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Gratuity Calculator


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For the purpose of above calculation, salary would be taken as Basic pay + D.A.(if consideration for retirement benifits)

This Gratuity Calculator lets you calculate Gratuity Tax Exemption. Gratuity is the amount of payment made by an employer to an employee in appreciation of the past services rendered by the employee which is received at the time of retirement or in the event of death. The maximum gratuity tax exemption that an employee can avail is Rs. 20,00,000.

This Gratuity Calculator lets you calculate Gratuity Tax Exemption. Gratuity is the amount of payment made by an employer to an employee in appreciation of the past services rendered by the employee which is received at the time of retirement or in the event of death. The maximum gratuity tax exemption that an employee can avail is Rs. 20,00,000.

Calculate Gratuity

Please fill basic pay
Please fill dearness allowance
Please fill years of service

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Total Gratuity payable

₹ 50,000




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Our CAs will prepare your Balance Sheet & P&L after checking all the related details, assets, and liabilities, according to the reporting date of your company.

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The attributes of a balance sheet are Current Assets, Long Term Assets, Current Liabilities, Long Term Liabilities, Shareholders Equity, Account Balance, and Amortization or Depreciation Expenses.
If you find your Balance Sheet is not truly balanced, there might be some ambiguity due to these reasons:
Errors in currency exchange rates
Errors in inventory
Incomplete or misplaced data
Incorrectly entered transactions
Miscalculated equity calculations
Miscalculated loan amortization or depreciation
Inventory, Cash or Cash Equivalents, Accounts Receivable, Short-term Marketable Securities, and other comes under current assets.
Long-term marketable securities, Property, Goodwill, Intangible assets, and others are non-current assets.
The Salaries of people with administrative roles are included as fixed expenses because they are not directly related to revenue. However, it becomes tricky for people in manufacturing roles, as the labor is associated with making a product which is included in the cost of goods sold section once the product is sold.
The Balance Sheet shows the assets, liabilities, and shareholder equity at a given time. In contrast, a P&L statement summarizes a company's revenues, expenses, and costs during a particular period.
No, there's no difference between these two terms. An Income Statement is the same as a Profit & Loss Statement with two terms and vice versa. A Profit & Loss Statement shows a company's total income, revenue generated, and business cost to find the subsequent profit for a specific period.
The year-to-date or profit & loss statement is a company's financial statement referring to the amount of profit an investment made from the current year's first day.
Before preparing the balance sheet, one must create the P&L account first.
The critical components of a profit & loss statement for small businesses are - Costs of Goods Sold, Revenue, Gross Profit, Expenses, and Net Profit or Loss.


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