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Wage Type cumulate incorrectly

Jan 28, 2017 at 10:51 AM

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Former Member

Hi

We are trying to run payroll for an employee for the month of December 2016 (09 2016) with effect from June 2016 (03 2016) as some arrears entry has done for the employee. But when we check payroll result we have found that wage types should cumulate for 9 months but it’s cumulating for 13 months. Please help if you aware of possible reason.

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Former Member Jan 29, 2017 at 04:16 AM
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Hi,

Check the Payroll Control Record, and also check the dates in PU03 while you have run the payroll for the employee.

Regards,

Bhagyashree

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Former Member

Hi,

Thanks for your reply. Can you please tell me in detail what should I check on those tcodes.

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Sikindar T Jan 30, 2017 at 05:17 AM
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Check the Cumulation ID for that wage type is this happening only to this wage type or other wage types too and also ensure to check Start date and end date of the wage type is maintained properly in the master data

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Hi Sikindar,

Thanks for your reply. This is happening for all wage types. Please find the details from below screen shot -

Medical reimbursement is Rs 1250/month. So in December 2016 (09 2016) cumulation amount should be 1250 *9= 11250 but amount calculating 16416.64 (For 14 months).

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If this discrepancy is there for all wage types, Check V_T54C1, make sure entries are appropriate for cumulation type Y for your combination of period parameter and date modifier.

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Rémi Corriveau Jan 30, 2017 at 05:27 PM
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Through t-code PC_PAYRESULT, take a look at the Payroll Results for Payroll Period 01.2016 in 01.2016 (RT and CRT Tables) to confirm that the Amounts are identical in RT and in CRT.

Next, look PP 02.2016 in 02.2016 to confirm that the Amounts in CRT are the sum of the values from RT in PP 01.2016 + PP 02.2016.

Then, look at the results from the first pay that was recalculated (ex. 02.2016 in 09.2016) and confirm whether the Amounts are the same as they were originally (taking into account the retroactive variations).

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