From "walsa" : Our Company credits 15days' of Earned Leave to an employee after the completion of one year from the date to joining. The calculation is that for every 20days' worked, the employee earns one day Earned Leave. My question is that if he avails only paid leave in a year, is he still eligible for 15days' of Earned Leave next year?
7th June 2010 From India, Kochi

pillaip 2
Wanted to know whether leave travel amount (eligible as per rules) can directly reduce from the taxable income or its also part of any heads like 80c, 80d, 80b etc PP
7th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
Chini Sharma
Hi! LTA does not come under any section like 80c etc. Yes, it is directly reduced from the taxable income, if self declaration is provided by the employee. Chini
7th June 2010 From India, Gurgaon
khadim kapadia
Expenses incurred during travel i.e.2nd class return fare to the nearest railway station and nominal addl.expenses like cab fare from that railway station to your destination is treated as non taxable.
If it does not exceed the LTA payable to the employee then the balance amount i.e. LTA payable - Travel expenses will be treated as taxable.
If it exceeds then the total LTA amount will be treated as non-taxable.
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8th June 2010 From India, New Delhi
Latha Kanagaraj
Hi... earned leaves are calculated as one leave for 20 working days. As per my knowledge, Once the EL is paid to the employees the leaves are carry forwarded to the next year and accumulated upto 30 leave days only. If then also the employee didnt take any leave, the leaves will be paid and not carry forwarded further. New leaves has to be calculated.
8th June 2010 From India, Madras
ajeetvarma50 15
Hi Walsa,
This is regarding your query on "earned leave". As far as I understand your company is allowing you to earn 15 days leave in a year i.e. @ 1 day leave after 20 days of active service. Now when u avail your 15 days leave or part of your earned leave, u will not be entitled to earn leave during your leave period. Also ensure that some organisation do not allow leave in driblets. I mean to say that in a year 15 days leave can not be availed on various 15 days. Please check up this.
8th June 2010 From India, Mumbai
Gyan Mishra
Hi Walsa,
Kindly refer to Shop and Establishment Act fo your state and company policy hand book. As I understand, in general this 15 per year can be carried forward to a maximum number of 45 in 3 years which is governed by Shop & Establishment Act of the state in which the company is registered / operating. If you mean paid leaves are Holidays, weekends, Voting day, etc than all 15 days can be carried forward.
8th June 2010 From India, Delhi
Meghna Parthan
Hi there,
Is it possible that a company can decide about granting its employees the earned leave deviating from the Laws/Acts? As in, can a company design a policy according to which the employees are granted more than 45 days of earned leave (as mentioned by Gyan Mishra) for a period of 3 years?
8th June 2010 From India, Gwalior
Tejaswy Reddy
Let me know about when the Earned leaves to be utilised.They are tqaken when the Casual leaves remaining. Is there any combination of Leaves.
10th December 2013 From India, Gurgaon
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