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Opera 3 Payroll & HR

  • Multi-user, with Company and Group password control and menu level access restriction
  • Full integration with Opera 3 Document Management
  • Links to the Nominal Ledger, Cashbook and Costing Financial modules of Opera 3
  • Definable cheque and payslip designs to suit Company stationery requirements
  • Create unlimited Companies with unlimited employees per Company
  • Weekly, fortnightly, four weekly and monthly paid employees can be maintained all in one company
  • Employee profiles for efficient employee record creation
  • Employee payment details and payslip images can be retained for up to 999 pay periods
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  • In-Year P45(1), P45(3) and P46 file generation for online submission using the Online Filing Manager
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  • Automated Director’s National Insurance calculations
  • Multiple Pension Scheme management
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  • Caters for Holiday pay across year-end

Employee Records

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  • Employee photograph attachment
  • Ability to embed documents, spreadsheets etc, via OLE technology

Reports

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  • Additional Reporter module available, for the creation of your own reports

Pensions

  • Mixed Pension schemes per company
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  • Keep records for up to 99 years, including job changes and salary updates
  • Pro-rata holiday entitlement and holiday carry-over

Help

  • Comprehensive, context senstive help

Extended Information Sources

  • Export information to Microsoft products such as Word and Excel
  • Send reports via e-mail
  • Payroll administrator and management reports delivered via e-mail
  • Regularly notify staff of remaining holiday entitlement automatically by e-mail
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Chandigarh Administration plans to enhance VAT on motor vehicles to bring it on par with Punjab #car #leasing #companies


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Chandigarh Administration plans to enhance VAT on motor vehicles to bring it on par with Punjab The Indian Express Wednesday 2 December 2015

CITY RESIDENTS should brace themselves to dig deeper into their pockets to buy motor vehicles as the Chandigarh Administration is planning to increase value added tax (VAT) on motor vehicles to bring it on a par with Punjab.

At present, the city residents are paying 12.5% VAT while in Punjab VAT on motor vehicles is 13.2%. The proposal has been moved by the finance department and is under consideration of UT Adviser Vijay Kumar Dev.

UT Secretary (Finance) Sarvjit Singh confirmed that a proposal of hike in VAT on motor vehicles has been moved. He stated that there was need to bring parity in the rate of VAT as it will help in putting a check on malpractices.

B S Saluja, president of the Chandigarh Car Dealers Association, said that the move would neither improve nor affect sale of cars in the city. “It will only put additional burden on the consumers,” he said.

Recently, the administration had also mooted a proposal for increasing VAT on petrol to bring it on a par with Punjab and Haryana. The administration acted after a meeting of excise departments of UT, Haryana and Punjab was held to deliberate upon bringing parity in VAT on petrol.

At present, Chandigarh has the lowest VAT of 20% on petrol while Punjab and Haryana charge 32% and 26%, respectively.

In July this year, the administration had enhanced VAT on diesel from 9.68 % to 16.41%. In 2014, local Member of Parliament Kirron Kher had managed to get VAT on diesel reduced from 12.5% to 9.68%.

‘Reduce VAT on shoes, stationery and wood’

The traders of city have asked the administration to reduce VAT on shoes, stationery and wood to bring it on a par with Punjab. A delegation of Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM) met the UT Adviser to discuss the issue. “When the administration is increasing VAT in city on certain items to bring it on a par with Punjab, it should also reduce VAT on items which is higher in Chandigarh as compared to Punjab,” said Kamaljit Singh Panchhi, advisor, CBM.