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    NPS Registration & Compliances

    National Pension System (NPS) is a pension cum investment scheme launched by Government of India to provide old age security to Citizens of India. It brings an attractive long term saving avenue to effectively plan your retirement through safe and regulated market-based return. The Scheme is regulated by Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA).National Pension System Trust (NPST) established by PFRDA is the registered owner of all assets under NPS.

    Central Government employees joining on or after 01-01- 2004 are mandatorily covered under the NPS. NPS can be introduced by an employer / corporate (entity) for its employees within the purview of their employer-employee relationship on a voluntary or a mandatory basis.

    Contributions to NPS are flexible and depending on the employer’s policy on compensation and retiral benefits extended to its employees.

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    Eligibility to adopt NPS Registration

    The following entities/companies are eligible to register as a corporate/employer under NPS Corporate Sector Model through a PoP:

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    NPS is mandatory for the Central Government recruits w.e.f. 1st Jan 2004. Nearly all State Governments have also embraced NPS for their workforce, applying it in accordance with their individually published terms and notification dates within their respective gazettes. Get your NPS registration now.

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    Managing NPS compliances takes a a lot of time and effort. If you fail to comply with NPS regulations may be subject to penalties and other enforcement actions by the PFRDA. We ensure that your company is fully compliant with all applicable regulations.


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    Corporate can roll out NPS as a voluntary scheme or mandatory scheme for all employees or a certain set of employees only. The decision remains with employer. Corporate can fix the frequency & percentage of deduction from employee’s salary.

    As a corporate NPS account holder you can invest maximum upto 10% of the employees’ basic salary + dearness allowance via your employer. This investment can be claimed tax exempt by the employee under Section 80CCD(2) of Income Tax Act of 1961.

    What is the main difference between an individual and a corporate NPS account in India? Corporate NPS scheme is created to help private employers create a pension benefit for their employees. Corporate NPS savings needs an activation from the employer. So one needs to be employed or self-employed to have corporate NPS.

    ₹7.50 Lakh per annum
    Up to 10% of the salary (Basic Salary + Dearness Allowance). With regard to the retiral contributions made by the employer towards Superannuation Fund, Provident Fund and NPS, the total deductions for all such contributions are capped at ₹7.50 Lakh per annum.

    Tax deduction up to 10% of salary (Basic + DA) under section 80 CCD(1) within the overall ceiling of Rs. 1.50 lakh under Sec 80 CCE. Tax deduction up to ₹50,000 under section 80 CCD(1B) over and above the overall ceiling of Rs. 1.50 lakh under Sec 80 CCE.

    NPS provides you two types of accounts: Tier I and Tier II. Tier I is mandatory retirement account, whereas Tier II is a voluntary saving Account associated with your PRAN. Tier II offers greater flexibility in terms of withdrawal, unlike Tier I account, you can withdraw from your Tier II account at any point of time.

    NPS is mandatory for the Central Government recruits w.e.f. 1st Jan 2004 (except armed forces) which
    replaced the earlier defined benefit pension and almost all State Governments have adopted NPS for
    their employees and is applicable as per the terms and date notified by the State Government in their
    respective gazette notifications


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