Name of the Organization : Karnataka Commercial Taxes Department (pt.kar.nic.in)
Type of Facility : How to Pay Professional Tax Online in Karnataka?
Location : Bangalore
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Professional Tax e-Filing System :
This facility for Professional Tax Payers to enter and submit returns and make the payment electronically. The Professional Tax payers can generate the Certificate online without visiting the PT offices. This site also facilitates the registered employers to submit the monthly/quarterly/annual returns and make the payment electronically. Please refer the user manual for further details. The VAT traders have been enabled to make the Prof. Tax payment in the VAT e-filing system.
** The New EC and RC numbers are being provided for all the existing PT payers. New EC Number is displayed while entering the enrolment application and new RC Number is displayed once logged in to the system.
** If the e-payment is made, one need not have to visit the PT office and can download the Enrolment Certificate online.
** The already registered employer needs to collect the username and password from the concerned PT Office to open the PT login page.
** The already enrolled professionals can directly submit the return and make payment without any logging in process and download the certificate online
** The new enrolment application can be submitted online and payment can be made accordingly and download the certificate online.
** New registration application, under employer category, can be submitted electronically.
** The status of the registration application can be tracked through web-site and certificate can be downloaded once it is approved by concerned PT Office.
Online Payment :
Enrolment Application & Certification :
Enrolment and filing of e-return in Form 4-A under Profession Tax Act :
Every person (whether natural or juridical) who is engaged in any profession, trade, calling or employment in the State of Karnataka, specified in the second column of the schedule is liable to pay tax at the rate mentioned in the corresponding entry in the third column of the said schedule. Schedule is hosted on the website http://ctax.kar.nic.in. Further, every person liable to pay tax shall obtain a certificate of enrolment.
The amount of tax due from the enrolled persons for each year shall be paid as under:-
Person who is already enrolled before the commencement of the year Before 30th April of that year.
Person who is enrolled after the commencement of a year Within one month from the date of enrolment.
i. No tax is payable by a person who has attained the age of 65 years.
ii. No tax is payable in respect of any year if the period during which he exercises such profession, trade or calling or is employed does not exceeds 120 days.
iii. Certain categories of persons like person having single child, physically handicapped person, combatant member of armed forces etc. are also exempted by virtue of notification issued by the Government subject to terms and conditions laid down in the relevant notifications.
Filing of monthly statement in Form 5-A and the annual return in Form 5 by an Employer under the Profession Tax Act :
Every employer registered under the Profession Tax Act is required to furnish a statement in Form 5-A every month showing the salary and wages paid by him to his employees and the amount of tax deducted by him. Such statement shall be furnished on or before 20th of succeeding month along with payment of the full amount of tax according to the statement.
Such employer is also required to furnish an annual return in Form 5 within 60 days of the expiry of a year. Further, he shall pay the full amount of tax payable by him on the basis of such return as reduced by any tax already paid along with monthly statement in Form 5-A.
If the amount of tax deducted in a month is not more than rupees five thousand, such employer shall furnish Form 5-A within 20 days of expiry of a quarter along with payment of tax (“Quarter” means period of three months ending on 31st day of May, 31st day of August, 30th day of November, and 28th day or 29th day of February).
“ Salary” or “Wages” includes pay or wages, dearness allowance, arrears of salary, bonus, perquisites and profits in lieu of salary etc. . If arrears of salary or bonus is paid in kind, value of such kinds shall also include in the “ Salary” or “Wages”.
i. No tax is deductible and payable by an employer from his employee who has attained the age of 65 years.
ii. No tax is deductible and payable by an employer in respect of an employee in any year if he is employed for a period which does not exceed 120 days. Filing of monthly statement in Form 5-A and the annual return in Form 5 by an Employer under the Profession Tax Act
iii. Certain categories of employees like persons having single child, physically handicapped person, combatant member of armed forces etc. are also exempted by virtue of notification issued by the Government subject to terms and conditions laid down in the relevant notifications.
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