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Retroactive Accounting Issue

Hi Community,

I have a situation - I run weekly payrolls. Now my current pay period in (say) 15th. And there was a retro change during 10th pay period. Now when I run the payroll for current pay period (Which is 15th pay period), though the run is going fine but I see that there are 6 pay stubs being generated (for pay periods: 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th). which is incorrect. How can I reflect all the calculations on the current pay stub (that is of 15th period)?

Please guide as soon as possible.

Regards,

Harriss

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  • Former Member Former Member

    I was inquiring about the selection screen values you enter when you execute the payslip program. This means the initial screen of your payslip program.

  • Have you been able to print a single PayStub instead of 6 ? You should be able to get that through the program's selection screen.

    When it was printing one PayStub for every Payroll Period, was it showing the WT Description? What you see on the PayStub depends on what was configured, and there are many Archived Discussions on the subject. Each WT can be configured to display using different Line Layouts, and each Line Layout showing one or more elements (WT Number, WT Description, Rate, Number, Amount) and some pulling their information from the RT, the CRT or the XRT (Retroactive Variations).

    If you have been able to print a single PayStub by modifying your selections, then you should close this Question.

    If you have other problems, research them and if you can't find their solution, post an other Question on that new problem.

  • Former Member Rémi Corriveau

    Hi Remi,

    Reply please.

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    Oct 17, 2016 at 06:49 AM

    Dear Harris,

    while doing change is 10th period and checking results is 15th period will bring all the previous changes from 10th to 15th.

    As per my understanding standard working of system verify every period payroll results

    now what exactly is meant by "incorrect" Is your working doesn't produce correct results in pay period 15th or what?

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      Hi Babar,

      Yes - this is what even my knowledge says. As far I have worked till today, The number of payslips shud be same as the number of pay periods am running.

      Yet I was trying to know if am standing with limited knowledge.

      But - There is always a way thru which we can generate a single a payslip (may be reflecting the earlier balance as arrears with new wagetypes) by adding a few PCRs in XRRO schema.

      But how to go about this? I dont know :(

  • Oct 17, 2016 at 10:17 AM

    your issue might be due to incorrect setup in T-code PC00_MXX_CEDT - Remuneration statement

    (XX is your country grouping: e.g. 25 for Singapore, 99 for international).

    There are 4 options for Layout of retroactive runs as below

    A Print ret.accounting difference on form for payroll period
    D Print ret.accounting diff. on separate form for each period
    J Print retroactive runs on separate form for each period
    S as A, but total ret.accounting difference by wage type

    => plz choose S.

    After that only 1 payslip will be shown even you have many retro periods.

    If you wanna to understand how SAP handle retro in payroll schema, plz refer the following document

    https://blogs.sap.com/2013/01/21/understanding-retroactive-accounting/

    Hope it helps.

    Woody (Trong Minh)

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    Oct 17, 2016 at 11:24 AM

    While creating the Varinat for Remuneration statement for payroll driver remove the "X" mark from Print retroactive runs

    Tcode: pc00_mxx_cedt

    remove X from print Retro active runs

    let me know if its working

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    Oct 17, 2016 at 11:33 AM

    Hi,

    Have you set up retro wage type for regular salary allowance wage types, as this would give your better understanding.

    Thanks.

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  • Oct 17, 2016 at 05:15 PM

    I submitted a commment without noticing that Woody had already given the same as an answer.

    Guess I'll have to get used to this new website.

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