Take home salary may be less
This will increase gratuity etc. with PF contribution and there may be a decrease in the take home salary of the employees. The new code wedge may reduce your take home salary but more money will be deposited in retirement benefit funds like PF, gratuity. This can prove to be better for your future financial security.
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Rules will be changed for CTC
The CTC consists of three four components like basic wage, HRA and retirement benefits like PF, gratuity acrules, NPS. The new wage code provides that the basic salary of employees will be at least 50% of the total CTC, which means that the monthly allowance will not exceed 50% of the total CTC. The amount of CTC is never equal to the take home salary of the employee.
Change in gratuity
At present, gratuity is obtained after working for 5 consecutive years in a company, but under the new law, employees will be entitled to gratuity after working only for 1 year. According to the 7th Pay Commission guidelines, the DA rate for central government employees is 17%. In this, the central government has approved an increase of 4%, it has been increased to 21%.
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Tax free and taxable part of salary
According to the new rules, basic salary, special allowance, bonus etc. are fully taxable. At the same time, allowances for fuel and transport, phone, newspaper and books etc. are completely tax free. At the same time, HRA may be completely or some part of it free of tax. Also, NPS contribution equal to 10% of basic salary is also tax free. At the same time, up to Rs 20 lakh in gratuity is tax free.