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ER Contribution for Pension not Reflecting in Payroll.

Hi Experts,

I have an issue in Pension ER contribution in Payroll.

We have created a function to calculate the ER contribution and incorporated in Schema (INT). while running the payroll

ER contribution is not reflecting Payroll.

Note: We are passing the calculated result to WT0902 Pension ER contribution in RT directly by referring structure PC207.

Correct me if this is the rite approach.

Regards

Raj

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 07:26 AM

    Is it for India payroll.Why do want custom Function for that.Directly maintain IT0587 and the pension contribution will automatically calculates

    Best Regards,

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      Hi,

      Instead of functionCreation why can't u generate through maintain Masterdata i.e IT0014 which is not effected for payments and deuctions just for purpose of posting and calculation value and Enhence PCR "x011" for WPBP splits or through Coustom PCR.

      It was very easy right..

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 07:33 AM

    Hi,

    Insted of going through SCHEMA please configure this table in simple way and check whether your client need is getting fullfilled if it is for indian payroll.

    V_T7INF1,V_T7INF5,V_T7INF5,V_T7INF3

    Go to pa30 and choose infotype 0587 and fill the details and for pension you can either give percentage or the fixed amount and run the payroll

    Thanks

    Vibin

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