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I m hr personal.... I m confuse regarding the Professional Tax & overtime. Plz guide me... Is overtime is included in professional tax.? & how it calculates on overtime.? Regards, Bhavi.
Hi, Professional Tax is slab based on Gross Salary. Hence OT too to be considered while arriving at PT Slab
Dear Sir,
Firstly thank you for your input.
Now for example if my organization is giving salary on 7th & we r deducting the PT. & we r giving the OT on 25th, so should we deduct the PT again from OT.?
& also as u said that we should considered OT too while arriving at PT Slab, can you explain this sentence with example.
Regards,
Bhavi

Dear Sir,
Firstly thank you for your input.
Now for example if my organization is giving salary on 7th & we r deducting the PT. & we r giving the OT on 25th, so should we deduct the PT again from OT.?
& also as u said that we should considered OT too while arriving at PT Slab, can you explain this sentence with example.
& is there any act which gives details about my question.?
Regards,
Bhavi

Let us assume that a Salary is paid in 2 intervals of every month say on 7th and 22nd of every month, do you mean to say that we have to pay the PT on the salary of 7th only and not of 22nd.
The Professional Tax is paid on the Gross Salary earned for a particular month, whether the OT is paid on a later date or on the same date is immaterial here.
Hope this clears your query

Dear, 1. Do you maintain wage register under S&E act or Contract Labour Act or any other act? 2. If not, pls maintain for legal compliance. Hence you have to pay P.Tax. Regards, Avish
Dear Bhavi ji,
OT is a part of earning and PT is payable on gross earnings during the calendar month. When you make payment to employees more than one occasion in a month, all such payments should be clubbed together to ascertain the PT monthly liability on total gross earnings in a month.
You are making payments twice in month. You need to adopt some system by which PT is to be deducted from total gross earnings during the month.
I suggest that you should add the amount of OT paid in previous month in the current months' gross for the purpose of PT deduction. This, I feel, is easy way.
Alternatively, you have to ensure the deduction of difference in PT due to OT payment from the payment of OT.
Hope you understand what I said.

Dear Mr. Bhavi my i know how you are calculating and paying ESIC ? as ESIC also applicable on Overtime Vikram Trivedi
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