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How to get arrears amount from payslip to report?

Dear expert,

There is a scenario like this, we need to display the arrears amount of wagetype in payslip to a customize report, but the remuneration statement seems display in a difference way from pc_payresult. I will explain

Screenshot below is a very simple payslip of period 02/2013. I have two arrears amount: Bonus and cash deduction.

Arrears Bonus: 50.000

Arrears Cash deduction: -20.000

The question is: I want to display these arrears amount in a customize report, when can I get them?

I checked pc_payresult for current period, table RT does not have these amount

I also checked Period For 01/2013 in 02/2013 (the retro period), also dont have

Below is the setting of remuneration statment

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 05:48 AM

    Hi

    You've to customize a carry fwd and a brought fwd wagetype for each of yr payment wagetype.

    Then copy the standard pcr in42,in43 and in44 to zn42,zn43 and zn44.In pe51 assign yr brought fwd wagetype to yr payslip.

    Santosh

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    • Former Member

      Thank you santosh, is there any other solution? I did that solution before but I am looking for something better, because with that solution, everytime we create new wagetype, we have to check and modify 3 PCR.

      My doubt is the payslip can display correctly arrears wagetypes, is there anything we can reuse from standard ?

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