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It would be great help if someone let me know if the payslip below is valid


Particulars Earnings Particulars Deductions


Basic 9,500.00 - -

House Rent Allowance 2,000.00

Supp. Allowance 1,500.00

Conveyance Allowance 600.00


TOTAL 13,600.00 -

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NET SALARY 13,600.00

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After pasting here the structure is changed, anyhow the numbers are same, this is payslip for year 2011.

I am getting doubt cause I got only 3 payslips and has no deductions, now when I applied for a new job they are asking form 16.

The problem is this company(2011) is not ready to give me anymore documents.

As a fresher I was not aware and anyhow I worked and got the salary, but my past is troubling me now, I do not have any income proofs I have experience certificate from company. I am trying to join in an MNC and they are demanding for form 16, income proofs and what not.

I got salary in hand, hence no bank statements, now I am feeling really helpless. Someone please suggest what can be done. I cant even remove that experience as it covers 2+ years in my resume.

From India, Hyderabad
In 13,600 there is no TDS as the minimum chargeable to tax was 180000 means Rs 15000 per month. So you do not need form 16. Tell your new company that.
From India, Kolkata
Thank you very much for giving your time to answer query, Can you please tell what is the financial year if my joining was june 2011. will chargeable tax limit be 180000, if my joining is as mentioned?
From India, Hyderabad
I was unable to find edit option, anyhow my another question is there is no pf deductions also as I can see in my current company payslips, So there is no income proof at all. How should I reply to HR queries in that case. Thanks once again :)
From India, Hyderabad
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