About the Personal Details.
Whistleblowers’ Bill 2010
The Public Interest Disclosure and Protection to Persons Making the Disclosure Bill 2010.
What is disclosure?
Disclosure’ means a complaint relating to –
o An attempt to commit or commission of an offence under the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988;
o Willful misuse of power by virtue of which demonstrable loss is caused to the government or demonstrable gain accrues to the public servant;
o Willful misuse
Many subscribers to EPF get a doubt whether the amount of money they are getting at the time of settlement of their EPF account is taxable or not. Similarly there is also a doubt whether, if they resign from a job and get their EPF settled before joining a new job, the amount of such EPF settlement is taxable or not. There is also a common fear that the EPF settlement amount one gets on resigning a job within five years of service is taxable.
All these confusions arise because of the
Deuctions are made from the salary of employees every month towards EPF. This is reflected in the pay slip. But does the Employer really deposit such recoveries in the EPF account of the employees?
Many times subscribers to the EPF are in doubt whether the employer has remitted the full and correct amount in the EPF account of the employee/subscriber.
Is there any way out to check and verify this? Yes. There is. Please read on...
The contributions recovered from
Each member of the EPF have many rights as provided under the EPF Act and Scheme.
- Right to membership of PF, Pension and EDLI Schemes for every employee of covered establishment drawing monthly Basic pay and D.A. upto Rs.6500/-
- To receive Annual Statement of Provident Fund account by 30th September of the following year.
- To obtain claim form free of cost from any Provident Fund Office.
- To obtain assistance/guidance from Public Relations Officers