Meghalaya Professional Tax Slab Rate FY 2015-16

Meghalaya Professional Tax Slab Rate FY 2015-16 – Proessional Tax slab rate for the state of Meghalaya is levied as per constitutional power under Clause (2) of Article 276 where state of Meghalaya is empower to charge the professional tax as per the slab rate defined time to time.

How to calculate the Professional Tax deduction in Meghalaya in Form 16 ?

Meghalaya Government also levied the Professional tax on all type of professional like  salaried individuals of government , non-government entities, Private practicing in any profession i.e. Doctors, Engineers, accountants, Lawyers or any businesses.

Read : Professional Tax Slab in Andhra Pradesh

Read : Professional Tax Slab in Bihar

Read : Gujarat Professional Tax Slab Rate FY 2015-16

There is maximum ceiling of professional tax being charged by any state government i.e.  Rs 2500/-. which is allowed under deduction in Income Tax as per the section 16.

Professional Tax Slab in State of Meghalaya

Monthly SalaryProfessional Tax Per Month
Up to Rs 4,166/-Nil
Rs 4,167- Rs 6,250/-Rs 16.50
Rs 6,251- Rs 8,333/-Rs 25
Rs 8,334- Rs 12,500/-Rs 41.50
Rs 12,501- Rs 16,666/-Rs 62.50
Rs 16,667- Rs 20,833/-Rs 83.33
Rs 20,834- Rs 25,000/-Rs 104.16
Rs 25,001/- Rs 29,166/-Rs 125
Rs 29,167/-Rs 33,333/-Rs 150
Rs 33,334/- Rs 37500/-Rs 175
Rs 37,501/- Rs 41,666/-Rs 200
Above Rs 41,667/-          Rs 208 First 11 month and Rs 212 in March

Exemption from Professional Tax 

  1.  Personal with Physical Disability of permanent nature
  2.  Parents or guardian of person ssuffering from mental retardation.
  3. Senior citizen above the age of 65 years in all state other than karnatka where 60 years
  4. Parents or guardians of a child suffering from a physical disability as specified in clause (C) w.e.f 1.10.1996.

States and Union Territories where Professional Tax are not levied 

Arunachal Pradesh
Andaman & Nicobar
Dadra & Nagar Havelli
Daman & Diu
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Uttar Pradesh
We will be happy to hear your thoughts

      Leave a reply

      AskBanking - Banking FAQs & Support Blog