Payroll platform: Deduction categories

Overview

A payroll deduction occurs when you remove funds out of an employee's pay before they receive the pay cheque. Legislation mandates some deductions, and some are because of a private agreement between an employer and an employee. The payroll platform default setup for a new business includes three basic deduction categories, that are salary sacrifice super, pre-tax deduction and post-tax deduction.

The Deduction Categories feature allows you to create a new dedication category and specify details such as the category, external ID, payment classification and liability general ledgers mapping code. You can also use this feature to edit any previously entered information and delete a record that is no longer required.

Availability

Payroll Plan:   Standard   Premium

Getting started

Adding a deduction category
  1. Click the Business Settings menu.
  2. Click the Payroll Settings submenu.
  3. Click the Deduction Categories button.
  4. Click the Add button.
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  5. Complete the following fields:
    • Name.
    • Deduction type.
    • Impact on SG calculations.

    Helpful Hint

    The impact on SG calculations field only appears if in the Deduction Type field you selected the Pre-Tax Deduction option.

    • External ID.
    • Classification.
    • Expense general ledger mapping code.
    • Liability general ledger mapping code.
  6. Click the Save button.
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Maintain

Editing a deduction category
  1. Click the Business Settings menu.
  2. Click the Payroll Settings submenu.
  3. Click the Deduction Categories button.
  4. Click the deduction category that needs editing.
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  5. Make the required changes and click the Save button.
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Deleting a deduction category
  1. Click the Business Settings menu.
  2. Click the Payroll Settings submenu.
  3. Click the Deduction Categories button.
  4. Click the Delete button.
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  5. Click the Delete button.
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