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6CPC Pay and Arrears – Income Tax Estimation

The lack of clarity over taxation of arrears that government employees will receive following the implementation of the 6th Pay Commission recommendations has finally cleared. The tax on first installment will be deducted in the current fiscal and that on the second installment will be deducted next year when they receive the actual payment.

Confusion had arisen about the tax treatment of the pay arrears that central government employees are about to get as part of their latest wage revision. According to finance ministry sources, only the first installment of the arrears would be taxed this fiscal. The taxation, they would be akin to the tax treatment in 1997 when the fifth pay commission recommendation was implemented wherein the tax was deducted at the time of payment.

Source : Economic Times

In line with this news, we have come up with an estimation of Income tax that is payable for the salary income received by the CG employee during the year 2008-09 (Assessment year – 2009-10).

Pay and Arrears Calculator – For All Pay Bands with Income Tax Estimation

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Income Tax Estimation for Pay and Arrears (2008-09)- Fixation of Pay on the date of increment

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