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International Payroll and Schema

Hi Guru,

I have a question about the international payroll.

In my project, i need to implement for 3 country and all this country is payroll international.

The country is

1. UAE

2. Qatar

3. Kuwait

4. Jordan

5. KSA

May i know how i differentiate the Currency, Payroll processing and Schema?

Currency is tight to the Company code.

If PY Schema country grouping 99 has assign to UAE.

How about the rest of the country? which country grouping i need to assign?

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2008 at 05:31 AM

    Hi Tay,

    This you can done via defining different company codes for different currencies or the target countries.

    Warm REgards,

    Kapil KAushal

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2008 at 05:16 PM

    Hello,

    You can set all with country group "99". There is no problem with currency. But you will have the same Processing Clases and Cumulations to configure wage types.

    regards

    enrique

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      The company code is link to Currency.

      The Personnel Area is link to Company code as well as country grouping.

      When the Payroll Schema 99 determine the currency. It would always refer to the 1st found country grouping 99 currency.

      I not sure how you can determine the currency if you assign all the country to country grouping 99.

      Please explain more details. Thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2008 at 06:28 AM

    Anyone work on internation payroll?

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