As informed earlier the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has done computerization of its data and now allowing employers to submit their monthly and yearly returns online. They have developed e-return software to facilitate this submission easy and comfort. The employer can download the user annual and e-return software from the website of EPFO. This information has been released by EPFO through a press release.
Now the Employers or establishments those who covered under EPF (Employees Provident Fund) Act can download the software and can file monthly returns online from April 2011. The Annual return for the year 2011-12 (Form 3 A) can be filed before 30th April with the help of the software.
Click here to download the software, operation manual and guidelines.
We congratulate the EPFO for this useful facility and we hope that in near future the subscribers can access their Provident Fund details online.
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