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Deduction wage type coming up in DDNTK but not in Rt table

Hi all ,

I am new to sap hr and just trying to get hands on experience with that. I am trying to run payroll for one of the employee I created. I did even configure info type 0014 for that guy to deduct parking fee of 100$ every month.

When I run the payroll , in the final processing, I expect to see the wage type in RT table, but somehow I am seeing that in DDNTK table. Where did I go wrong? What else should I do to see the wage type in RT table after complete processing ?

Please give me your valuable suggestions.

Thanks,

Daniel.

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 05:31 PM

    Hi Daniel,

    Does this EE have enough earning to cover his deductions of Parking Fee?

    The simple logic behind DDNTK table is when EE is in "Deductions greater that Earnings" situation, system first gives preferance to mandatory deductions like garnishments, insurance etc (which is usally set in priority table).

    If after doing these deductions EE dont have enough earnings to cover Parking Fee deduction, system will keep that amount in DDNTK table and will deduct from the next PP.

    So please validate and let me know.

    Arti

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      Hi,

      Priority for deductions during arrears processing

      This field assigns a priority to any deduction wage type used in arrears

      processing.

      In the arrears functions, deductions are sorted according to the

      priority assigned to them and processed in this order. The highest

      priority deductions are subtracted from the net amount first, then the

      next highest and so on in descending order until the net amount has been

      used up.

      Within one level of priority, the deductions are sorted according to

      wage type name.

      Arrears characteristics for wage types

      Determines how the deduction wage type should be processed if the net

      amount is not sufficient for the deduction.

      You can enter the following specifications:

      Specification 1: Deduct whole amount

      The whole amount is deducted irrespective of the minimum net amount.

      If the net amount is not sufficient, the deduction is divided into

      the amount that can be deducted and the amount that the employer

      advances the employee.

      A new wage type (advance wage type) is created for this advance and

      it is transferred to the next payroll period. If necessary, the

      amount is retained there.

      The link to an advance wage type is made using table T51P1 ( Wage

      Type Assignment).

      Specification 2: Deduct what is possible

      The deduction is made to the minimum net amount. The amount that

      cannot be deducted is stored in table DDNTK (Deduction Not Taken).

      The remaining net amount cannot be negative.

      Specification 3: as 2, Remaining amount to Arrears Table

      The deduction is made to the minimum net amount. The amount that

      cannot be deducted is stored in table DDNTK and also stored in table

      ARRRS.

      Specification 4: Garnishment, no reduction

      This is a garnishment wage type. If the amount cannot be deducted

      there must be an error, for example, in the distribution of wage

      types in table T51P6 (Characteristics of Wage Types reg. Arrears

      Processing ).

      The person is rejected.

      Specification 5: Deduct everything or nothing

      The deduction is only made when the total amount can be deducted. If

      the system cannot deduct the whole amount, the full deduction amount

      is stored in table DDNTK.

      Specification 6: All or nothing, in Arrears table

      The deduction is only made when the total amount can be deducted. If

      the system cannot deduct the whole amount, the full deduction amount

      is stored in table DDNTK and also in table ARRRS.

      Specification 7: Loan, no reduction

      This is a loan wage type. No reduction is allowed. If the net amount

      for the loan repayment is not sufficient, you must lower the amount

      of repayments manually in the infotype Loans (0045).

      Specification 8: Garnishment, deduct what is possible

      The deduction is a garnishment wage type. In contrast to

      specification 4, this wage type can be reduced. This can, for

      example, be useful, if an employee receives tips that are taken into

      account when calculating the garnishable amount.

      The system makes deductions from the amount until the remaining net

      amount is used up. The amount of the deduction that cannot be take

      is stored by the syste in table DDNTK.

      Specification 9: Garnishment, deduct what is possible, remainder in

      Arrears

      It is a garnishment wage type. As with specification 8 this wage

      type can be reduced.

      The system makes deductions from the amount until the remaining net

      amount is used up. The amount of the deduction that cannot be taken

      is stored in table DDNTK and also in table ARRRS.

      Thank you,

      Arti

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 05:17 PM

    hi,

    Please go in table 512W_D which is for maitianing the processing, cumulation and evaluation classes of the WT.

    so for the WT which you are giving in IT0014, maintian the Processing Class 20 with value 3, or 4 or 5 or 6 or 9 (as per your requirement) to get displayed in the RT table.

    hope this is helpful.

    please reward points if it is helpful.

    regards,

    salman..

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