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mukeshgola1986@gmail.com Started The Discussion:

can somebody tell me that if my one employee salary is 48000/- then the below breakup is correct or not?

Basic : 30950/-
HRA :15000/-
Transport allowance: 800/-
Medical allowance : 1250/-


Regards
Mukesh Gola

Sudhir.HR - 
Dear If im not wrong we calculate basic salary 40% of Gross Salary P.M. HRA would be 50 % of Basic Salary P.M.

Kibz - 
Dear Mukesh,

Generally oraganizations keep Basic Salary as 40% or 50% of the basic. If you plan to keep the basic as 40%. I would suggest the following break up. However, if you keep the basic as 50%, the break up will be as follows. I would like to inform that extra money beyond basic, HRA, conveyance, medical can be covered in Special or adhoc allowance. In case your organization has an LTA policy then you may give LTA as well (though this has not been included in the brean up offered).

Salary Breakup at (40% of basic)
Component

Basic 192000
HRA 9600
Medical 15000
Conveyance 9600
Special/Adhoc Allowance 17150

Salary Breakup at (50% of basic)


Basic 24000
HRA 12000
Medical 15000
Conveyance 9600
Special/Adhoc Allowance 9950

Please note that stauary benefits from employer (PF & Gratuity ) are over an and above this salary. In case you want to inculude in 48000 then the break will differ.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Kiran

thx kiran ji, but in this case how salary part will be on exempted, if the rent paid is Rs.25000/- regards Mukesh Gola

Dear Sir/ Mam,

I am new member of citeman. I could not understand :wacko:the salary breakup of RS. 48000 given by Ms. Kiran. Please give me the full detail of calculation of the salary breakup of Rs. 48000/-PM.

Salary Breakup at (40% of basic)
Component

Basic 192000 (40% of Rs. 48000/-)
HRA 9600 (?% of ?)
Medical 15000 (?% of ?)
Conveyance 9600 (?% of ?)
Special/Adhoc Allowance 17150 (?% of ?)


Salary Breakup at (50% of basic)
Basic 24000
HRA 12000
Medical 15000
Conveyance 9600
Special/Adhoc Allowance 9950


After that I will give you another breakup :).

Regards,

VIVEK
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Salary Break Up is done based on 3 components.

HRA (House Rent Allowance)
Conveyance
Flat Allowance

HRA for non metro cities is 40% and for metro cities (delhi, mumbai, kolkata and chennai) is 50% of the employees' basic salary,

Maximum conveyance is Rs 800.

Flat Allowance depends how the employee's employer gives him or her the flexible benefit plan or package.

Employee claiming for conveyance cannot claim for fuel and maintenance charges. Either conveyance or fuel and maintenance has to be claimed.

HRA will be considered following three rules of counting HRA.

1. Based on the type of city the employee is residing.
2. Actual HRA received.
3. 10% of excess rent paid over Basic Salary

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