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Professional tax not getting deducted

Dear Gurus,

I have an issue ...

The employee is transferred from Madhya Pradesh to Mumbai on 1st June 16 with effect from May 2016. The corresponding personnel actions is executed and corresponding infotypes 0007, 0008 are maintained along with infotypes 0000 and 0001. .

The retro payroll run is calculating incorrect Professional Tax (Ptax) amount as given under.

1. Payperiod 1 - April 2016 - Employee is in Madhya Pradesh and it shows PTax split pe as Rs.2500/-

Form 16 summary - amount - Rs.2500( MP) ..

2. Payperiod 2 - May 2016 - Employee is in Maharashtra and Ptax split pe amount is 200/-

Form 16 summary - amount - Rs.4700(MP and Mah).

3. Payperiod 3 - June 2016 - Employee is in Maharastra and Ptax split pe amount Rs 200/-

Form 16 summary - amount - Rs.2408(Mah).

Kindly assist ...

Regards,

Nishigandha

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 07:01 AM

    Hi Patkar,

    System is calculating correctly, for MP Ptax per month is 208/- and in march month it is 212/- total 2500/-. Now your employee was worked in MP for one month ie., 208/- and rest in MH i.e., 11 months.

    so MP : 208.00, MH : 200*10 + 300*1

    Total : 2508.00

    After Feb month payroll you will get 2508.00 (because for MH Feb Ptax Deduction was 300.00). till jan, 2017 payroll it will show 2408.00 only. you can test in the testing server for your cross check.

    Best Regards

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 07:14 AM

    I hope the calculations are correct, but clarify us one thing May month is it showing as 4700.?

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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