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Reversing Payroll

Here is the scenario:

Payroll has been ran and checks have been processed. Our third party remittance has also be run. Realized there was an error with an order used on 4 employees when trying to post of FI. Then, our control record was mistakenly exited.

How can I reverse payroll for those four employees?

Your help is greatly appreciated.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 07, 2006 at 02:11 PM

    Hello,

    if only the control record is your problem, then just delete it and recreate it in transaction PA03. Do this at a time where you know that you're the only one on the system.

    First do take a backup of table PA0003 to catch eventual retrocalculations.

    Koen

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2006 at 03:55 PM

    Hi,

    There two ways you can correct the mistakes

    1. Correct the orders for 4 employees and system will take care of next payroll. You might have closed the order then you have to open those order till next pay period so the correction would take place correctly.

    2. We normally, issue checks for off-cycles because employees can get to cash quicker. Direct deposit takes 2 days to get to employeeÂ’s account whereas with a check, employee can take the check directly to the bank and can get an immediate access to cash. If employee is out of town (on vacation), then we process dd for the employee.

    Deleting the control record would have helped, if you would have not posted your third party remittance.

    Hope this would be help.

    Thanks

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