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PBS calculator printout is not mandatory. You will be fine without it too.positivesolitude wrote:well presented Chetan.Wish this was posted few weeks back.Anyways ,we havent included the PBS points calculator.Wish We had done it.Anyways ,awaiting a decision.Fingers crossed.
Just a doubt.Hope you had your on line saver statements stamped and signed.
Why not? You can put conversion rate after table and convert your Gross/Net salary. I wouldn't recommend to put multiplier and conversion rate in each row as it will increase chances of calculation mistake. But you can also Add additional statement after table or perhaps last row of the table to explain the calculation using conversion rate + multiplier.aksh_uk wrote:Hi Chetan,
This is an excelent post. I got all my cover leters done in no much time. Just one thing, in "Earning" leter, if the earning currency is other that pounds, should we should we also show the equalant amount in pounds and amount with country multiplier in the same table.
Hi Sandeep,sanblazer wrote:Hi Chetan ,
This is indeed a very useful post..I used ur's as a reference for mine..and got my visa in less than 3 week's
Big Cheers to u and all the active members !!
Wonderful Chetan,chetanojha wrote:Sure Ramesh.Will add it shortly.Thanks.tvn_ramesh wrote:Chetan.. a small advice..
It would be great if u can add the Weekly employee letter Format to ur Treasure of templates...
esply for newbie's as most of the Tier1 guys work on extra weekly jobs..
Hi John,John wrote:chetanojha, I think that is incomplete. That is, with reference to the dividends paid, there should be a further column, "Tax Credit", and the amount of that Tax Credit is one-ninth of the amount of the dividend paid.
The point is that for tax purposes, as regards dividends, the taxable gross amount is the total of the dividend paid and the Tax Credit. (Unless someone is into higher rate tax, the amount of the Tax Credit covers the tax liability on that income.)
You might also want to add a further column, for clarification, say "Gross Total", which would be a total of the gross Salary, the dividend, and the Tax Credit attached to that dividend.