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employees joined our organisation in November 08 on a CTC of 27,000/- & 35,000/- P.M. How to calculate how much TDS to deduct & at what % considering that they have not received any remuneration in 2008-09?
What if they have received any remuneration from previous employer? Then how much is the deduction?
2nd January 2009 From India , Secunderabad

For computing tax liablility for the employees' their CTC breakup needs to be studied along with their investments; i.e. the employees having package of 1,75,000/- (35000*5) from your current organization may get HRA, Transport exemptions (under section 10), PF Deductions (under section 80C) etc. before arriving at the taxable income.
The tax slab of the FY-0809 is (For Male employees)
Upto RS 1,50,000 0%
150000-250000 10%
250000-500000 20%
Above 500000 30%

For female employees
Upto Rs. 1,80,000/- 0%
1,80,001/- to Rs. 3,00,000/- 10%
3,00,001/- to Rs. 5,00,000/- 20%
Above 500000 30%

Hence after taking into consideration the exemptions even the employee drawing CTC of Rs. 35000/- from Nov'08 may not be liable for any tax.
Regards,
Manoj Nair:-)
6th January 2009
Hello....this is Bhawana from Delhi. i am working with an UK MNC under the Govt. company. my salary is Rs.12,000 pm which comes upto Rs.1,44,000 per annum. so could u tell me please tht whether TDS will be applied on my salary or not...??? & if yes, then how much???? plzzzz reply me fast.....
26th February 2009 From India , Delhi
you can check latest updates for procedure tds on salary (Procedure for Tax Deduction (TDS) on Salary | Tax India) at http://www.etaxindia.org/2009/03/procedure-for-tax-deduction-from.html
23rd March 2009 From India , Amritsar
No, Tds Is Deducted Above Of 180000.00 & Ur Salary Is 144000.00 So Not Required To Deduct.
29th March 2009 From India , Delhi
No. You need not to file because your income is below 150000. You can calculate your income tax at https://www.payit.in
15th July 2009 From India , Hyderabad
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