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/563 Claim from previous month

Hi Experts,

In the current payroll run WT /563 is getting generated and showing Rs.10/- for single employee which is inturn throwing error message as Balance not matched in posting

No I want to run the payroll for that employee with out claim from previous month (/563) how can i do it Please help me out

Early reply is very much helpful and rewarded

Thanks in Advance

Sanm

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 06:09 AM

    WT/563 will generate when employee having claim in previous month.

    Check the payroll Log and analyse why Claim has generated in previous month WT /561 first...If WT/561 generated in the previous month then that will be carry forwarded to the current month with WT /563.

    Claim may generate due to Not maintained IT0009 or Deductions is more than Earnings...

    Check the table DDNTK in payroll log...

    Mohan

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    • Does the employee is on full month LOP in last payroll period and he is having any deductions in that month.

      Please check what is mentioned in the previous post by ERP Search for PDT and find out the amount difference.

      The problem might be in the previous period the deduction will be more than earnings, and in posting configuration you are not mapped /561 and /563 .

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 11:00 AM

    Hi Dear

    For the finding of previous claim /563 you should run u201CS_AHR_61015611u201D (Wage Type Statement) after the identifying Personnel Number in which claim occur. You can delete the previous claim through T-code PU03.

    1. In PU03 put the first date of current month or payroll Month in u201CEarl.pers. RA dateu201D field.

    2. Delete the date from u201CEarliest MD changeu201D and u201CMast.data chng.bonusu201D

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