Deciding In Which Slab Of Profession Tax An Assessee Falls? - CiteHR
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Dear Sir/Madam,
I have a query with respect to profession tax. The query is on what is the meaning of salary for the purpose of profession tax.
I mean what all amounts should be included while calculating salary for the purpose of deciding in which slab of profession tax an assessee falls.

gross entitlement of salary including all allowances and benefits payable to employee is calculated for profession tax slab
So even employer’s contribution to Provident fund included in salary component for the purpose of deciding slab?
is employer portion of EPF or ESIC is payable to employee? its statuary liability of employer to the department
for PT purpose, all salary components, including wages/salary basic/ da / spl allowance/ HT|RA/ TA/ conveyance and overtime also is to be calculated.

Sorry I was asking about employees contribution to PF and esic whether it is to be included
Please answer whether employee’s contribution to pf and esic should be included while calculating salary for the purpose of profession tax
contribution of employee is deducted from his gross earnings. PT is deducted on gross earnings before any deduction.
So basically employee’s contribution to pf and esic should be included while calculating salary for the purpose of profession tax?
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