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Medical Exemption

Hi Gurus,

I have a scenario where 8.33 % of BASIC will be calculated as Medical every month (For emplyees who are out of ESI) and will be paid in every month. Now as and when bill will be submitted exemption will be calculated on the basis of the bill amoount.

I have done the following:

1) I have copied WT M211 and wrote a pcr for its calculation on the basis of BASIC as client did not wnat it to be maintained in IT0008.

2) I have maintained IT 0582 as and when bill is submitted.

However, I am getting exemption caluclation. what can be the problem? Please suggest.

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2010 at 10:01 AM

    Can you elobarate little bit

    Medical Reimbursement will get exempted from Annual Gross salary directly and the rest of the amount is displayed in Annual Gross

    check /414 wage type is being displayed or not

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Anirban,

      Could please do 1 testing by giving the wagetype directly in IT15 and run payroll to see the log of the wagetype is getting exemption.

      Check under INMED in the payroll log if the wagetype is getting processed.

      Because the link is Taxcode and RAP eligibility so the wagetype.

      Another is if INMED has parameter X then it ignores the exemptions infotype.

      Final clue, Employee might have claimed Medical insurance or medical amount previously above 15,000.



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