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wages type /101 total gross salary is coming wrong in payroll run

wages type /101 total gross salary is coming wrong in payroll run, /101 coming different in RT than in pay slip. Also /416 gross salary is not matching with the value of Total gross * 12 showing

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2016 at 06:21 AM

    Hi Arvind,

    If your query has been resolved then please close the thread.

    Regards,

    Raman Kumar

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:31 AM

    Have you verified from PE51 that the payslip total reads the /101 wage type? It could be a cumulation wage type that is displayed there.

    So first confirm from PE51 what is getting displayed as Total in the payslip.

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:45 AM

    Hi Arvind,

    Wage type /101 is determined through the Cumulation Class 1 in the view V_512W_D.

    /416 on the other hand is not straight up calculated as,

    /416 = /101 * 12. This is NOT the correct calculation for /416. /416 is calculated as,

    /416 = /4V1 + /410 + /411 + /413 - /414. This is the correct calculation of /416.

    Best Regards,

    Aman

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 10:25 AM

    Hi,

    There is a value of 880 Rs. is coming in RT. Check that wage type number and the cumulation class(table - V_512W_D) 1 "Total gross amount" will be ticked so this issue is coming.

    Solution : Remove the tick this issue will be resolve.

    Regarding /416 :

    The '/416' wage type is populated during execution of function INTAX.Previous employment tax details (/4V1), Annual Regular Income (/410),Annual Irregular Income (/411) and Annual Perk (/413) are summed and Reimbursements to the extent exempt e.g. Medical (/414) is deducted from

    this summation to arrive at the value of /416.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Raman Kumar

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 11:04 AM

    Hi

    you gross and net pay is correctly calculating, in you payslip form pe51 you forget to add some wage type and that wt is having 880/-. check once pe51 all the wt's are maintained or not. because some wt is not showing in Earnings side.

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      /416 is sum of /410+/411+/413 and /410 = /124*No of periods /411 = /125* No of periods /413 = /127 focus on those components everything will get adjusted.

      Further payslip earnings part and log gross will not be same in all the systems since we use cumulation ID concept and we ensure that both the values should be same.

      Execute payroll in simulation mode with display log then you will get an idea.

      Regards

      Venkatesh

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  • Posted on Jul 29, 2016 at 05:15 PM

    I had not noticed this thread previously, but since this is a Payroll problem, it is always preferable to mention for what Country.


    Next, whenever you face a similar problem, you should first confirm if the problem originates in the Payroll Resultsl, since the PaySlip (or Remuneration Statement) is only a report based on the Payroll Results.


    Regarding WT /101, you have already received a lot of information on it's generation. You can also use t-code PC00_M99_DLGA20 to see all the WTs that cumulate into /101.


    Regarding WT /416, the Country Code is an important factor (that WT does not even exist for some Countries)

    but based on your description, I have to assume that your Country Code is 40.


    Once you can confirm that WTs /101 and /416 are calculated correctly in the Results Table, then you can try to identify the problem of it's representation in a Report (the PaySlip).


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    Posted on Jul 30, 2016 at 04:16 AM

    Thanks a lot...the problem has been solved

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