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LWF Arrears Wage type

Dear Friends,

In Indian Payroll , for statutory deductions like PF or ESI we have Std Technical brought forward wage types in case of Retro runs......Like For ESI we have /AE1 , /AE2.....

But for LWF we dont have any such wage types....my query is ,

Query :

Would it be right if i create the brought forward or carry forward wage types and give the required treatment.... ?

The said scenario arises...for e.g an employee has joined in December-2008, but the master has been updated on Jan 2009 w..ef Dec-2008, and he is eligible for LWf deduction....in this case LWF gets deducted.....but no Std arrears wage type for LWF is created...

Regards

Srijit R M

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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2009 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    I don't think there is any problem if you create your own customer WTs and pass the difference to these WTS.

    However, later on in case SAP provides standard solution to this, then you will need to remove the changes from your system.

    Thanks,

    VK

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2009 at 06:17 PM

    Hi,

    Did u enter data for LWF from December 2008 instead of 2009

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 11:50 AM

    Have to create LWF arrears wage type

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