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Old 04-27-2010, 11:20 AM
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Default Personal retroactive accouting date v/s earliest retrocative accounting date

Hi Wiki,

Pls explain the statement " If the earliest Personal retroactive accouting date differs from the earliest retrocative accounting period then it will be backdated to the later date."

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Originally Posted by freesaphr View Post
Payroll Area

A payroll accounting area (which is often abbreviated to payroll area) is an organizational unit containing all of the employees for whom the payroll runs at the same time.
Use

The payroll usually runs for payroll accounting areas. Each payroll accounting area determines the specific dates for which the payroll runs, the earliest payroll period for which retroactive accounting is possible, retroactive accounting recognition, and the periods for which the payroll runs.


Last payroll period

Last payroll period.
Payroll Year

This field contains the year of the payroll period.
A payroll period is uniquely identified by the period modifier, the number of the payroll period and the payroll year.


Sort field for control record

This field stores the current payroll run.
You can run payroll accounting several times for each payroll period and area. This may be necessary if master data has been corrected. Each payroll run in a period increments the payroll number by one.




Earliest retroactive accounting period

Retroactive accounting in payroll can begin on the start date of this period at the earliest.
If changes relevant for retroactive accounting have been made before this date, the system does not take these into account in the current retroactive accounting run or in future retroactive accounting. However, the system triggers a retroactive accounting run up to this period.
Note

If the earliest personal retroactive accounting date differs from the earliest retroactive accounting period, then it will be backdated to the later date.

Earliest possible year for which retr.acc. can be performed

Definition

Retroactive accounting in payroll can begin on the start date of this period at the earliest.
If changes relevant for retroactive accounting have been made before this date, the system does not take these into account in the current retroactive accounting run or in future retroactive accounting. However, the system triggers a retroactive accounting run up to this period.
Note

If the earliest personal retroactive accounting date differs from the earliest retroactive accounting period, then it will be backdated to the later date.
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