AP GPF Rate of Interest 7.9% per annum (General Provident Fund)

Present AP GPF Interest rate in AP, GPF General Provident Fund Rate of Interest 7.9% per annum. GPF Rate of Interest AP GO.Rt.No.1171 released on 17-05-2017 for General Provident Fund Rate of Interest 7.9% per annum: AP Government has adopted the rate of interest as 7.9% per annum w.e.f 01.04.2017 to 30.06.2017 during the year on the below mentioned Provident Funds and other similar funds maintained by the Government of Andhra Pradesh on par with rates of Government of India. AP GPF Interest Rate: GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH; Provident Fund-Interest rates on General Provident Fund (Andhra Pradesh) for the subscribers of GPF and other similar funds as 7.9% (Seven point nine percent) per annum with effect from 01.04.2017 to 30.06.2017 for the year 2017-18 – Orders Issued. FINANCE (HR-5-Pension, GPF) DepartmentG.O.RT.No. 1171; Dated: 17-05-2017 Read the following: G.O.Rt.No.2142, Finance (Pen.II) Department, dated 30.04.2013. G.O.Rt.No. 1638, Finance (HR-5- Pension,GPF) Department, dated 27.06.2016

New GPF Application Form for admission to the General Provident Fund – GO.No.56

New GPF Application Form, GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH, PROVIDENT FUND – Modification of the Form Appendix S, note 2 sub-rule(7) under Rule 7 of A.P. General Provident Fund (Andhra Pradesh) Rules, 1935 – Orders – Issued. FINANCE (PENSION-II) DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms.No. 56 Dt: 28/02/2014 Read the following: 1) Lr.No.FM/Gl.II/9-3/2013-14/1707, dt:-15/01/2014 from Deputy Accountant General (Funds), O/o Principal Accountant General (A&E), A.P., Hyderabad. The Principal Accountant General (A&E), A.P., Hyderabad in the reference read above has proposed to modify the form of application for admission to GPF under Appendix S, note 2 sub-rule (7) under Rule 7 of APGPF Rules, 1935 so as to ensure that full details required for opening the GPF account of the employee are received in their office and also for smooth transfer of previous balance available in other PF accounts. The Government after careful examination have modified the existing form which is appended to this order. All

AP GPF Details in New application form for final payment of GPF Balance

AP GPF Details in New application form: Revised TS GPF Application Form for Final payment of GPF Balance-GO.113. For GPF Subscribers (Accounts maintained by A.G. Office ): How to fill TS GPF Details in New application form for final payment of GPF Balance/How to fill GPF (final payment) details: GPF final withdrawal details can be filled only after furnishing particulars for a pension. (A.G. authorized or State Audit authorized ). Ensure that subscriber particulars (compulsory) are furnished against relevant fields viz: FW APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONSFor GPF Subscribers (Accounts maintained byA.G.Office): How to fill GPF (final payment) details GPF final withdrawal details can be filled only after furnishing particulars for pension. (A.G. authorised or State Audit authorised) Ensure that subscriber particulars (compulsory) are furnished against relevant fields viz; a) Employee I.D. assigned by Treasury.b) Name of the subscriber in full as per the service register.c) Father’s name or Husband’s name in case

AP GPF Application Form for Final payment of GPF Balance-GO.214

New AP GPF Application Form, GO.214 Revised AP GPF Application Form for Final payment of GPF, How to fill AP GPF Details for final payment of GPF Balance. GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH-GPF-Revision of ‘’Form of Application for the Final Payment of General Provident Fund (GPF) Balance”- Orders -issued. Finance(HR.5-Pensions& GPF)Department. G.O.MS.No. 214 Dated: 04-11-2016. Read the following1. G.O.Ms.No.261, Finance & Planning (FW.Pen.II)Department, Dated 28.08.1999.2. Letter.No.FM/GL.II/9-3/2016-17/797 dated 28.07.2016 of the AccountantGeneral (A&E), Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Hyderabad. In the G.O. 1st read above Government issued orders revising Form of Application for Final Payment of General Provident Fund balances. 2. In the reference 2nd read above the Accountant General proposed certain changes in the form of application for final payment of General Provident Fund Balances. 3. Government after careful examination of the proposal have decided to revise the form of application for final payment of General Provident Fund as suggested by the

General Provident Fund New Rules for GPF withdrawal, the 15-day limit

General Provident Fund New Rules, The new norms will enable the employees to receive payments within 15 days. Employees will also be able to withdraw the fund for select purposes after completing 10 years of service. The new rules permit withdrawals from the fund by the subscriber for obligatory expenses viz. betrothal (engagement), marriage, funerals, etc. In good news for about 50 lakh central government employees, the norms for withdrawal of the General Provident Fund (GPF) have been relaxed, enabling the employees to receive payments within 15 days. Employees can also withdraw the fund for select purposes after completing 10 years of service, as against 15 years of service earlier. The GPF can be taken for education including primary, secondary and higher education, covering all streams and institutions. “Some amendments have been made (in rules) from time to time to address the concerns raised by the subscribers. However, the provisions,

Revised Procedure to be Followed for Payment of GPF Authorizations

Revised Procedure to be Followed for Payment of GPF, Revised Procedure to be followed for payment of GPF Authorizations. Revised Procedure to be Adopted in Payment of GPF Authorizations. Procedure to be adopted in payment of GPF authorizations. Cir. Memo. No.03, Dated:04-07-2014 Details.  All the DDOs should follow the revised procedure of preparing two separate bills. Government of Andhra Pradesh, Finance Department, Cir. Memo No.03/HR.VII/2014, Dated. 04-07-2014-Subject: A.P. State Reorganisation Act,2014- Appointment of GPF Liabilities – Procedure to be adopted in payment of GPF authorizations –Revised orders – issued. Reference: 1.G.O.Ms.No.137, Finance (Pen.II)Dept, Dt:31.05.2014; 2. Lr.No.AG (A&E)FM/GL.II/2014-15/606, Dt: 17.06.2014 of DAG(Acs&VLC) O/o AG(A&E) A.P and Telangana; 3. Letter No. M3/(H1)/3806/2014, Dt.25-6-2014 of the DTA, AP,Hyderabad. The Principal Accountant General (PAG (A&E)) Andhra Pradesh and Telangana at Hyderabad has noticed certain deficiencies on in the Government Order(GO) first cited and suggested a revised procedure of two separate bills instead of a single bill while