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black3650
Hello Everyone,

I am Rahman, I am a marketing manager of a very small company since last 2 years. Recently i got selected for a large software IT related company. I am joining on 15 March,2015. I Just Received An Email Demanding Bank Statement Of My Salary Account For Entire Work Period In The Current Company. However, I Am Paid Cash Salary by My Current Employer as It's A Start Up Company/Small company. I Don't Know What Should I Do Now. My present salary is 20,000. I have been asked to show them my salary slip of 20,000 of last 6 month. I asked my company to provide me but my Boss said me that "Made it yourself I will provide company pad and all necessary signatures". Can anyone please help me out to make a salary/pay slip of 20,000. ? What will be the salary break down? Can i show my basic more than 15,000 out of 20,000?? Are there any rules that basic salary cannot exceed more than 50% or 60% of total net salary/gross salary?

Please Enlighten Me. I Would Really Appreciate Your Guidance.

Thank You

Regards

Rahman

From Bangladesh, Dhaka
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Pijush_2011
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Black3650
Marketing Manager

Pijush_2011
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Hi Rahman,
Just Simply ask your employer to certify your salary. Salary certification sample letters are available on the web. If you think to prepare salary slips by yourself there is definite chances of mistake. So take a certification from your current employer on a company's letter head that you have worked with that company mentioned duration and during your tenure of employment you used to draw the salary of Rs.....
I think this would be the most simple and effective solution for you.

From India, Bagnan
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