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Professional tax is the tax by the state governments in India. Anyone earning an income from salary or anyone practicing a profession such as chartered accountant, company secretary, lawyer, doctor etc. are required to pay this professional tax. Different states have different rates and methods of collection. Professional Tax is a tax levied on professions and trades in India. It is a state-level tax and has to be compulsorily paid by every member of staff employed in private companies.

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What is the rate of interest for late payment of Professional Tax (PT)?
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On what basis Profession Tax shall be calculated?
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If the dealer is registered under MVAT Act, then is it necessary to be registered under Profession Tax Act in Maharastra?
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What are the categories of persons liable for Profession Tax?
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Who is appellate authority in Maharastra, under Profession Tax Act?
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What is Profession Tax in Delhi?
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Who can apply for Profession Tax Registration Certificate?
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What is Profession Tax in West Bengal?
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Who can get exemption from Profession Tax?
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What is the time limit for obtaining Registration Certificate of Professional Tax (PT) as an employer?
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Is there any facility of making lump sum payment of Profession Tax?
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What is registration certificate for profession tax and what is enrollment Certificate?
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What is Profession Tax in Andhra Pradesh?
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Can those employing wage earners get a registration certificate of Professional Tax (PT)?
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Are self employed persons eligible to get enrollment certificate of Professional Tax (PT)?
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What is the penalty for furnishing wrong information in Professional Tax (PT)?
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Where to apply for registration/enrollment of Professional Tax (PT) in Maharastra?
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Who can apply for Profession Tax Enrollment Certificate?
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If there is no previous year in the profession then what will be the rate of Profession Tax?
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What type of incentives will be available after making such lump sum payment for Enrollment Certificate for Professional Tax (PT)?
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