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Nashbramhall
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Hrm, Ir, Labour Laws
DURG_1973
Sr. Executive P & A
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Dear Frinds ,
I like to know if we have to pay Professional Tax for our staffs in Delhi.Is there any exception for Delhi. Can guide immediatley.
Let me know if there is any such rules .......
With Regards
Shyam

From India, Mumbai
I got the answr
There is no professional tax in Union Territories. It can be advantageous for all companies to distribute salary on all-India basis from the Union Territory of Delhi where tax is nil! In the state of Maharashtra the following persons are exempt from professional tax:
Members of army, air force, navy and related auxiliary forces or reservists.
2. Persons on establishment of defense ordnance factories.
3. Badli workers in textile industry.
4. Persons with permanent physical disability including blindness.
5. Parents or guardian of any person suffering from a physical disability or mental retardation.
6. Women exclusively engaged as agents under MPKBY scheme of directorate of small savings.
7. Persons who have completed age of 65 years

From India, Mumbai
Dear Shayam, Thanks for the above valuable information. But can you please tell what is the source of this information. In which Act we will find the above information more..... Regards, Jaya A.K.
From India, Bangalore
Everyone here please get the correct term noted. It is not professional tax, it is PROFESSION TAX.
And, Shyam. Thanks for the info. It shows you made efforts in finding answer to your query, unlike so many others in this site.
Prashant

From India, Delhi
Prashant,
As long as we keep spoon-feeding people, they (people who are inclined that way) will not bother to find answer for themselves. It is also frustrating to find people not giving enough information about themsleves and/or about the topic on which they raise questions.
Simhan
A retired academic in UK

From United Kingdom
I like to congratulate myself.........you know Why?
I have done the above post and it got 223 views......4 replys............atleast i managed to get such a huge numbers of viewers.
Sight and Insight: In this world, all are viewers and actors are seldom
Just a joke only but .......................
Shyam

From India, Mumbai
Hi,
As far as I know, all details mentioned by all our Hr Friends is correct and true. But at the same time, if people who are working with outsourcing companies and are placed with clients who are in cities / towns like New Delhi (Or any union Territory) with the primary employer in cities like Mumbai (or any city where PT is applicable), PT deduction can be done if the salary is processed from a single location where PT is applicable and as per the structure specified in that state. The same is applicable for ESIC also (but the deduction rate would remain @ par in all states).
Thanks
Milind

From India, Mumbai
Shyam,
Apt posting for the query. But do you know why profession tax is not applicable in UT? Or for that matter even excise duty is exempted in UT. Do you know why?
If you know tell the forum, else I shall post the answer tomorrow. (In fact its is very interesting to know such simple things)
Gopan

From India, Kochi
Dear Shyam ,
Pls take advise of your Sales tax Consul. As per my knowledge if the salary of Employees is being processed from maharashtra , you have to pay P. T.
Actually payment of P.T. is to be done from employees salary but it is a responcibility of Company to deduct the amount & make payment.
Pls check whre are you booking the salary amount in Ac.
D V Gosavi

From India, Pune
Dear Frinds What you think about Durg’s 1973 posting............ Who will be able to give a final word regarding this and close the chapter? Regards Carmel
From India, Mumbai

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