Y.E.A. with Monthly Payroll



This section explains the activities which you must carry out when performing the Year-End-Adjustment with the monthly payroll.

The Year-End-Adjustment consists of the following steps: the payroll run, creation of employee remuneration statements and actual remuneration by bank transfer. Once these three steps have been performed, the Year-End-Adjustment is complete.

The payroll run consists of the following work steps:

You then create remuneration statements and actual remuneration. Bank transfers consist of the following work steps:


Simulating the payroll run

The System enables you to simulate the Year-End-Adjustment with monthly payroll run for test purposes. This allows you to ascertain whether master data has been maintained correctly for employees for whom payroll accounting must be performed and whether employees will be rejected by the payroll program because of incorrect master data.
When a simulation run is started, the control record remains inactive and payroll results are not saved. You can then check the payroll results, make changes either to customizing settings or master data, and carry out the real payroll run.

See also:

Y.E.A. with Monthly Payroll Simulation

Performing the Y.E.A. with Monthly Payroll

Remuneration Statement for Y.E.A. with Monthly Payroll

Transfer Payment for Y.E.A. with Monthly Payroll