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How to correct and emps Year to Date figues

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How to correct and emps Year to Date figues

An emp was over paid by 3 fortnights, he elected to pay back the nett about to the company, I now need to correct this so their YTD's $$'s are correct, how do I do this? and will this automatically work with i process the IR Filing to the IRD?

Ultimate Partner
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Re: How to correct and emps Year to Date figues

Hi there,

You need to process a pay in the exact reverse of what you have paid - this will reverse the balances in the year to date and correct the PAYE. eg; enter in -40 hours if you paid 40 hours. The only difference is that you will need to know what the PAYE amount is, and enter this as a negative amount (not qty). Make sure the that the DC line reflects the same amount paid in negative (ie -500.00 for example) - this is the same process for your other question regarding reversing annual leave - if you need to remove this from annual leave and make it ordinary time - you enter a pay with say -8 hours ANHL and +8 hours in ORD.

Jennie Kingma
JK Business Systems Ltd, Hamilton, NZ
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Re: How to correct and emps Year to Date figues

Hi @RamilaatOrion,


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