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P-Tax Registration

Online P-Tax Registration through Legal Vidur

Professional Tax is like Income tax but is collected by the State Government. It is a tax on all kinds of professions, trades and employment and levied based on the income of such profession, trade and employment. It is levied on employees, a person carrying on business including freelancers, professionals etc.

Apply for P-Tax

    Note: For now, fees is charged for 10 employees i.e Rs 299*10 = Rs 2990. For more than 10 employees, fees will be charged @ 99 based on your requirement. Pay as You Grow.

    Let the experts of Legal Vidur offer you the needful aid on the P-Tax Registration & Filling process. P-Tax or Professional Tax is being imposed by all the State Govt. on every paid individual. The P-Tax is inflicted based on the profession, trade, or employment of the individual taxpayer. The tax rates also varied according to the various State Governments but the highest amount of payable P-Tax is INR 2000 per annum. Till now, states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Tripura, and Meghalaya are charging this particular tax.

    Company/Firms/LLP: Company, firms, LLP, Corporation, societies, HUF, Associations, clubs are taxable entity.

    Professionals(Individuals): Legal Practitioners like solicitors, Notaries, medical representatives like dentist, medical consultants, doctors and other professionals like management consultants, tax consultants, surveyors, CS, CA, Insurance agents, engineers, architects and contractors are all considered as professional individuals who need to pay professional tax.

    There are two types Professional tax certificates:

    • PTEC (Professional Tax Enrollment Certificate): This is paid by the business entity, owner or a professional i.e. Private/ Public Limited Company, Sole Proprietor, Director Etc.
    • PTRC: (Professional Tax Registration Certificate): Government or Non- Government employer deducts the tax from the employee’s wages and deposits the same to the government.
    Registration & Filling of P-Tax is Mandatory for :
    • All types of paid professionals working or trading in India.
    • According to the regulation, every professional acquiring a regular monthly wage is obliged to pay this particular tax. The professionals would get a unique registration number by registering in the P-Tax portal and using that they can pay the P-Tax therefore.
    • P-Tax registration is the responsibility of every business owner, who shall deduct the professional tax from an employee’s salary and expense for fulfilling the very regulation.
    Who are exempted from paying Professional Tax?
    • Foreign employees are exempt from paying profession tax.
    • Indians employed by the Foreign office and consultant are excluded from taking the certificate of registration .

    How we Work?


    Fill-up the form


    Make the payments


    Get the call from our P-Tax Expert


    Upload the details as requested


    Experts will take your approval for P-Tax registration and filling process


    Legal Vidur will complete the entire registration procedure

    Documents Required

    The following documents are mandatory for online P-Tax registration by Legal Vidur:

    Document required for professional tax Enrollment

    Document required for professional tax Registration





      The professionals can claim a deduction in their wages based on the paid professional tax. The particular subtraction will be allowed in the same year in which the taxpayer paid the P-Tax amount.

      Easy to conduct

      The P-Tax regulations are very easy to follow along with the registration process for this particular matter as a whole.

      Staying away from penalty

      Failing in P-Tax registration & filling can lead to a large amount of penalties that keep raising with time.

      Judicial requirement

      According to the rules and regulations of the Indian Govt. every working professional is obliged to pay the professional tax.

      Facilitating the State Govt.

      The local authorities and State Govt. requires this taxable amount for various development issues.

      Important Points

      After every financial year, the P-Tax should always be filed. The employers also get an opportunity to correct any mistakes made within the scheduled time of registration and filling.

      P-Tax amount varies in different states in India. Notably, Maharashtra Govt. amended a new law stating each partner of a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is liable to pay P-Tax of INR 2,500 per annum.

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

      Yes, if you are a salaried individual, it is mandatory to pay professional tax.
      The following are exempt from paying professional tax in Maharashtra-

      1. Members of army, air force, navy and related auxiliary forces or reservists.
      2. Persons on establishment of defence ordnance factories.
      3. Badli workers in textile industry.
      4. Persons with permanent physical disability including blindness.
      5. Parents or guardian of any person suffering from a physical disability or mental retardation.
      6. Women exclusively engaged as agents under MPKBY scheme of directorate of small savings.
      7. Persons who have completed the age of 65 years.
      Since professional tax is a tax levied by the state government, it usually differs from one state to another. Each state has its own slab that it declares and the professional tax is deducted based on these slabs.
      As Union Territories are small regions of the country, they tend to generate lower revenue than states. Hence, professional tax is not applicable for employees working in a Union Territory.
      The maximum amount of professional tax levied by a state is Rs. 2,500 which is allowed as a deduction from your salary.

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