Payroll Processing in India: Allowances and Benefi

by Star Link Communication Pvt Ltd Biometric Attendance and Access Control Manufactur
Payroll management is a multifaceted process. As a part of payroll, businesses generally compute and withhold government taxes like social security and individual income taxes from an employee salary
Recommended Features
  • Payroll Software
  • Savvy HRMS
  • biometric Attendance System
  • attendance device
  • face reader attendance system
Learn more about Payroll Processing in India: Allowances and Benefi»

Review on Payroll Processing in India: Allowances and Benefi

Dearness Allowance: Dearness Allowance (DA) is an allowance paid to employees as a cost of living adjustment allowance paid to the employees to cope with inflation. DA paid to employees with salary is fully taxable. The IT Act mandates that tax liability for DA along with salary must be declared in the filed return

Related to Payroll Processing in India: Allowances and Benefi

Related Articles

Web Based Payroll Software - Things You Must Know About Online Payroll Software

Payroll management system helps accountant in easing their workload. It keeps all the financial records of all the employees which include wages, tax deduction and bonus. To ensure that all employee...

Payroll Software is a Cost Effective Tool for Streamlining of Payroll Operations

As the world becomes increasingly globalized with the rise in mergers and acquisitions and a highly mobile workforce, the payroll process is becoming increasingly complex and difficult to administer. ...

Payroll System Software

Understanding exactly what to do for your company when it comes to paying out workers or developing a given Payroll System Software is no simple task. Pay-roll software can be very complex to es...

About Star Link Communication Pvt Ltd Freshman   Biometric Attendance and Access Control Manufactur

9 connections, 0 recommendations, 33 honor points.
Joined APSense since, May 5th, 2018, From Delhi, India.

Created on Dec 7th 2019 02:09. Viewed 118 times.


No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.