PF Provident Fund Registration

Provident Fund Registration is mandatory for those Business enterprises who employ (20) Twenty or More person in its business. Provident Fund Organisation regulates Employee Provident Fund Scheme. PF is right of employee and it secured their life by making long term small investment from his or her part of earning and at the same time employer also contributes some portion as employer contribution duly prescribed by government for social security. Every type of entity whether profit motive or non-profit motive can get Provident Fund Registration with prescribed documents. Followings are the documents checklist for different type of business entity for PF registration: 

For Proprietorship Business:

  • Pan copy of Proprietor self-Attested
  • Aadhaar copy self-attested
  • Colour Photograph latest
  • GST Registration Certificate
  • Electricity bill (in case of rented, Electricity bill and rent agreement along with NOC from owner)
  • Cancelled Cheque

For PartnershipFirm or LLP:

  • Pan copy of All Partners or All Designated Partners Self-Attested
  • Aadhaar copy of All Partners or All Designated Partners self-attested
  • PAN Copy of Firm
  • Colour Photograph of All Partners or All Designated Partners latest
  • Certificate of Incorporation or Certificate of Registration
  • Partnership deed or LLP Agreement
  • GST Registration Certificate
  • Electricity bill (in case of rented, Electricity bill and rent agreement along with NOC from owner)
  • Cancelled Cheque of Firm

For Private Limited Company

  • Pan copy of All Directors Self-Attested
  • Aadhaar copy of All Directors self-attested
  • PAN Copy of Company
  • Colour Photograph of Directors latest
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • GST Registration Certificate
  • Electricity bill with NOC from owner (in case of rented, Electricity bill and rent agreement along with NOC from owner)
  • Cancelled Cheque of Company