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Posting balance is not cleared (Period 10 / 2010 P)

Hi,

When i try to run payroll posting, i obtain these errors. notice that there are retro involved..can someone point me out how do I maintain the wage type to correct symbolic account

Thanks.

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Posting Run

Statistic

Posting Run Type PP Messages Personnel Numbers

Posting Run Number 40 Selected 1

Doc. Creation No Documents Created Evaluated 0

Rejected 1

Skipped 0

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Evaluated Personnel Numbers Messages Characters Wage Type Number of Amount Currency BP

-- 08021367 ( Miss Gwenn SAP GB ) 0.00 8,200.00 GBP

--5 G2 10 2010 0.00 8,200.00 GBP

--5 Expense account 0.00 4,100.00- GBP

--5 SymAc 1100 - Wages and salaries 155.50 4,000.00- GBP

--5 CCtr 155.50 4,000.00- GBP

--3 Wage Type P /851 Total hours worked 155.50 0.00 GBP

--3 Wage Type P 1000 Annual Base Salary 0.00 2,000.00- GBP

--3 Wage Type P 9016 Pensionable SalBasic Only 0.00 2,000.00- GBP

--5 SymAc 1250 - Reimbursements, conditions 155.50- 100.00- GBP

--4 CCtr 155.50- 100.00- GBP

--5 Balance sheet account 0.00 12,300.00 GBP

--5 SymAc 9100 - Recalculation difference 0.00 12,300.00 GBP

|--3 Wage Type P /551 Stat.net recalc.diff. 0.00 4,100.00 GBP

|--3 Wage Type P /5A1 Sal.AWE base retro c/fwd 0.00 0.00 GBP

|--3 Wage Type P /5A3 Sal.AWE base nretro c/fwd 0.00 4,000.00 GBP

|--3 Wage Type P /5A5 Non-sal.AWE base c/fwd 0.00 100.00 GBP

|--3 Wage Type P /5T1 Txbl.pay recalc.diff. 0.00 4,100.00 GBP

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 12:34 PM

    Please review the posting in Table V_T52EL_NOFM, which assigns wage types to symbolic accounts. The best way to update this is to navigate through the IMG. I think the paths are similar for most countries.

    For the US, navigate as follows for assigning wage types to symbolic accounts:

    Payroll > Payroll: USA > Posting to Financial Accounting > Activities in the HR-System > Wage Type Maintenance > Define wage type posting attributes

    Regards,

    Howard

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2011 at 07:17 AM

    Hi Howard,

    The thing is the payroll posting is showing incorrect balances in Balance Sheet and Expense Acount..

    And from the retro wage type, it is showing the following amount which is not tally.

    Wage Type P /5A1 Sal.AWE base retro c/fwd 0.00 0.00 GBP

    Wage Type P /5A3 Sal.AWE base nretro c/fwd 0.00 4,000.00 GBP

    Wage Type P /5A5 Non-sal.AWE base c/fwd 0.00 100.00 GBP

    Wage Type P /5T1 Txbl.pay recalc.diff. 0.00 4,100.00 GBP

    Am wondering which wage type do I credit/debit back the amount on the above wage type, these does seems like standard wage type from SAP.

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2011 at 07:52 AM

    Hi All,

    from this link..

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_470/helpdata/en/e3/fbcd3a44a71b54e10000000a11402f/content.htm

    it says the system will debit/credit WT /551 and make the similar entry in WT /552

    But i dont see this is shown in my posting run doc..it only shows entry for /551

    Pls advice if anyone face the similar situation

    Thanks

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