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IT0589 Carry forward

Hi Gurus

I have A partcicular amount 40,000 for LTA for 4years time and the unclaimed amount will be carried forward to next year

I am maintaining eligibility in IT0589 as 01.04.2011-31.12.9999 = 40,000

I am claiming those amounts in Custom wage type. Kindly let me know how to carryforward the unclaimed amounts to next year or block

Edited by: HRSAP2011 on Aug 31, 2011 10:33 AM

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2011 at 09:09 AM

    You can check with following t codes...

    PC00_M40_REMS - Claims Status

    PC00_M40_REMC - Claims Balance Carry Forward : This repor enables you to carry forward unclaimed balances based on the type of reimbursement and, or perk claimed. The balance is either an amount or a number.

    This report will update the T7INAE table with the carry forward amount or number for the selected employees.

    PC00_M40_UPCF - Claims Balance Upload program

    Please go through the documentation of these reports....

    Mohan

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2011 at 01:41 PM

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