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For PF & ESI Returns Filing

Documents For PF & ESI Returns


Pan of the CompanyCompany incorporation certificate
Cancelled ChequeDirectors’ DIN
Address and ID proof of all partner/directors’/proprietor
Company Address Proof
Employees Details10 Employees’ Covering Date
DSC of Signing Authority & Name/mobile no.Nature of work

Types of PF and ESI Filing


Goods and Services Tax is a consolidated indirect tax policy that encompasses VAT, CST, Service Tax, Central Excise duty, Entertainment Tax, etc and is valid all over India with effect from 1st July 2017

When to register for GST?

Mandatory to register under GST when annual turnover exceeds ₹20 lakh or supply goods and services inter-state or through e-commerce platform.

What are the GST tax rates?

Tax rates vary from 0% to 28% depends on the type of goods & nature of services you are selling.

Input Tax Credit Availment

Only business unit registered under GST can avail credit of tax paid at the time of purchase while filing GST returns.

Return Filing & Payment

Every GST registrant requires to file three monthly/quarterly returns and One annual return. Requires paying tax every month.

Composition Scheme

Business Unit having an annual turnover less than ₹1 crore may opt the scheme. Requires to pay subsidize tax ranges from 1% to 5% & file quarterly return.

About PF & ESI Returns

ESI or Employees’ State Insurance (ESI) can be defined as a self-financing health insurance scheme and social security protocol for the Indian workers. The ESIC or Employees’ State Insurance Corporation is responsible for the maintenance of this fund as stated by the ESI Act of 1948. This scheme applies to the individual who is currently employed with any non-seasonal factory with 10+ employees.

On the other hand, the PF or Provident Fund acts as a savings option for the employees. The PF is regulated by EPFO or Employees Provident Fund Organization of India. According to this act, any company that employs more than 20 employees needs to register the company with EPFO. Each month, the employee as well as the employer has to pitch in a sum of 12 percent from the basic salary of the employee towards the PF account.

  • Basic Package
  • 9599* __
  • ESI Return filing for employee up to 10 + PF Return filing for employee up to 20.
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  • Standard Package
  • 20599 __
  • ESI Return filing for employee up to 20 + PF Return filing for employee up to 40.
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  • Premium Package
  • 30599* __
  • ESI Return filing for employee up to 30 + PF Return filing for employee up to 60.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Contribution for Provident Fund both by the Employer & Employee ?

The Employee contributes 12% of his /her Basic Salary & the same amount is contributed by the Employer.

Is it Compulsory for the all the employees to contribute to the Provident Fund ?

Employees drawing basic salary upto Rs 6500/- have to compulsory contribute to the Provident fund and employees drawing above Rs 6501/- have an option to become member of the Provident Fund .

Is it beneficial for employees who draw salary above Rs 6501/- to become member of Provident Fund ?

Yes because provident fund contribution by the employer & employee is not a taxable income for Income Tax purpose.

What if an employee while joining establishment has a basic salary of Rs 4200 and after some period of time his basic salary increases above Rs 6501/-, does he have an option to terminate his member ship form the Provident fund act?

Employee who while joining the organisation has a basic salary above Rs 6501/- have an option to either become or avoid becoming member of Provident fund but employees whose basic salary while joining the organisation is less then Rs 6501/- but after some period of time their basic increases above Rs 6501/- have to compulsorily continue to be member of provident Fund.

What is the contribution percentage to the Provident fund and Pension Scheme ?

Employers contribution of 12% of basic salary is totally deposited in provident fund account Whereas out of Employees contribution of 12% , 3.67% is contributed to Provident fund and 8.33% is deposited in Pension scheme. 

How Does ESI registrations Help Employees ?

To registered employees the scheme not only provide medical care but also provide financial assistance to workers to get compensated for the loss of his/her wage during period of sickness , employment injury maternity etc. The scheme also covers medical care of family members also.

What is a Sub Code Number?

It is a unique identification code allotted to sub branch of a registered factory or establishment under ESI registrations scheme.

What Records are to be submitted by employer in ESI Returns/Reports?
  • Absent reports as sought by branch manager.
  • Accident Reports in Form 12, in case any accident happens.
  • Attendance, books of accounts, wages reports/ records as sorted by Social Security officer on last inspection.