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I have a requirement in Payroll India which i can't fill in Standard.

For Super annuation 15% is the calculation as per standard and Processed through /Wage types upto Rs 55,0000 of Basic Pay in RT table.

But the Constraint here is if the Wt1000 Basic in RT table is Greater than 55,000 for Example 60,000 maximum Amount of 8250 is processed as superannuation of that month and remaining 750 paid as Custom taxable Wage type

55,000 - 15% = 8250 (Super Annuation)

60,000-15% = 9000 (Total) i.e 8250 (Super annuation), 750 (taxable custom WT 3001)

Please help me in doing this through Rules.

Edited by: HRSAP2011 on Jul 20, 2011 8:00 AM

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 06:33 AM

    Have you written PCR for this.. if yes and you are facing some problem then put ur PCR here to analyze. If no, then try to implement the following logic -

    1. Store the 55000 constant in V_T511P.

    2. In PCR read the BASIC WT, compare it with constant stored in table. IF less then i feel you are already processing. If more than 55000, get the delta and apply the percentage. Store it into a custom wage type.

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 11:44 AM

    Try it

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    your custom wage type

    AMT?55000 Comparison

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    ADDWT /3S1 OT Output table

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    AMT=55000 Set

    AMT%15 Percent calculation

    ADDWT /3S1 OT Output table

    AMT>* Form maximum

    AMT-55000 Subtraction

    AMT%15 Percent calculation

    ADDWT (your custom wage type , taxable part) OT Output table

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2011 at 02:13 PM

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