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About Provident Fund

PF is one of the primary platform of savings for working class in India. An Establishment or business is mandatorily required to obtain EIN No. if total employee strength is 20 or more. The total strength of employee Includes contractors or temporary employees like housekeeping staff, daily wage worker security or other temporary workers in the business. Even if a company has employee strength less than 20 then too company can apply EIN. Provident fund Registration certificate should obtain within 30 days from the date of completing 20 employees.


Package includes following:

  • Drafting Documents
  • Application Filing
  • Application Processing
  • Completion of registration
Documents Required
Following Registration Documents are required:
  • PAN Card copy of firm/company/society/trust.
  • Cancelled cheque (bearing pre-printed company / firm name & Current Account No).
  • Partnership deed (In case of partnership).
  • Certificate of Registration (In case of Proprietorship/ Partnership/ Company / LLP).
  • Certificate of incorporation (In case of company/ society, trust/ NGO).
  • Copy of PAN Card of Directors / Partner.
  • Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card of Director.
FAQs on PF Registration
Is it mandatory for the Employer to register under the ESIC Act?

Yes. It is the statutory responsibility of the employer to register the Factory/Establishment under the ESI Scheme within 15 days from the applicability.

Whether all the persons employed who are drawing salary above Rs.15000 p.m. under the Act are also counted for?

Yes. All the persons employed in the factories or establishments irrespective of their wages and type of employment.

Who are the persons not to be counted for coverage of a factory?

The following persons are not to be counted

(a) A proprietor or a partner.

(b) A contractor lending the services of his employee.

(c) An apprentice engaged under the Apprentice Act, 1961.

(d) Persons employed on contract for professional service legal, technical, tax consultants.