India Japan Pension Agreement
ii. The permanent total disability pension for workers. i. Old age and survival pension for salaried workers, namely the EPF system, the EPS system – SYSTEM EDLI ii. IW, which is under the Jurisdiction SSA, is entitled to withdraw the balance from the pension under the EPS 1995 system, even if the requirement for eligible benefits for the monthly member`s pension is not met, even after the total benefit provided in the agreement is included. Foreign operations related to the mobility of international workers have always been linked to the complexity of two laws. In order to ease barriers and protect the interests of border workers in India and Japan, India has signed a Social Security Agreement (SSA) with Japan. Oct 1, 2016. This will not only deprive workers of benefits by avoiding dual coverage and equal treatment between workers in both countries, but will also reduce most of the labour costs to the employer. The agreement applies to both the Japanese pension system and the Indian social system. The same applies to the IWs that were subject to Indian law prior to the entry into force of this agreement.
The agreement allows the initial issuance of coverage certificates for up to five years, provided the conditions are met. Under the terms of the agreement, a CoC can be purchased for up to five years. This period may be extended after consultation with the competent authorities of both countries. The information contained in this newsletter was submitted by member company KPMG International in India.  Employee Deposit Insurance Plan, 1976 The main purpose of the SSA is to ensure that workers employed from one country to another do not pay double taxes on social security. This can help reduce the cost of international operations between Japan and India and Japan. With regard to Japan, the agreement applies in particular to:  The Workers` Provident Fund and the 1952 Agreement Provisions Act are intended to ensure that workers and their employers are covered by a country`s social security law (India or Japan) and avoid cases of dual social responsibility. II. Total benefits: the contribution period, i.e. the benefit provided in the country of origin, is included in the contribution period of the host country when determining the eligibility of social security benefits.