Since the amounts shown under the heads L.T.A and contribution to P. F are fringe benefits, your take home salary would be the aggregate of the other items minus your contribution to E. P. F and T. D. S.
22nd August 2018 From India, Salem
According to me you will get in hand amount : 14.5 , as pf and lta would be reimburse after a time being. this would be beneficial if you can ask your HR that what all benefits and allowance are in special allowance.
Seniors can give you more clarity also.
22nd August 2018 From India, Delhi
Your total earning per year is taxable. Therefore, it needs to know your Income tax saving plan( LIC Premium, NSC, Tax saving FD, PPF etc.), House Rent if any, Amount of PF & PTAX will be deducted at source and so on to arrive at your actual take home salary. Moreover, whether all the components will be paid monthly basis or any other basis will also be required. Try to enhance your basic idea about Income Tax otherwise being a taxable employee and rules are changing every year, you will be in trouble .
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22nd August 2018 From India, New Delhi
The gross monthly salary may be somewhere around 1.2L per month less taxes which depends on the savings, loans etc. You are eligible for standard deduction of 40k per year, housing loan interest etc apart from the 150k on the long term deposits/savings like LIC etc. You also have 50k exemption if you have NPS savings. But tax experts may be able to throw light on how to save the maximum whilst paying your taxes.
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22nd August 2018 From India, Hyderabad