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Hi Friends, Please see the Attachment regarding Examples for preparing Salary Breakup.( Designing of Salary Structure) Keep Smiling..... mahesh k prasad
1st August 2008 From India, Mumbai

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Thatnks Mr.Mahesh ji, itís very useful and very nice one. And more or less its looks very similar of our company salary structure. Thanks & Regards Gopa
7th August 2008 From India, Panipat
Hi all, can anybdy help me out in Salary breakup. I want to need how we calculate Basic, HRA, TA/DA, CA etc out of gross package. Is there any fixed percentage to that????
7th August 2008 From India, Chandigarh
Hi all, can anybdy help me out in Salary breakup. I want to know how we calculate Basic, HRA, TA/DA, CA etc out of gross package. Is there any fixed percentage to that????
7th August 2008 From India, Chandigarh
It would really be helpful in designing the salary structure.
You have given the deduction of MLWF, I would like to know what the grade stands for. So that it would be helpful, as i think the grade differs from company to company. Also i think as per MLWF act only the word Manager or Supervisor is exempted from MLWF.
Would be happy to hear your suggestions.
Lourdes
7th August 2008
hi,
its really great.
one thing more i want to ask is that i want to make a term paper on Compensation management. can u plz suggest some latest topics so that the work i do will be relavent for all of us
regards
sonia
10th August 2008 From India, Delhi
Hi Mahesh,
Outstanding material - Love it
I am employed a Production Company and presently working on a Succession planing. If you could kindly provide me with few tips on how to get start with it, will appreciate it.
Regards,
Javed
10th August 2008 From Pakistan, Karachi
Hi Mahesh,
Outstanding material - Love it
I am employed a Production Company and presently working on a Succession planing. If you could kindly provide me with few tips on how to get start with it, will appreciate it.
Regards,
Javed email:jb7pk@yahoo.com:)
10th August 2008 From Pakistan, Karachi
Hi Mahesh,
I want to know how bonus is Rs.6000/- in your salary structure??
at what percent you have taken it?
i am bit confused
Thanks in advance
Rajeev Dixit
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30th October 2008 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sir
Thanks for attaching the file it has extremely useful contents.

I am Tannu Arora, working as a Sr. Executive HR in a private firm.

I need your help for my career.
Thanks & Regards
Tannu Arora
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28th November 2008 From India, Delhi
Dear Friend You have to deduct the PF contribution for the amount of Rs.6500.00 only. hence Rs.6500 x 12% = 780 only. Are u clear now? Regards alphonse
26th March 2009 From India, Madras
Hi, I needed details on PF?i have worked for a company for 4 yaers..my monthly PF is 1560 which was deducted from my salary..now that i have left the job how much money will i get cheers, sup
8th April 2009 From India, Bangalore
can u pls tell why prof tax is RS2500; even though tax is rs.200 p.m. then it should be rs.2400 rs. na!(200*12)
22nd April 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
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I had similar kind of salary tracker but, this is improved and well defined... really good one!thanx dear
23rd April 2009 From India, Madras
Hi, Can anyone please tell me what is the hourly market rate of Freelance trainers. Ati :confused:
18th May 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Highly useful salary structure. But it does not contain components exempted from the purview of incometax, other than ofcourse HRA, Medical and Education Allowance. It would be very useful to all if a salary structure/break up is suggested for a CTC of Rs. 8.00 lakhs and above per annum which gives maximum advantage from tax angle.
24th June 2009 From India, Madras
Nice one . Thanks very much. Can any one suggest a similar break up for a CTC of Rs. 10.00 lakhs per annum with maximum benefits on account of income tax deductions.
27th June 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Im doing my mba in HR from NIBM(corres) Provide some good institute which offerssome practical training and placement guidelines guide me on this currently im working in BPO
19th July 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hi,
Could u pls help me with a confusion. I wor in Bangalore. My CTC is 10 lakhs p.a. But my monthly pay slip shows an in hand salary of 83350 (55000 basic, 22000 HRA, 1250 M.A, 800 conveyance and 4300 special allowance) which totals to 10,00200 p.a which is more than 10,00,000 mentioned in my offer letter. When I went for an interview, the HR manager asked me about this n I don't know the technical side of it. Do I need to check with my employer n ask them to issue me a offer letter with the correct figure. Please help me. The deductions shown in my slip are 6600(PF ) and 6620(IT) and 200(PT)
Thanks
P Nambiar
6th August 2012 From India, Kannur
Hi,
Could u pls help me with a confusion. I wor in Bangalore. My CTC is 10 lakhs p.a. But my monthly pay slip shows an in hand salary of 83350 (55000 basic, 22000 HRA, 1250 M.A, 800 conveyance and 4300 special allowance) which totals to 10,00200 p.a which is more than 10,00,000 as mentioned in my offer letter. When I went for an interview, the HR manager asked me about this n I don't know the technical side of it. Do I need to check with my employer n ask them to issue me a offer letter with the revised figure. Please help me. The deductions shown in my slip are 6600(PF ) and 6620(IT) and 200(PT).
thank you
P Nambiar
6th August 2012 From India, Kannur
Dear Mahesh,
Thanks a lot for your inputs. Are the Stututory Deductions for payroll the latest, you have got ? I thought for ESI deduction for an employee was for a gross salary < 15K p.m Can you pl clarify?
Thanks,
Bharati
6th August 2012 From India, Madras
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