How can I change the Tax?

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4 years 5 months ago #235 by Darren
Hi
I am new to free payroll system.
Recently I found that the PCB tax deduction calculated in the system is different from the LHDN calculation.
I would like to change it to the LHDN figure.. is there anyone knows how to do so?

Please advise.

Darren

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4 years 5 months ago #236 by Kap-Chew
Replied by Kap-Chew on topic How can I change the Tax?
Hi Darren,

The PCB tax deduction calculated in this system is following the PCB schedule, while LHDN is using different formula for deduction. This is as if you are preparing the PCB deduction with reference to the PCB schedule.

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4 years 5 months ago #238 by Darren
Replied by Darren on topic How can I change the Tax?
Hi Kap Chew

Is there anyway that I can amend the tax figure? Please advise

Thank you

Darren

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4 years 5 months ago #239 by Kap-Chew
Replied by Kap-Chew on topic How can I change the Tax?
It's not yet possible now, but why do you need to do so, is it very significant?

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4 years 5 months ago #240 by Darren
Replied by Darren on topic How can I change the Tax?
yeah i would say it complicate the report..,
it computed tax is RM293 but actual tax deduction is RM366. If I dont changed it then it is hard for me to balance up my payroll report.

is there a way for disbale the tax computation instead?

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4 years 5 months ago #241 by Kap-Chew
Replied by Kap-Chew on topic How can I change the Tax?
Hmm... yes or no to your question on disabling the tax computation. But first I need to know further:

1. Why the difference is so big, is it because of other tax allowance? If so, what are those that the current system does not handle yet?

2. If you want to disable the tax computation, then what's left on the payroll calculation without tax computation? Just curious.

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