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Shraddha Kerkar
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What is the limit of leave encashment? Can any one help me with leave encashment policy? if employee has 46 earned leave, by the end of the year employer is payable for 1 earned leave?
From India, Panjim
Hai, This is purely based on management policy. Normally 30 days is the holding leave. More than 30 days only encash every year. Regards, Ramesh - HR Trichy, Tamilnadu.
From India, Madurai
Hi Shraddha,
There is no law to quantify how many days of EL/PL can be encashed. Such info is part of one's leave policy. If your leave policy is in vogue refer it's provisions. Just for an idea, 50% of days of leave in the credit of leave a/c can be permitted in a year. In your case, 46/2 = 23 days can be encashed. Balance of 23 days will remain in the credit which is open for availing. However it's subject to stipulated maximum limits beyond which, the excess days will automatically elapses. At the same time in case retiring employees on their superannuation the entire leave at credit (subject to maximum permissible for accumulation) can be encashed as 'full & final settlement'.

From India, Bangalore
Mr. Kumar has aptly elaborated. Its depend on the company policy about earn leave. If company is providing encashment for the accumulated at the time of superannuation / retirement / resignation / in case of unfortunate incidence like death, the employee is entitle for encashment.
A company can make provision for leave encashment liability through life Insurance company under group Leave Encashment plan and get Income tax exemption alognwith insurance coverage.
Prashant DC

From India, Thane
With regards to leave encashment Policy You can have from LIC of India. For more details you can send me the mail at my email id chandane_prashant@yahoo.co.in or call 7039917575
From India, Thane
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