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SUPERANNUATION REPORT AND POSTING TO FINANCE

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I am facing a problem with Supeannuation Contribution Posting to finance. If any employee's payroll was not processed in previous month, the reasons may be Employee was locked for payroll or hiring has taken place with retrospective date etc., for this kind of Employee's payroll takes place in current month. We run the payroll with the option of Forced Retro as 01.04.2013. In the Payroll /3S1 and /3S4 both are generating for both the periods i.e previous month and current month. We have checked the Superannuation report PC00_M40_SANL. Report is showing correct Superannuation basis and Contribution. Then checked the Posting Simulation. Here the /3S1 Superannuation is accounting in excess for 3 periods. It is supposed to be account for 2 periods i.e Prev and current month. We have processed the payroll again with the same parameters of Forced Retro to the effected Personnel Nos. Now this Posting inconsistency is not getting again.

What could be the reason

Any body got this kind of issue

Thanks and Regards

EKP YADAV

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 06:45 AM

    Could you let me know what kind of error it is throwing? You need to check with FI to open the period for those months for inconsistencies.

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 07:04 AM

    Yadav - Please test for posting run only who are getting wrong values Parnr .

    Then use t-code PCP0 edit Doc ,normally posting depending on payroll run & payroll results

    For inconsistencies.Please refer SAP Note :1667322

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