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Question
How to Calculate the ESI,PF?it is basic Salary or Gross Salary?
 Question Submitted By :: Taxation
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Answer
# 41
THERE ARE SOME ORGANIZATIONS WHO ALLOW THEIR EMPLOYEES TO
SAVE THE MONEY BY INCREASING THE PF CONTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYEE
INTO 12% TO 15%.HERE THE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION IS FIXED IN
ALL CASES ie 12%
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 0 No
Nagaraju Arruri
 
Answer
# 42
Dear Friends,
PF is calculated on basic salary and it's 12% of basic.And
if basic is more than 6500 then also it is deducted 780 is
the maximum limit.

It's due to ceiling of 6500/-.
But in some firms 780/- is not limit there is deduction of
exact 12% of basic if my basic salary is 11500 then there
is deduction of 1380/- if an employee wants to deduct his
pf more than 780. he can do this.while basic is 11500,but
employer's contribution 8.33 % calculate on 6500.

And in PF there is contribution from emloyer also.
If my PF is deducted 780/-then Employer will also
contribute 780/-.But whole this 780 is not going to PF
account.Out of 12% of employer contribution 8.33% is
contributed for pension scheme and 3.67% for PF.

And ESIC is calculated on gross salary.
If gross salary is more then 10000/- then the employee is
not applicable for ESIC.ESIC is deducted as 1.75% of gross
salary of employee.In ESIC also there is Employer's
contribution and it is 4.75% of gross salary. but now esi
gross limit increase 10000 to 15000 so esi is calculated on
gross limit 15000.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 1 No
Amit Kumar
 
Answer
# 43
1.75% ON GROSS SALARY
12% ON BASIC SALARY
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    11 Yes 6 No
Harsh
 
Answer
# 44
calculate ESI on GROSS SALARY (1.75 %) & PF (Providend
Fund) calculate on
basic salary (12%)
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 2 No
Burugu Srikanth Goud
 
Answer
# 45
Dear Friends,

PF is calculated on basic salary and it's 12% of basic. If
basic is more than 6500 then also it is deducted 780 is
the maximum limit. It's due to ceiling of 6500/-.

But in some firms 780/- is not limit there is deduction of
exact 12% of basic if basic salary is 11500 then there
is deduction of 1380/-.

And in PF there is contribution from emloyer also.
If PF is deducted 780/- from employee then Employer will
also contribute 780/-. But whole this 780 is not going to
PF account. Out of 12% of employer contribution 8.33% is
contributed for pension scheme and 3.67% for PF.

And ESIC is calculated on gross salary.
If gross salary is more then 10000/- then the employee is
not applicable for ESIC.ESIC is deducted as 1.75% of gross
salary of employee.In ESIC also there is Employer's
contribution and it is 4.75% of gross salary.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 3 No
Tejaswani.m.g
 
Answer
# 46
PF will be calculated on Basic salary which should be 6500
or less then it.
and esi will be calculated on gross salary , limit of esi
from 01/05/2010 is Rs.15000
thanks
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 0 No
Sunil Swami
 
Answer
# 47
ESI Calculate on gross Salary or PF calculate on Basic
Salary.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 0 No
Mohd Ahar
 
Answer
# 48
PF IS CALCULATED ON BASIC - 12% on Basic & ESI IS
CALCULATED ON GROSS SALARY.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 0 No
Ujwala
 
Answer
# 49
ESI CALCULATED IN GROSS SALARY & PF IS BASIC SALARY 
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 1 No
Amit Mathur
 
Answer
# 50
PF WILL BE CALCULATE ON BASIC SALARY UP TO 6500/- (i.e
EMPLOYEE 12% & EMPLOYER 3.67% PROVIDENT FUND A/C,8.33%
PENSION A/C,1.01% ADMIN CHARGES,.05% DLI CHARGES & .001
ADMN DLI CHARGES.) AND ESI WILL BE CALCULATE GROSS SALARY
15000/- i.e(1.75% EMPLOYEE & 4.75% EMPLOYER)
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 2 No
Pratap Rao
 

 
 
 
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