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Hi I joined a new company in December last week and have got Jan salary and Feb salary so far. No tax was deducted in Jan as they said tax will be deducted in Feb collectively. Now a huge tax amount has been deducted and I dont understand anything. My fixed pay is 9 Lacs per annum and variable pay is 90000.
Attaching screenshot of Jan and Feb salary. Please can you help in understanding why so much of tax is deducted in Feb?
4th March 2017 From India, Bengaluru

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#Anonymous
You have to ask your payroll manager to explain the deductions and its basis. He will be able to explain it, since its he who has d ducted if.
4th March 2017 From Indonesia, Jakarta
Before January were you working with some other company, what was the salary there, whether they have deducted and TDS, if so did you submit Form 16 to your new company, whether your investment has been accounted for Tax calculations, there are many things to be looked into for Tax calculation. Please consult a tax consultant who would not charge more than Rs. 1500 for your return filing and other needs i.e. few small advises.
6th March 2017 From India, Ahmadabad
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