Creating a Remuneration Statement for Retirement Allowance


Remuneration statements are used to list all of the payments and deductions made for an employee during a payroll run in a simple, reader-friendly format.


  1. Select Retire. allowance ® Remun.statement.
  2. You do not make an entry in the Pay period field (payroll area/PP/YYYY) for the retirement allowance payroll. In the Off-cycle payroll, it does not make sense to specify the payroll accounting area, which indicates the accounting period. Use the field Payment day instead.

  3. In the field Personnel number, enter an individual personnel number or range of personnel numbers.
  4. In the field Payroll accounting area, enter an individual payroll area or range of payroll areas.
  5. If you make entries in both the Personnel number and the Payroll accounting area fields, only the employees that match the values in both fields are selected. Enhanced selection options are available for the fields Personnel number and Payroll accounting area. See the description of the standard selection screen.

  6. Field Special Run should be used only with Off-Cycle payroll accounting.
  7. – In the first field specify A (any other value is not currently supported).

    – In the second field specify R, to indicate retirement allowance payroll. These two fields are normally preset, when retirement allowance payroll is selected from the retirement accounting menu screen.

    – In the third field, enter the Payment day.

  8. In the field Form name, enter the name of the form you set up in Customizing. If you want to display a list of possible entries, choose F4.
  9. If you set the field Type of list, you can display more than one employee per form. Likewise, if you set the field Number of details, you can specify the number of copies of the statement that you want to print. You can set the field Number of details only if the field Type of list is also set.

    These specifications are preset when you choose Retire.liquidation ® Remun.statement.

  10. Select Program ® Execute.


A remuneration statement is created.