What is CTC

Cost to Company (CTC) is the amount which an employer spends to hire and employee by creating a relationship of employee and employer. Employee gets CTC as per his or her profile and level of skill. The CTC amount which a company pay to her employees is basically the sum amount of Direct Benefits (Fixed …

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Leave Policy

In Organization or in Company Leave is a provision to stay away for genuine reason with prior approval of the authorities. I may also accepted for casual purpose or a planned activity, on medical ground Kinds of Leave There are 15 types of Leave in general Casual Leave (CL) Special Casual Leave (SCC Special Leave …

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Ms Excel Shorts and More educational Videos

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Important Payroll Terminology with details

ESOP (ESOP) means employee benefit which gives the employees an ownership stake in the company.The employer gives a certain percentage of the company’s stock shares to each eligible employeeat no upfront cost. Tax Treatment . 1.Employees are only taxed when they receive a distribution from the ESOP after retirementor when they leave the company. 2.If …

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Investment Document for Tax Exemption

Chapter VI A Under Section 80 C Life Insurance Premium receipts Differed Annuity receipts N.S.C. Accrued Interest receipts Provident Fund contrition receipts Receipt of Term Deposit for 5 year or more with scheduled bank Receipt of Public Provident Fund contribution Receipt of Senior citizen saving scheme deposit Receipt of Contribution made to superannuation fund Receipt …

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