to September, and the 11th of March for October to March. Contact us to schedule regular return filings for your ESI scheme on time.


The ESIC scheme is applicable to all establishments that have 10 or more employees on salary or wages. It is beneficial to all the workers who earn Rupees 15, 000 or lower each month as salaries and wages. The employer is bound to contribute 3.25 percent and the employee contributes 0.75 percent of their salary towards the ESI scheme.


An employer is required by law to pay an ESI return on half-yearly basis, the due dates of which are mentioned as follows

  • ESI return filing 1: The 11th November for the period of returns from April to September.
  • ESI return filing 2: The 11th March for the period of returns from October to March.