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5 Tips to Increase Your Take-Home Pay

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, August 30, 2011   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Several people opt for a career shift, the only reason being they are underpaid and underwhelmed. Even in case of salary hikes after appraisals. Though you may have been given a good hike of 20 percent, the actual take-home salary would increase by less than 10 percent. This is not an uncommon experience. One question that keeps hovering on a salaried professional's mind is; given the fixed amount of salary, how to increase the net take home amount? There are multiple options available for you to increase your take home given the fixed CTC or gross income: Take On More Responsibility
5 Tips to Increase Your Take-Home Pay
Taking on additional duties could lead to an increase in either base salary or commissions. Are there other work-related duties you could add to your schedule for more pay? Take advantage of overtime hours. You might receive benefits from this action due to an upcoming promotion. Volunteer to take up a variety of new responsibilities. If you want your boss to have a good impression on you and consider your dedication and potential at work place, you could take up some specific managerial or project-related duties. This will help you build your individual profile, which in turn will have a greater impact during promotions or reviews.

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