Payroll Services

We know and understand how much you crave for a fast, efficient and trouble-free method for completing your payroll. FM Business Accounting Services confidential, cost-effective & complete Payroll service eliminates the tedious chore of payroll processing in your office.  It is a natural extension of the monthly financial reporting and tax services we provide. In Bangladesh Payroll services are either untidy or not in practice as a whole, but we understand that a services of quality will introduce a lot of people to receive it in great horizons.

Basically processing, calculating and distributing salaries is a tedious accounting process, which often can be time consuming. Distribution of salary also may include paperwork, transferring to different bank accounts, Tax deductions, employee savings account and so on.

At FMCI, we provide flexible and diverse payroll services and accountancy to improve overall payroll functionalities of small and medium sized business. Apart from the top-mentioned services, our service package generally includes a mix of following tasks:

* • Payroll calculations
* • Pay Slip creation
* • Submitting pay instructions to your bank
* • Withholding tax payment to Govt.
* • Withholding tax return submission to NBR/Govt. Authority
* • Calculation and maintenance of provident fund accounts
* • Necessary reporting

Both the employee and employer needs to deduct income tax before their payment is released. We will be happy enough to discuss your particular needs at a time of your convenience.

Tax Return Submission for Company, Branch Office and Person in Bangladesh

“INCOME tax return means submission of return of income in the prescribed form to the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Taxes by a person whose total income during the income year exceeds the maximum amount of non-chargeable income or the income of any other person in respect of which he is assessable to tax under the Income Tax Ordinance (ITO), 1984”. It must be noted that a non-resident Bangladeshi may file his return of income along with the bank draft which is equivalent to the tax accountability to the Bangladesh mission and the mission will issue a receipt of the return with their official seal and send the return to the National Board of Revenue (NBR). If an individual earns more than Tk 220,000 during an income year then she or he has to file income return along with the sources of income. However, the limit of maximum non-taxable income is Taka 275,000 for women along with the senior tax payers of 65 years and above age. For physically challenged individuals and retarded persons it is Tk. 350,000. The amount is Tk. 400,000 for all gazetted enlisted war wounded freedom fighters. Nevertheless, the following person also has to submit his or her income tax return though s/he did not earn much than the highest limit, this is applicable if s/he:
i) resides in city corporation or paurashava or divisional Head Quarters (HQ) or district HQ and owns motor car including jeep/micro-bus or holds membership of a club registered under the VAT law;
ii) runs any business or profession having trade licence and operates a bank account;
iii) has registered with a recognised professional body as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, income-tax practitioner, chartered accountant, cost and management accountant, engineer, architect, surveyor or any other similar profession;
iv) member of a chamber of commerce and industries or a trade association;
v) is a candidate for an office of any paurashava, city corporation, or a Member of Parliament;
vi) assessed to tax for any of the three years immediately preceding the income year;
vii) participates in a tender floated by the Government, semi- Government, autonomous body or a local authority. In addition, any registered company/Non-Government Organisation (NGO) shall file a return of its income or the income of any other person for whom the company/NGO is assessable to the authority.
There is a time limit to submit all formal documents and the tax return document is no exception.
 A company or Non-Gvernmental-Organization shall submit the income tax return, by the 15th (fifteenth) day of July next following the income year or where the 15 (fifteenth) day of July falls before the expiry of six months from the end of the income year, before the expiry of such six months and in all other cases, by the 13 (thirteenth) day of September next following the income year. However, the last date for the submission of return may be extended. This can be done by the DC of Taxes, but only up to six months with the approval of the Inspecting Joint Commissioner. However, even besides this, the Government can also prolong the time limit.