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Offcycle payroll reversal (Out-of-Sequence)

Dear Friends,

What is the best and standard way of handling Out-of-Sequence reversal.

1. Is it recommended to make /569 and /571 wage types as zero while processing payroll by PCR?

2. How to process the payroll with /569 and /571 when out-of-sequence happen? and how to Post it FICO?

3. Is there any restriction like User-Exit or Authorizations to stop only out-of-sequence reversal?

Please give me right direction to solve this issue.

Regards,

TG

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 12:04 PM

    HI T G,

    When Out of Seq PY reversal is processed, it is because their is requirement of amster dat to be corrected and employee would need to have the payment made through correction payroll run after master data has been corrected.

    As for GL posting you would need to post /559 and /571 against relevant wage types that generates /559 like base salry, benefits EE and ER (if required) and taxes - EE with ER.

    When GL posting for correction run, it will also take into account he reversed payroll results and will reverse that posting if at all posting was done before payment was reversed for that particular payment in current run.

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks,

    Ameet

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