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If gross salary is 10000 then PT should deduct as 150 but same person if he is in loss of pay then his gross salary comes below 10000, in this whether i have to deduct his professional tax according his fixed salary i.e 10000. As of now i have not deducted PT if he is in Loss of Pay...
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You have to remit the Professional tax for the gross amount earned for that particular month only, and not on the agreed salary. e.g. if a person whose salary is 12000 p.m. and he has worked for 1 day and his gross salary will be 400/- and the PT will be NIL.
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