### Jharkhand Professional Tax Arrear amount.

Issue:

Professional Tax Arrear wagetype/Amount is not showing up in result table.

Expectation:

Professional Tax Arrear wagetype amount is should appear in Result table.

Following case study is attached for reference. It can be checked in the payroll clusters. (Pc_Payresult)

For the Below mentioned case, ₹150 difference is showing up in the deduction part of the payslip. However the net pay is correct.

When compared June original results and Dec month retro result, we find that original result shows P.tax as ₹208 while retro shows it as ₹416. Which means there is ₹208 difference? Also in June ₹58 was adjusted in P.tax adj. hence in current month there is ₹150 difference. Implying P.tax arrear wage type is not working as expected.

/3p1 values when payroll for June was run in the month of June. = ₹208

/3p3 values when payroll for June was run in the month of June. = ₹208

4041 A P.tax adjustment wage type values when payroll for June was run in the month of June. = ₹58

/3p1 values when payroll for June was run in the month of July. = ₹208

/3p3 values when payroll for June was run in the month of July. = ₹416

/3p1 values when payroll for June was run in the month of December = ₹416

/3p1 values when payroll for June was run in the month of December = ₹416

/553 value which is the difference of this 208 is forming in December and the net pay is affecting.

However P.tax arrear wage type is not forming which can be shown in RT that needs to be in turn shown in deduction part of the payslip.

P.tax arrear deduction amount of ₹208 must have shown in RT which could have been pulled into deduction window and displayed to the client in the payslip.

NETPAY = Earnings - Deductions + ( Adjustment)

₹ 57,670.00 = ₹ 65,268.70 - ₹7,449.00 + ( ₹ 0.30)

₹ 57,670.00 = ₹ 65,268.70 - ₹ 7,599.00 + ( ₹ 0.30)

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