What Is Percentage Of Basic Salary In CTC Of Employee?? - CiteHR
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Respected Seniors,
i have gone through many posts regarding percentage of basic salary in ctc.Some said it is between 20 to 40% some said 45% and somewhere i seen 51.63 %.Is there are fixed percentage exist or just it depend upon company policies.I am bit confused.
Sandeep Singh Bhati
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There should be no confusion about the basic component of a CTC. The Basic component is not governed by any regulation except that it should not be lower than the Minimum wages declared by the government.
I've have had organizations give 80% basic and some even 30%. It all depends on the company policy and the salary structure that they follow.
Cheers

Respected Seniors,
Actually i am totally fresher in HR . i want to know How PF, ESI , gross salary are calculated .plz guide me with some example formats. plz give me information about Professional Tax.what is City compensatory all .
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Hi sujatha,
PF is 12% from employee side and 12% from employer side.. From that 12% from the employee contribution 3.67% is goes to his EPF and 8.67% goes to his EPS account.
PF 12% is calculated in his/her basic salary and basic salary is calculated in his/her gross salary. Basic salary Percentage is depends upon the company policy.
ESI total 6.50%.. though the employee contributed 1.75% and the employer contribute 4.75% and the ESI is calculated in his/her Gross salary.
Thanks & Regards,
Valan

Hi sujatha,
PF is 12% from employee side and 12% from employer side.. From that 12% from the employee contribution 3.67% is goes to his EPF and 8.67% goes to his EPS account.
PF 12% is calculated in his/her basic salary and basic salary is calculated in his/her gross salary. Basic salary Percentage is depends upon the company policy.
ESI total 6.50%.. though the employee contributed 1.75% and the employer contribute 4.75% and the ESI is calculated in his/her Gross salary.
Thanks & Regards,
Valan
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Dear sir, Is it any particular rules for basic fixation or it is depends on the company policy...?
Dear Sandeep,
The ideal is 40% Basic & 60% Allowances. Employer keep basic at minimum for various purpose viz., indirect benefits ( PF, ESIC ) Bonus, Gratuity & increment.
It is always advisable as more % of allowance if properly named can give Income Tax benefits.
Regards,
Rahul Bagale

Dear Sandeep,
Generally if you have a PF component which is 12% of Basic salary then it is ideal to have 40% of CTC as Basic whereas if the company is not enrolled for PF deduction for employees then you can consider keeping a higher basic but not more than 50% of the CTC keeping legal and compliance angle in mind.
Best Regards,
Bhushan


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