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Have a client who processing through MYOB super, but end of last financial year while it was processed they didnt use the clearing house for payment and paid directly into superfund.
So there is a double up of payment - actual amount that went through to super fund through cheque account and another amount sitting in superannuation payable as per normal - suggestions on how I can clean this up
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If super has been already paid, the payable transactions in AccountRight can be recorded under the Pay Liabilities screen, as that is used to record transactions that have been successfully paid without paying them again from the software. The help article: Paying payroll liabilities explains this in detail.
Please let me know if you have additional questions.
Amounts are in manage Payments as Pending authorisation and I can open them up and only option is to reverse superannuation payment if I do that will this then allow me to use the Pay Liabilities option as at present there is NOTHING there. the payments were made directly by client to the superfund when they would normally use the MYOB clearing house
Yes, reversing this transaction from Manage Payments will put the transactions back in both Pay Super and Pay Liabilities, and you can record them successfully from Pay Liabilities. However, please take a backup prior to reversing it so you can go back to the prior stage if anything goes wrong.