Our team at KKCA Firm are full of certified Chartered Accountants, financial consultants, and corporate advisors, based out of India.




S-21, Greater Kailash-1, New Delhi - 110048


A payroll is a list of corporate workers as well as a financial record of the remuneration owed to each employee in the form of salaries, wages, bonuses, or deductions. This list of payments is broken down by time intervals, such as weekly, fortnightly, and monthly payments. The task of coordinating the business’s distribution of wages and salaries to its employees is known as payroll processing in India.

Our payroll management service helps you manage your human resources more effectively. Rather than just distributing paychecks to your employees, we make certain that your corporation’s payroll is error-free. Exporting this process to our payroll specialists not only saves money, but it also allows you to focus on essential responsibilities, allowing you to develop without the constraints of human resources or infrastructure. Partnering with us will lower your overall cost of doing business while also increasing your profitability. Our experts will help with payroll administration in a way that optimizes compensation payments while lowering personnel costs to the firm (CTC).

Organized payroll management system has become a must for all businesses in the modern day, with the goal of reducing payroll operations, increasing productivity, and enhancing payroll administration and management.

We help our customers with

  1. Keeping track of wages.
  2. Creating a payroll system.
  3. Payroll processing on a weekly, fortnightly, or monthly basis.
  4. Making direct deposit payments to workers.
  5. Providing pay stubs
  6. Withholding taxes must be paid.
  7. Payroll tax returns must be filed.
  8. At the conclusion of each year, collect and vet investment proof.
  9. Payroll register, bank file, variance reports, and payroll summaries are examples of running administration reports.
  10. Providing pay stubs, tax statements, and other related documents to employees.

In regard to the employees recruited by their company, every employer is obligated to follow the appropriate laws. The following are some examples of how such laws are followed:

  1. Gratuity: The Gratuity Act outlines numerous employer responsibilities, including providing notice of the establishment’s opening, paying gratuity based on the employee’s services, and collecting insurance as required by the Act. Our team of qualified specialists will provide guidance on the Act’s requirements. We will also assist you in complying with the Act’s obligations.
  2. Provident Fund: Employers are required to file certain periodic returns with the specified authorities in relation to provident fund contributions made. All of the legal criteria are covered by our team’s knowledge, expertise, and experience. As a result, we can assist you with the systemic legal obligations, such as submitting periodic PF returns.
  3. Employees’ State Insurance: This is a multifaceted social welfare system designed to offer socioeconomic stability to workers and their families. Employers who are subject to the ESI programme are expected to follow the guidelines outlined below. Our staff will help you comply with these regulations by offering expert advice and assisting you in meeting the procedural requirements before the deadlines.
  4. Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)Employers are required by TDS legislation to deduct a specific amount of tax before paying an employee’s wage. TDS deductions must be done prior to the start of the payroll process. At KKCA, we’ll walk you through the process of deducting taxes from your employees’ pay in accordance with the TDS law. Second, we will assist you in remitting these funds to the appropriate authorities.

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