Payroll: Tax Table Revision Date (New Payroll Year)

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Payroll: Tax Table Revision Date (New Payroll Year)

Hi,

 

Two of our companies files still show 1/7/2019 in the Tax Table Revision Date after we had finalilsed the 2020 Payroll Year.

 

Our third company file shows 1/7/2020.

 

Please help asap as we are doing our payroll today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Payroll: Tax Table Revision Date (New Payroll Year)

Hi @MrBean 

 

I would make sure that you are using AccountRight 2020.2 (Help>>About AccountRight).


When you are on that version of the software, when you go to process your first pay in the new payroll year do the tax tables load into the company file.

You can check what tax tables are being used when processing a pay in AccountRight 20202.2 using the following indicator:

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Steven

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Re: Payroll: Tax Table Revision Date (New Payroll Year)

Hi,

 

Soon after I sent my question, I found some advise posted last Thursday by Suja_P from MYOB's Social Support and Community Manager.

 

I will try to process our first pay of the new year and see if it works.

 

 

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Re: Payroll: Tax Table Revision Date (New Payroll Year)

Hi Steven,

 

We are using the latest MYOB version and yes, the new tax table date does show up in the indicator.

 

Furthermore, after processing the first pay of the year, the 2021 year also shows up in the Report filters.

 

So far so good.

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

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