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technical wage type /ZF5

hi,

Can anybody explain me how /ZF5 behaves in payroll run. since it is carryforward wage type and calculating negative amount. please explain me how to limit it to positive amount

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gayatri

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    When ever Areras are given then this Technical wagetype acts for that period.

    and it store the arrears amount

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 08:11 AM

    hi,

    but this is showing the negative value. what may be the reason.

    waiting for the valuble inputs

    regards,

    gayatri

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    • Hi Gayathri,

      /ZF5 carries the difference of PF amount deducted by the system previously and in the current run in case of retro run. Say e.g. an employee was given full Basic Pay (Rs. 3000) in Sep. His PF deduction will be Rs. 360. Later in the month of Oct, LWP/UA for 5 days has been entered in IT2001 for the month of Sep. In this case system will run payroll for Sep (retro run) and the revised Basic Pay will become Rs. 2500. New amount of PF will become Rs. 300. Thus, the difference of Rs. 60 will be carried forward to current run through WT /ZF5.

      Check why retro run has been done by the system? Has it effected the PF Basis in any way? This could be only reason. Check your RT.

      Thanks

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 08:33 AM

    HAi,

    Say for ex... There is certain amount of arrears which is not taxed. /Z contains the tax amount of arreas which needs to be deducted ......

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