A.R.Srinivasa
Administration
Rahool.ramchandani
Chartered Accountant
Rguph
Finance,taxation,hr And Admn
Manjeets
Chn Engg.
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Dear Friends,
Could anyone throw the light on the service tax liability on Salary income?
I have case here. However ude to identity restrictions, names have been changed. To understand the situation, kindly open the enclosed Service Tax.pdf file.
You can reply to me directly at also.
Regards

From India, New Delhi

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Yes, the service tax is payable on total reimbursements as per the valuation rules of service tax.
From India, New Delhi
For Salary of Employee , No Service Tax charged as per Negative list updated in the year 2012, however for manpower consultancy services Service tax will be charged for detail u can contact me,
Rahul Ramchandani,
9595933999

From India, Chennai
Sir,
I am working for a company on third party pay roll, I need to know that is service tax is chargeable on my salary payed by the company.
i.e. Company pays Rs.15000.00 P.M. against my salary
what are the deduction are calculated by the vendor i.e. TDS, Service Tax, Service charges, etc.
Thanks,
Manjeet Singh

From India, Hanumangarh
Anonymous
Dear Sir,
A retired central goverment department head (after the age of 60) extended his term and for the two months, he was paid INR15.20Lakhs. Please inform whether he is required to register with Service tax and service tax to be paid on the above INR 10Lakhs.

From India, Chennai
Dear Annonymous,
Service tax is payable in case of contracted
employees however if there is relation of employer and employee Then No service tax shall be payable?
Thanks & Regards
V SHAKYA
HR & Labour, Corporate Laws Advisor

From India, Agra
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