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Leave encashment non taxable

Posted in Finance, Income Tax, India.

As per section 10(10AA) of income tax in india, leave encashment amount received by employee by a previous employer in full and final statement, is non-taxable. So If you have changed a job in financial year and received leave encashment for the remaining earned leaves (ELs) Just deduct the amount from total income and compute the income tax on top of that.

Payment by way of leave encashment received by Central & State Govt. employees at the time of retirement in respect of the period of earned leave at credit is fully exempt.

In case of other employees, the exemption is to be limited to minimum of all below:
1. The actual amount received
2. The cash equivalent of leave balance (max 30 days per year of service)
3. Maximum of 10 months of leave encashment, based on last 10 months average salary
4. Rs. 3 Lakhs


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  1. Sapan singh says

    Sir,
    Please tell me our SBI employee got 598000 rs as leave encashment on retirement whether it taxable or not?? How much amount will liable for tax??
    Regards.

  2. Salam khan says

    Can i rabet if i encashment my EL’s in financial year 2017 for 60 days if yes then please how

  3. Asiya says

    Dear sir
    If the EL encashment drawn in the FY 16 -17 and the employee continues to work then is there be a tax exemption for EL encashment, assuming he/ she is s government employee.

  4. Rathanam says

    Sir
    I am government emplyee i got 800000 rupees as earned and unearned leave salary , how i will tax or free

  5. SL Dhiman says

    Dear Sir, I retired from PNB bank service after 38 yrs of Service. Leave 232 days encashed if exempted from ITax.

  6. Palak says

    Hi Sir,
    My father got retired as a central govt employee. And I just have a question regarding leave encashment is it taxable or non taxable. Please guide. TIA

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