Process for Professional tax registration

The following systematic appraoch is undertaken during Professional tax registration :-

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Step. 1    PT application drafting

After we gather the necessary details, the application is duly filled and finalized.

Step. 2    Application submission

Application is submitted for verification to relevant authorities

Step. 3    Follow up with PT department

Our team checks with the authorities from time to time for any additional queries.

Step. 4    PT registration certificate

Once the application is approved, you shall obtain PT registration certificate within 3-7 working days





Packages

Basic

₹199/ month

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Pro

₹399/ month

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Enterprise

₹899/ month

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FAQ's

1. Who is Responsible for Deducting Professional Tax?
  • The employer is responsible for deducting professional tax from the salaries of his employees and paying the amount so collected to the appropriate state government.
2. What is the liability in case employers fails to deposit to the Government PT on time?
  • He will be liable to a penalty for the period during which he remains unregistered.
3. In which states is PT applicable?
  • PT is applicable in the following states and UT’s Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Puducherry, Punjab, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, West Bengal
4. What is the difference between PT and TDS?
  • PT is applicable on certain states and UT’s whereas TDS is applicable on entire India
  • PT is an Indirect Tax whereas TDS is a direct tax
  • PT is collected by Central Government whereas TDS is collected by State Government
5. What is the penalty and interest for the late payment of Profession tax?
  • If an assessee fails, without reasonable cause to make payment of any amount of tax within the time specified in the notice of demand, the assessing authority may, after giving him a reasonable opportunity of making his representation, impose upon him a penalty which shall not be less than twenty five percent but not exceeding fifty percent of the amount of tax due.
6. what are the benefits of PT?
  • Judicial requirement
  • Easy to comply
  • Avoid paying penalties
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