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Multiple Child Support Categories

Currently I have only one Child Support category, but now I have two employees, one is at $0.09/dollar calculated from his gross wages (or 9% of his gross). Another employee is a fixed rate per pay period. One Child Support category can't handle this... Is creating multiple Child Support categories the only way around this? I use the Standard Pay feature to set it in there, but it will only work properly if the Child Support category is set up properly.

Many thanks!

 

Elle

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Re: Child Support Deductions queries

That's the problem I'm having, currently one Child Support category was enough, but now I have two employees, one is at $0.09/dollar calculated from his gross wages (or 9% of his gross). Another employee is a fixed rate per pay period. One Child Support category can't handle this... Is creating multiple Child Support categories the only way around this?

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Re: Child Support Deductions queries

Hi @Eliane

 

Payroll categories are created and then linked to the relevant employees. When you make a change to that payroll category it will affect all employees linked to that category.

If you do need to make a change to one employee or set up the category for a new category with a different calculation basis you would be looking at creating a new payroll category and linked the appropriate employee(s). You can create a new category by going to Payroll>>Payroll Categories>>Selecting the appropriate tab and then selecting New.


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Re: Child Support Deductions queries

Thanks Steve!

 

We had multiple employees before with CSA payments, it's just because now, one of them is on a percentage basis. I can see that there's no other way around than create categories for different formulas. Thanks for your feedback!

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