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Loan wage types

Hi

In case there are two three loan subtypes in an organization and the loan recovery wagetype needs to be different for each type of Loan instead of SAP standard /LRP in the payslip.How can this b done without creating additional payment types.Each of the recoveries from the different loans need to be posted to different GL accounts.

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2006 at 06:07 PM

    You can copy the 3 set of loan recovery wagetypes and attach each loan wagetype to it to populate the recovery, balance and paid amount differently in the payroll results which you can sum it in the form editor to print the total loan recovery in the pay slip.

    Let me know if this had helped you.

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    Posted on Mar 02, 2006 at 08:05 AM

    Hi Nidhi

    I hope by now you had resolved this... however if still need an assistance do reply...

    Regards,

    Aslam Riaz

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:44 AM

    hello Nidhi,

    iam also doing loans can u help me out from the intial stage of loan configuration and that loan to be appeared in the payslip also ... waiting for the answer, because iam not getting correctly.and its urgent for me...

    Thank you

    k.manoj

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