সরকারি সাহায্যপ্রাপ্ত বিদ্যালয়ের স্যালারি-বিল
June 15, 2012 at 2:59 am #67581
আমি সরকারী সাহায্যপ্রাপ্ত একটি উচ্চমাধ্যমিক বিদ্যালয়ের শিক্ষক। আমাদের এ.ডি.আই. অফিস যখন কোনো একটি মাসের স্যালারি-বিল জমা নিচ্ছে তখন দেখে নিচ্ছে যে সমস্ত কর্মচারীর স্যালারি ২৫০০০ টাকা ছাড়িয়ে গেছে তাঁরা অগ্রিম ট্যাক্স কাটাচ্ছেন কিনা? যদি তা না হয়, তাহলে ঐ স্যালারি-বিল তারা জমা নিচ্ছে না। আমার প্রশ্ন, একটি এ.ডি.আই. অফিসের কি সেই অধিকার আছে যে তারা ঠিক করে দেবে একজন কর্মচারী কিভাবে তাঁর ট্যাক্স বা অগ্রিম ট্যাক্স প্রদান করবেন? এ ব্যাপারে সরকারের বা শিক্ষা দপ্তরের কি কোনো সুস্পষ্ট নির্দেশনামা আছে? আমাদের কারো যদি জানা থাকে ব্যাপারটা তাহলে দয়া করে জানান।June 18, 2012 at 5:49 pm #72873
Please follow our guidelines for posting and write in English only. Many of us cant read other fonts due to incompatibility of device. We expect your kind cooperation. Thanks in advance.June 18, 2012 at 6:15 pm #72880
Determining the norms of deducting ADVANCE DEDUCTION of tax is off course not a RIGHT of the ADI office, until and unless they or DI/s are considered to be the primary responsible govt. official in case of School teachers by the TAX officials and send notice of imposing fine for advance recovering of Tax.
This rule of deducting Advance Tax ((som can say better- i guess) by 25% by 1st qtr /75% by 3rd qtr (is it som!)) has been framed by I.T dept!!
Plz som upload that I.T. notification.
So ADI has rightly done that in favor of DI or himself by enforcing the rule – and that is a general system of not taking the salary bill to enforce some rule which are not liked by teachers!June 18, 2012 at 6:19 pm #72881
you are most welcome!
i am extremely sorry!
all my future posts will be in english.
the problem is that some people can’t express themselves properly in english.
tara jodi ei line tar moto kore banglay lekhen tateo kichhuta laghob hoy somosyar.
thanks!June 19, 2012 at 3:16 pm #72887
As per Section 192 of the I.T.Act, it is the responsibility of the Employer for tax deduction at source (TDS) at the time of payment of salary to employees whose salary income is above the maximum amount not chargeable to tax. The deduction should be made at the average rate of Income Tax out of which 30% should be deducted on or before 15th September, 60% on or before 15th December and 100% on or before 15th March every Financial Year.
The employee should estimate the entire amount of income tax payable throughout the F.Year and if the amount of tax is or over Rs. 10,000/- the provision of payment of advance tax should be complied.
@BIKU: Some files have already been uploaded, Please have a look at the following links:
1. TDS on salaries
2. Income Tax Guide in PDF fileJune 19, 2012 at 3:25 pm #72886
@Koushik. I am sorry to say that We already discussed the matter and decided to use English language and fonts only. We have all the respect for our mother tongue but using bengali fonts or language will create some problems and this site will loss its reputation as well world wide visibility. I can understand your feelings but please consider the matter, if we always want to use Bengali to express ourselves more fluently, we shall never learn English. To be frank, we are already on the weaker section on this aspect and the quality of English literature have drastically gone down since some valueless experiment made by our previous Governments. We should never ignore the value of English learning from the grass root. Obviously, it is not possible for all the members to write perfect and quality English but we never discourage anybody. Moreover, the Mods of this Forum always try to rectify the spelling and grammatical mistakes as far as possible. As such all the members can post in English without hesitation. To be honest, I am also not much fluent and perfect in English but I always try to learn from the post of some of the members of this forum who are quite excellent on this aspect. I hope you will consider the fact and agree with my point of view. Let us try to remove our weakness over English language and try to adopt it as far as possible.
Hope you will be kind enough to care for the future of this forum
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