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Professional Tax Registration

Professional Tax is a tax levied on professionals like CA, lawyers, doctors, etc. and businesses in India. It levied on state-level like Karnataka, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Orissa, Tripura, and Madhya Pradesh. The owner of a business is responsible to deduct professional tax from the salaries of his employees and pay the amount so collected to the appropriate government department.

Like income tax, it is also a slab amount based tax. It is deducted every month from the income of the staff & pay the amount so collected to the appropriate government department. Legal Suvidha can help you in obtaining professional tax registration in India.

Advantages of Professional Tax Registration

REGISTRATION AS STATUTORY REQUIREMENT Certain states has made mandatory to obtain professional tax registration for employers to deduct and pay service tax on behalf of employees.
PENALTY SAFE Since it is a mandatory statutory requirement so failure to obtain professional tax registration or remit professional tax could result in fines and penalties that accrue over time.
EASY AFFAIRS The benefit of professional tax registration is that it can be obtained & complied with easily.
TAX BENEFITS A deduction from salary can be claimed by the taxpayer on account of professional tax paid.

Professional Tax Registration Registration Process

Documents required for Professional Tax Registration

1. Company charter documents (MOA & AOA)

2. Place of business proof with ownership details

3. Place of residence of all the directors with ownership proof

4. Two photographs of all the directors

5. PAN of business and all the directors

6. Canceled cheque from company’s current account and director’s saving and current account

7. Shop and establishment certificate

Frequently Asked Questions

On the date of disbursing salary/wages to any of his employees in the taxable limit for the first time.

An employer liable to pay Profession Tax is an assessee for Profession Tax Act.

It is equal to three times the tax payable under the Profession Tax Act.

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