# salary slip calculation

• ### Question

• Hi

I am creating application in c# windows.I am am creating Pay slip form
All is given in formula.Basic Pay[BP] is fixed it is given as Rs 30000
[HR] has got Formula 5% of [BP]  =1500

for example
Earnings
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id   salary name    Formula     %    amount
BP    Basic Pay -          30000
CA    City Allowance                    [BP]        10      3000        10% of [BP]
HR   House rent allowance [BP]        5          1500  5% of [BP]

Deductions

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id    salary name    Formula            %    amount
EO   EPF Contribution  [BP]+ [CA] + [SA]    10            3300      here [SA] is 0

[SA] is special allowance  in earnings .[SA] is zero initially because it is not there in in earnings

if we add [SA] in earnings  ,the  value should be added in [EO]=>  [BP]+ [CA] + [SA]

for example if we add  [SA] in earnings

id   salary name     Formula     %    amount

BP    Basic Pay -          30000
CA    City Allowance                    [BP]        10      3000        10% of [BP]
HR   House rent allowance  [BP]        5        1500  5% of [BP]

SA   special allowance                [BP]        15       4500         15% of [BP]

now in expenditure

id    salary name     Formula            %     amount
EO   EPF Contribution   [BP]+ [CA] + [SA]    10            3750

Please  help me to get formula calculation   .It is urgent one

Thanks and regards

N.r

Monday, July 16, 2018 12:11 PM

### All replies

• Hi chandran,

Sorry I can not understand what do you want to do, this forum is discussing and asking questions about the Windows Form and ClickOnce, is your question related to this topic?

I'm not sure what do you want to do, and I'm afraid your description is abit confusing, so please provide more details for your problem.

Regards,

Stanly

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018 3:11 AM
• now in expenditure

id    salary name     Formula            %     amount
EO   EPF Contribution    [BP]+ [CA] + [SA]    10            3750

Here, the [SA] would be 1.5% of [BP]. That's what you're adding.
Hope that helps...

• Proposed as answer by Tuesday, July 17, 2018 5:56 AM
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 5:52 AM