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Problem in superaanuation amount.

Dear Experts,

I am facing problem in superannuation calculation in my payslip:

If i am giving the following in PE51 : in window:

25 CRT 9SNC Superannuation Contri 04 X *

26 CRT 9SAN SAN Excess Contri 04 X *

then the personnel numbers who is having the superaanuation amt more than 1,00,000.00 then it is comming properly. Eg. Superannuation = 1,20,000.00 then Superannuation Excess= 20,000.

But the personnel numbers who is having the superaanuation is less then 1,00,000.00 then its superaanuation contribution is comming properly bu it is also showing some Superannuation Excess amount.

This is the problem of all the employees in our company.

And if i made the changes like:

25 CRT 9SNC Superannuation Contri 04 X *

26 RT 9SAN SAN Excess Contri 04 X

Then it is happening revirse ie. Employees with superannuation amount more then 1,00,000.00 getting problem and Employees with superannuation amount less then 100000.00 are comming correctly.

Plz guide me how to solve this.

Regards,

Rashmi *

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 11:43 AM

    Hi,

    Just check whether the excess amount is taxed as a perk.

    Cheers

    Ramesh

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