EPFO registration

EPFO registration refers to the process of registering with the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), which is a statutory body under the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.

EPFO registration is mandatory for all establishments that have 20 or more employees, and it provides benefits such as provident fund, pension, and insurance to the employees. The registration process involves submitting an application along with necessary documents and paying the required fees to the EPFO. Once registered, the employer is assigned a unique identification number called the Employer Identification Number (EIN) or the Establishment Code. The employees are also required to be enrolled in the EPFO scheme and a portion of their salary is contributed towards their provident fund account. The EPFO registration helps in ensuring social security for employees and safeguarding their retirement benefits.

Overall, EPFO registration offers several benefits to both employers and employees, providing social security and financial stability in the long run.

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Here are some of the benefits of EPFO registration:

  1. Social security for employees: EPFO registration ensures that employees receive social security benefits such as a retirement pension, disability pension, and death benefits, among others.
  2. Savings for employees: Through EPFO, employees can save a part of their salary for retirement, which can be withdrawn upon retirement or after a specified period.
  3. Employer contribution: Employers are required to contribute to the EPF (Employees' Provident Fund) account of their employees, which can be a substantial savings for employees over time.
  4. Tax benefits: Contributions to EPF accounts are eligible for tax deductions under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, which can help both employers and employees reduce their tax liabilities.
  5. Access to loans and advances: Employees can avail of loans and advances against their EPF accounts for various purposes such as education, marriage, or medical expenses, among others.
  6. Easy management of accounts: EPFO provides an online portal for employers to manage their accounts, including the submission of monthly contributions and claims, which can simplify the process of managing employee accounts.

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The following documents need to be attached to the “Registration Form for EPFO” by the employer- 

  • PAN Card of the Proprietor/Partner/Director.
  • Proof of address such as the Electricity Bill or Water Bill or Telephone Bill of the Registered Office (not older than 2 months).
  • Aadhar Card of Proprietor/Partner/Director.
  • Shop and Establishment Certificate/GST Certificate/ any License issued by the government for the establishment.
  • Digital Signature of the Proprietor/Partner/Director.
  • Cancelled Cheque or Bank Statement of Entity.
  • Hired/Rented/Leased Agreement, if any.
  • License Proof issued by the Identifier/Licensing Authority.


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