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Retro for Superannuation perk.


form 16 has to be generated for employees FY 2013-2014 .

But there was some change in the Superannuation perk PCR, because of that superannuation perk was calculating wrongly in form12B.

Now I have changed the PCR and moved to PRD. Now we have to rerun the payroll from Apr 2013 to Mar 2014 then only Superannuation value will come correctly in form16.

But Payroll has been run for employees till 31.05.2014.and posting also completed. Control record is in May2015.

Now which is the correct method of doing retro.

Suppose if I set control record to Mar2014 and again if re run, then system is throwing message employee is already in payroll of May2015.

I deleted the accounted to date in IT 0003 still the same message is coming. Do I have to delete the payroll results for Apr 2015 and May2015.

But what is the correct method of doing retro in this case. Because I have to do it for all employees.



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  • Posted on May 30, 2014 at 12:44 PM

    Firstly reverse the payroll docs from FI , no need of deletion of payroll results Just run the payroll with correct dates and check

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    • Former Member Sikindar T

      Hi Sikindar

      Recently I have changed the Superannuation PCR ZSAN and moved to PRD.

      But APR 2013 to Mar 2014 payroll is already run. Changes to pcr is not giving the result hence we need to re run the payroll for this period.Control record is in May 2014.

      In payroll driver, I have given the date as 01.04.2013 in the forced recalcualation field and running till date.

      But after doing retro, it is reading ZSNN pcr and 9SAN is not displaying in the RT and not coming in form16.



      ELIMI *


      I am adding 9SAN wage type in the form 16 to display the superannuation perk seprately.

      do I have to make any changes in PCR ZSNN. or any other setting required for retro calculation.



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