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End of Year Payroll Processing Checklist

Below is a checklist that may help make your payroll process easier. This Payroll Processing Checklist includes STP Reporting

 

Procedure

Steps Involved

Checkbox

Pay Period Ending

Check PPE is correct

 

Public Holiday

Ensure Public Holiday is activated

 

Employee Adjustments

Employee Files

Payment - Banking for Banking details

Employment - Dept-Pay rate for Base Rates

Payment - tax for tax changes

Employment - Employment for Award changes

Payment - Allowances for any additional payments

Payment – Allowances for any deductions

 

Planned Leave

Employee File > Leave > Type > Planned tab

Annual Leave

Sick Leave

Long Service Leave

Other Leave type

 

Timesheet Entries

Employees with irregular payments

Terminated employees

Employees requiring adjustments

Employees requiring ad-hoc allowances

Casual employees

Salary employees if not using Auto Process

 

Salary Employees if using Auto Process

Salary employees with pre-defined times

Wages > Auto > tick Pre-defined Times and Leave

 

Unpaid Employees

Reports > Unpaid Employees

Check through for those not paid

 

Import into Agrimaster

Ensure payroll processed correctly, reconcile between WageEasy / Wagemaster and Agrimaster

 

Verify and Checking

Suggested reports:

Reports > Employee > Payment Summary

Reports > Banking > Bank Pay In

Reports > Payslip > Payslip Summary

Reports > Department > Payroll Cross Check

Net Wage and Pay Pay In

Reports > Payment Summary > Current Pay Period

Reports > Banking > Bank Pay In

Balance Net Wage to Banking Total

Discrepancies

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net $

 

Bank $

Generate ABA file

Reports/Banking/EFT Banking

Backup

Step through the Wizard

Reconcile amount to two Reports used above

Check the Date to Process is correct

Export File

Import into Banking Software

 

 

Amount $

STP Reporting

STP Button

Confirm Pay Event then choose Report to ATO

 

Print Pay Slips

Reports > Payslips > Print Wizard

Step through the wizard

 

Back up Data

Back up to m:Drive

 

 

 

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