2016-12-01 00:00:00Payroll & BenefitsEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/in/resources/in_qrc/uploads/2017/05/QBO-Laptop-1.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/in/resources/quickbooks-blogs/calculate-professional-tax-adjust-payments-expense-claims-quickbooks-payroll/How to Calculate Professional Tax, Make Payments and Expense Claims in Your QuickBooks Payroll

How to Calculate Professional Tax, Make Payments and Expense Claims in Your QuickBooks Payroll

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We’re back with more topics on QuickBooks payroll that would interest you during pay run and otherwise. Did you know that certain states in India levy a tax on income earned by salaried and self-employed professionals? This includes states like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. And then there are states like Delhi where Professional Tax is not collected.

Quick Tip

If your payroll module isn’t calculating Professional Tax (PT) for employees correctly, recheck the state that you’ve selected.  For instance, if you enter the city as Pune but the state is set to Karnataka, PT would be calculated as per Karnataka slabs and not Maharashtra slabs.

Some more payroll FAQs

Here’s an FAQ that’ll help you gain  insights on how professional tax gets calculated. Why is Profession Tax (PT) not getting calculated? Did you have questions on how to make payments towards your QuickBooks payroll subscription? When and how to make payments for payroll in QuickBooks And check out a video tutorial on Reimbursement / Expense Claims Management https://youtu.be/SdEem-9t758?list=PLoURIxXztFLZYTVs0pySO8xmV9MxjZqFW   Related Articles: Using Payslips in QuickBooks Payroll Payroll Resources for QuickBooks Users Getting Trained in Payroll for QuickBooks   We are happy to help you. In case of any queries or should you require a training, feel free to give us a call at 1800 102 5599 (Toll-free, press 2 and 2 again), between Mon – Sat (9:30 am – 6:00 pm). You can also contact us through our community Intuit is a leading business and financial management solutions provider for small and mid-sized businesses and accounting professionals. Follow us: facebook Twitter Youtube linkedin

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