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How to create notional wage type ?


I would like to know how to create a notional (one that doesn't pay, affect tax NI etc, and doesn't appear on the payslip) wage type.(GB payroll)

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  • Oct 25, 2017 at 02:20 PM

    The first time, you copy a Model WT (or a Custom WT) that is the closest to what you require, and then start modifying it.

    Using the WT Creation Utility, you can do a TEST copying a WT to create a new one, and you will see the list of Tables that would be affected.

    Unless your Model is already a Notional WT (or what I call an Information WT), you will have to make many modifications in Table View V_512W_D to Processing Classes, Cumulations and possibly Evaluation Classes, and you will probably also have to make some changes to other tables.

    There should be lots of documentation available online on WT creation.

    P.S.: Do you need a WT that will be saved in the Payroll Results Table or a Temporary WT that will be used during Payroll Processing and that does not need to be reported on later (nor saved to RT) ?

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  • Oct 30, 2017 at 05:26 AM

    If this wage types does not involve in net payment calculation, then wage type should not be ticked cumulation class /101.
    If this wage type does not involve in tax calculation, insurance calculation, then you just make sure the wage type does not cumulate to relevant technical wage types, like the technical wage type which is the final taxable amount.

    Wage types in paysip is configured in tables for PE51 form, you can check T_T512E ,V_T512Q.

    for HR form, the wage types is configured in Form in T-code HRFORMS.
    Whatever which kind of form, the evaluation class 02 is used to print payslip.
    so If this wage type is not designed to print in Payslip, then wage type should not be configured value in evaluation class 02.

    Payroll or forms to print wage type are all dedpended on the wage type cumulation class or evaluation class.

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