Advance & deferred components of ctc


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  • An employee may leave his job for various reasons, such as - retirement/superannuation, for a better job elsewhere, on being retrenched or by way of voluntary retirement. 
  • FOR EG. IF D ACTUAL FIG. IS 14YEARS 7mnths it will be considered as 15 yrs.
  • number of days in a month is considered as 26Eg. If the actual fig. Is 14 years 7mnths it will be considered as 14 years only
  • Where 15 is
  • (e.g., if the annual salary is lower than he or she desires).They are often given as a way of making a compensation package more attractive to the employee It also lowers the risk to the company as it is a one-time payment; for example, if the employee does not meet expectations, the company has not committed to a higher salary.To encourage employees to stay at the organisation, there are often clauses in the contract whereby if the employee quits before a specified period, they have to return the signing bonus.Some companies give it to all their new joinees, but the amount that they pay varies for the recruits based on the talent of the employee.
  • Advance & deferred components of ctc

    2. 2. SALARY DEFERRAL • Salary deferral means taking some of employees income and putting it aside for later. Literally he/she is deferring his/her salary for later use, usually for use at age 59 ½ or thereafter. • It is an easy and convenient way to save. • Also sometimes employer offers a matching contribution to the employee’s retirement plan. This means if he/she defers some of
    3. 3. COMPONENTS OF SALARY DEFERRAL • Gratuity • Provident Fund • Group Insurance
    4. 4. GRATUITY DEFINITION: Gratuity is a part of salary that is received by an employee from his/her employer in gratitude for the services offered by the employee in the company. Gratuity is a defined benefit plan and is one of the many retirement benefits offered by the employer to the employee upon leaving
    5. 5. ELIGIBILTY & TAX TREATMENT ELIGIBILITY : As per Sec 10 (10) of Income Tax Act, gratuity is paid when an employee completes 5 or more years of full time service with the employer (minimum 240 days a year). TAX TREATMENT OF GRATUITY The gratuity received by the employee is taxable under the head ‘Income from salary’. In case gratuity is received by the nominee/legal heirs of the employee, the same is taxable in their hands under the head ‘Income
    6. 6. TAX TREATMENT Contd.. • In case of government employees – they are fully exempt from receipt of gratuity. • In case of non-government employees covered under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Maximum exemption from tax is least of the 3 below: 1. Actual gratuity received; 2. Rs 10,00,000; 3. 15 days’ salary for each completed year of service or part thereof
    7. 7. TAX TREATMENT Contd.. ‘In case of non-government employees not covered under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Maximum exemption from tax is least of the 3 below: • Actual gratuity received; • Rs 10,00,000; • Half-month’s average salary for each completed year of service (no part thereof
    8. 8. FORMULA FOR CALCULATING GRATUITY Gratuity= (last drawn salary/26)* 15 days* No. Of years of service where, last drawn salary= Basic+DA Completed year of service or part thereof’ means: • Full time service of more than 6 months is considered as 1 completed year of service & less than 6 months is ignored in case of non-government employees covered under the payment of gratuity act. • Less than 1 year is ignored in case of non- government employees not covered under
    9. 9. PROVIDENT FUND • The term Provident Fund is a fund providing a compulsory contribution for the future of an employee after his retirement or for his dependents in the event of his early death. • In such fund employee and employer contribute equally. • The PF contribution is 12% of Basic salary from both employee and
    10. 10. Contd... • Provident Fund comes under EPF - Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 and organaized by EPFO - Employees' Provident Fund Organisation which is a statutory body of the Government of India under Ministry of Labour and Employment. • In terms of Taxation, the employer
    11. 11. COMPONENTS TO CALCULATE PF Currenct Age _____________ Years Retirement age _________ Years Current EPF balance _________ INR Monthly basic pay ________ INR Monthly dearness allowance ________ INR Contribution to EPF ___ % Expected salary hike _____ %
    12. 12. TYPES OF PROVIDENT FUND • CONTRIBUTORY PF: All work charge Government employees who were not getting the benefits of pension are subscribed to this Fund. A subscriber, at the time of joining the Fund is required to make a nomination, in the prescribed form, conferring on one or more persons the right to receive the amount that may stand to his credit in the Fund
    13. 13. A subscriber shall subscribe monthly to the Fund. Rates of subscription shall not be less than 8% of subscriber’s emoluments and not more than his total emoluments. An equal amount is deposited in the account holders account by the state government.
    14. 14. GENERAL PF
    15. 15. EMPLOYEE PF
    16. 16. GROUP INSURANCE • Group Insurance is an amount paid to government employees after 60 years of employment along with the interest. • Monthly Rs. 30 to 60 is deducted from the salary of the employee. • In case of death of employee before 60 years this/her family member is given the amount.
    17. 17. ADVANCE SALARY
    18. 18. SIGN-ON BONUS • A signing bonus or sign-on bonus is a sum of money paid to a prospective employee by a company as an incentive to join that company. • Also known as joining bonus • It is a one-time payment • It has to be returned if the employee quits before a specified period given in the contract. • Signing bonuses are often used in professional sports, and to recruit graduates into their first jobs.