PF Registration

[ Register at Just 2,999/- All Inclusive ]

  • Proof of constitution of the business (Incorporation Certificate / MOA / AOA / Partnership Deed / LLP Agreement etc.)
  • Proof of Premises
  • KYCs of the Directors / Partners / Proprietor
  • No. of Employees
  • Major Activity
  • Photograph of the Authorized Person / Proprietor
  • Scanned Signature of Authorized Person / Proprietor
  • Agreement in case of Voluntary coverage
  • Digital Signature (Class 2) of the Authorized Person / Proprietor
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Employees Provident Funds are regulated by the Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952. It applies to whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir. It regulates retirement benefits of the employees providing them the umbrella i.e. financial security and stability during their retirement.

Compulsory Registration :

Every establishment which is a factory engaged in specified industry employing 20 or more employees

Voluntary Registration:

An establishment can voluntarily also get registered under the Act having less than 20 employees by entering into an agreement with the existing employees of the organization.


Government of India has taken up an initiative to simplify the registration process under labour laws by establishing a single window system for the registration under various Acts applicable on labour through

  • Step 1: Application Form :- Fill up the application form available online for the registration.
  • Step 2: Documentation :- Provide the prescribed documents required to be submitted along with the application form.
  • Step 3: Application Submit :- Once the application is complete, it will be filed with the concerned authority for verification of the credential filled therein.
  • Step 4: PF Number allotment :- Once the application is completely verified by the department, PF number is allotted to the applicant. The whole process gets completed within 7 working days.
Penalty for Non-Registration

As per the provisions of the Act, if any person or entity for the purpose of avoiding any payment to be made by himself/itself knowingly makes or causes to be made any false statement or false representation shall be punishable with

  1. Imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or
  2. Fine of five thousand rupees, or
  3. With both