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Govt rolls back decision on EPF rate, fixes it at 8.8%

The finance ministry has yielded to the pressure from trade unions by agreeing to notify soon 8.8% rate of interest on the employees provident fund (EPF) deposits for 2015-16. The move would bring cheers to EPF Organisation's around 5 lakh active ... Financial Express, 2 hours ago
Financial Express

Govt's third flip-flop on EPF in two months

NEW DELHI: The finance ministry on Thursday raised the Employees Provident Fund interest rate to 8.8% during 2015-16, following protests by trade unions over the earlier rate of 8.7%. This is the Centre's third flip-flop on EPF in the last two ...
 Times of India4 hours ago EPF interest rate raised to 8.8 per cent for FY16 as govt buckles under pressure  Financial Express15 hours ago Govt revises provident fund interest rate again, hikes it to 8.8 per cent  India Today16 hours ago Another Provident Fund (EPF) correction, Government Raises Interest Rate  NDTV16 hours ago
Hindustan Times

EPFO should invest in diverse instruments to minimise risk and maximise returns

Trade unions have reportedly opposed the finance ministry's direction to lower the interest rate on the Employees' Provident Fund Scheme to 8.7% in 2015-16. The government should desist any roll back, given that it would leave the poorly managed ...
 Economic Times21 hours ago Trade unions on day-long protest today against lowering of PF rate  Hindustan Times23 hours ago Will Discuss EPF Rate Issue With Finance Minister: Bandaru Dattatreya  NDTV1 day ago Workshop on Reform Agenda held with Cantonal and BrĨko District representatives  European Commission Delegation to BiH13 hours ago

CITU Condemns Reduction In EPF Interest Rate

THE Centre of Indian Trade Unions, in a statement issued on April 25, has condemned the unilateral decision of the finance ministry to reduce the interest rate on EPF to 8.7 percent from the unanimous recommendation of the tripartite Central Board ...
 Peoples Democracy.in2 hours ago CTUs Call for Protest on April 29 Denouncing Reduction in EPF Interest Rate  Peoples Democracy.in2 hours ago CITU plea against transfer of unclaimed EPF funds  Business Line3 weeks ago
India Infoline

EPF interest rates hiked to 8.8%

16:30 IST The Central Board of Trustees (CBT) had decided 8.8% interest rate, however, the finance ministry approved only 8.7% interest on PF deposits citing lower earnings. Article saved successfully to my page. The Union finance ...
 India Infoline15 hours ago Govt limits EPF rate to 8.7%, unions to protest  Deccan Herald4 days ago
Business Standard India

Opposition slams Finance Ministry's decision to slash EPF interest rate

Raising the issue during Zero Hour, CPI(M) member Tapan Kumar Sen slammed the 'unilateral, undemocratic' action by the Ministry, saying it had completely ignored the unanimous decision of the tripatite body of the EPFO, which is headed by Union ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago Oppn slams FinMin decision to slash EPF interest rate  Press Trust of India1 day ago PF interest rate: Not an easy road ahead  MSN News US2 days ago Finance ministry differs with EPFO, slashes EPF interest rate to 8.7%  Indian Mirror4 days ago
India Blooms

Arun Jaitley on Non Performing Assets (NPAs) in Banking Sector

The Union Finance Minister , Arun Jaitley said that the Government has taken various measures to deal with the issue of Non Performing Assets (NPAs) in Banking Sector especially in case of Public Sector Banks (PSBs). (1/10)FM chaired the ...
 Oneindia1 day ago Government Dealing Firmly With Loan Defaulters, Says FM  Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago FM: Government has taken various measures to deal with the issue of Non Performing Assets (NPAs) in Banking Sector  Capital Market2 days ago Government taking measures to deal with bank NPAs: Arun Jaitley  India Blooms2 days ago

Dattatreya presses for 8.8 per cent EPF payout

The Finance Minister has advised secretary-level talks before a final decision Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday to press for the payout of 8.80 per cent on Employees Provident Fund (EPF) ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Financial Express

EPFO earnings in FY16 not sufficient to pay even lower 8.7% interest on Employee Provident Fund: Finance Ministry

Ahead of a one-day protest called by labour unions against lowering of interest rate on EPF, Finance Ministry today defended its decision, saying last year's surplus would have to be used to pay even the lower 8.7 per cent rate on Employee Provident ...
 Financial Express2 days ago Ahead of protests, Finance Ministry defends lower EPF rate, cites lack of funds  DNA2 days ago FinMin defends lower EPF rate, cites lack of funds  Press Trust of India2 days ago PF rate: unions call for protests on April 29  Hindu Business Line3 days ago
Hindustan Times

Pushing finance ministry to uphold 8.8% EPF rate: Dattatreya

Union labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya assured Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) that his ministry is pressing upon the finance ministry with all justifications to uphold 8.8% interest rate decided by the EPFO. Dattatreya gave his assurance to a ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago Will give 'all justifications' for 8.8% EPF rate: Dattatreya  Business Standard2 days ago Will give all justifications for 8.8% EPF rate: Bandaru Dattatreya  Financial Express2 days ago Govt blinks again, EPF gets 8.8% rate  The Financial Chronicle8 hours ago
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