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Old 02-18-2009, 07:08 PM
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Control Record Looks like this




Only two things need to fill with Month & Year.

1. Payroll Periods
2. Earliest Retro Acctg period


T-code for Control Record : PA03
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1. Enter the one period less then the original payroll starts.

Like Example if your company payroll starts from 01.01.2000 so enter 01.1999 (Month.Year)


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Here you enter from which period RETRO SHOULD STARTS

Example : If your company payroll started from 01.01.2000.

Take one year so Jan 2000 - Dec 2000, Salary components like BONUS pays only RETRO from 01.01.2000, so if any entry before 01.01.2000 system will not take retro.





Earliest Retroactive Accounting Date

The Earliest retroactive accounting date field enables you to determine the date up to which retroactive accounting is possible for the payroll area.

You can only change the employee’s master data up to and including this earliest personal retroactive accounting date. If you try to change data in the payroll past for a date that occurs before the earliest personal retroactive accounting date, the system displays an error message.
Usually, you do not define the earliest personal retroactive accounting date for an individual employee in the Payroll Status infotype. Instead, you define the earliest personal retroactive accounting date for an entire payroll area using the payroll control record. If the earliest retroactive accounting period in the control record does not match the earliest personal retroactive accounting date in the Payroll Status infotype, the system uses the later date as the earliest retroactive accounting date.
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From this example payroll will starts from Jan 2000 and retro will accept from Dec 1999

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Once you Save

Come back to record and Press: Released f. Payroll

And you will find change in payroll period from 12.1999 to 01.2000

And Payroll Status will change too.




And SAVE
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Once you release Jan 2000 payroll come bakc to change Payroll status : Release f. payroll.

So now the payroll period will change from 01.2000 to 02.2000

Do same for ever month.

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Use Rel f. Correction if you want to change any released payroll.

And same if you wanted to check Payroll Results us this option.

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Old 02-18-2009, 07:29 PM
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Hi

Control Record End-user change every month.

ANY QUESTIONS.

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