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svandana9 Started The Discussion:

Hi to all

I have one query on TDS.

Suppose a employee has a net salary (take home) of Rs. 25000/-. Is there any TDS Deduction applicable on this take home. If Yes !! Then how much should be deducted?

Thanks& Regards,

Vandana

praveenr22 - Member Since: Aug 2007
Hi All,
I am praveen from bangalore.My company has deputed some of our candidates in LGSI.We pay salary to them which is reimbursed by LGSI.
Should they deduct TDS on it or it is case where TDS is not applicable for reimbursement of expenses and whether service tax is applicable for reimbursement of food expenses.

SandhyaMukunda - Member Since: Feb 2006
Hi Vandana,

An employee drawing Rs. 25000 pm as salary, Employer has to deduct TDS assuming that he don't have any investments done.

Other thing, once the employee joins pls take from him Investment declaration form. Based on the Investment made, you will know what would be the amount of deduction.

Thanks
Sandhya

SandhyaMukunda - Member Since: Feb 2006
Hi Praveen,

Salary Payment made to employees, reimbursed by LGSI may be treated as professional receipts. TDS has to be deducted by LGSI for payment of professional charges.

Service tax is not applicable on reimbursement of food expenses.

Regards
Sandhya

gopalsvim - Member Since: Apr 2010
Total Take home Amount 25000 X 12 =300000
Up to 160000 no tax
160001 to 300000 : 10%
300001 to 500000 : 20%
Above 5000000 : 30%

160000-300000= 140000
140000*10/100 = 14000
14000*2/100 = 280
14000*1/100 = 140
Total Taxble Amount = 14,420.00

perpetborges - Member Since: Jun 2010
Hi!!

My employee is being paid take home salary as Rs. 70K per month. To my knowledge, he'll need to pay TDS at the rate 0f 30.3%.
Now, if he produces house rent receipts amounting to Rs. 16K per month as for HRA exemption, Rs. 1250 as medical, how much TDS he'll need to pay now??
Please provide me with calculations.
My email ID:

Jainendra Srivastava - Member Since: Oct 2013
Dear All,

My monthly salary is 23500 from April'13 to Aug'13 and 26500 from Sep'13 to March'14. and also expecting annual incentive 1,97,000.

I have home rent slip of Rs. 96000 PA and LIC insurance 18612.

Therefore, kindly suggest me that how much TDS I have to pay.

Thanks,
Jai

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