Payroll reporting does not match STP reporting and payslips

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Payroll reporting does not match STP reporting and payslips

Hello @Tracey_H 


I have discovered an issue with a weeks payroll and I am unsure how to correct it.....


Firstly, I have been able to cross check that the payslips and the ATO Report (declaration date 25/12)  are balanced and accurate,  and the staff paid the correct amount.  However, when looking at the payroll reports for; Payroll Activity, Payroll Register etc they all have NIL/$0 data recorded. 

The payroll week of concern is 19/12 to 25/12.   I can see that this run (w/e 25th) has been recorded, but on the on the 26/12, as it is showing in the Payroll Activity, Payroll Register reports, however this rolls into the next payrun, with 2 weeks of pay reporting (the reports have 2 payruns w/e 25/12 and w/e 01/01).


I did process the pay on the 26/12, however the pay period selected was until 25/12, so I am confused as to how and why this has happened.


Im concerned as this will effect the Superannuation calculations for December.


I appologise if this is hard to follow, I will provide more details as required. 


I look forward to some advice.  Thanks, Ainsley.


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Re: Payroll reporting does not match STP reporting and payslips



Hi Ainsley


As the ATO uses the payment date to determine which month/quarter/year that a pay period is reported in, MYOB also uses the payment date. So if the payment date was the 26/12, run your reports to include that date. 


To check that the super calculations include all pays with a December payment date run the Employee Advice detail and make sure all pay periods are reported. In your case this would be w/ending 4/12, 11/12, 18/12, 25/12.


If you're still having problems please let me know.

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