Unused Annual Leave + Loading (aft 18/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Annual Leave and Loading after 17 August 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Annual Leave + Loading (aft 18/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours they accumulated since their date hired (after August 1993) which will be taxed at the marginal rate – the same tax rate as their NORMAL Pay. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate (multipled by 117.50%), from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Annual Leave + Loading (bef 18/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Annual Leave and Loading before 17 August 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Annual Leave + Loading (bef 18/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired (before August 1993) which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate (multipled by 117.50%), from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Annual Leave + Loading (Redund)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Redundancy Termination / Cessation Annual Leave and Loading (Default Pay Type)

Unused Annual Leave + Loading (Redund) is used as part of a Redundancy Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate (multipled by 117.50%), from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Annual Leave (aft 18/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Annual Leave after 17 August 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Annual Leave (aft 18/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours they accumulated since their date hired (after August 1993) which will be taxed at the marginal rate – the same tax rate as their NORMAL Pay. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Annual Leave (bef 18/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Annual Leave and Loading before 17 August 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Annual Leave (bef 18/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired (before August 1993) which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Annual Leave (Redund)

Unused Annual Leave (Redund) is used as part of a Redundancy Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Annual Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Long Service (aft 17/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Long Service Leave after 17 August 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Long Service (aft 17/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the Long Service Leave hours they accumulated since their date hired (after August 1993), which will be taxed at the marginal rate – the same tax rate as their NORMAL Pay. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Long Service (16/8/78 – 17/8/93)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Long Service Leave between 1978 & 1993 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Long Service (16/8/78 – 17/8/93) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the Long Service Leave hours that they accumulated from 18 August 1978 but before 17 August 1993 which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Long Service (bef 16/8/78)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Termination / Cessation Long Service Leave before 16 August 1978 (Default Pay Type)

Unused Long Service (bef 16/8/78) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the Long Service Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired (before 16 August 1978) which will be taxed as a Lump Sum B payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


Unused Long Service (Redund)

Unused Long Service (Redund) is used as part of a Redundancy Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ the remaining Long Service Leave hours that they accumulated since their date hired which will be taxed as a Lump Sum A payment (Unused Annual and Long Service Leave). Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.

Redundancy And Early Retirement Payments

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - Redundancy And Early Retirement Payments (Default Pay Type)

Redundancy And Early Retirement Payments is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ as part of a Genuine redundancy or early retirement scheme. Any payments made using this type will NOT be taxed as will be classified as Lump Sum D. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Life Benefit (17%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Life Benefit 17% (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Life Benefit (17%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ any payment that does not fall under another Cessation / Termination Pay Rate Type. Any payments made using this type will be taxed at the relevant rate, which is dependant on the Payment Type Code that is entered. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Life Benefit (32%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Life Benefit 32% (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Life Benefit (32%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ any payment that does not fall under another Cessation / Termination Pay Rate Type. Any payments made using this type will be taxed at the relevant rate, which is dependant on the Payment Type Code that is entered. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Life Benefit (47%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Life Benefit 47% (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Life Benefit (47%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is being ‘paid out’ any payment that does not fall under another Cessation / Termination Pay Rate Type. Any payments made using this type will be taxed at the relevant rate, which is dependant on the Payment Type Code that is entered. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – No TFN (47%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP No TFN 47% (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – No TFN (47%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee has omitted from providing you with their Tax File Number. Any payments made using this type will be taxed at the relevant rate, which is dependant on the Payment Type Code that is entered. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Foreign Resident / No TFN (45%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP - Foreign Resident / No TFN (45%) (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Foreign Resident / No TFN (45%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee is considered a foreign Resident who has omitted from providing you with their Tax File Number. Any payments made using this type will be taxed at the relevant rate, which is dependant on the Payment Type Code that is entered. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Death Benefit (Dependant – 0%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Death Benefit Dependents (0%) (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Death Benefit (Dependant – 0%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee has passed away and the payment is being paid to the Employees Dependants at 0% Tax by entering the Payment Type Code of D. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Death Benefit (Dependant – 47%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Death Benefit Dependents (47%) (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Death Benefit (Dependant – 47%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee has passed away and the payment is being paid to the Employees Dependants at 47% Tax by entering the Payment Type Code of D. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Death Benefit (Non-Dependant – 32%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Death Benefit Non Dependents (32%) (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Death Benefit (Non-Dependant – 32%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee has passed away and the payment is being paid to the Employees Non-Dependants at 32% Tax by entering the Payment Type Code of N. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.


ETP – Death Benefit (Non-Dependant – 47%)

e-PayDay® Payroll Software - ETP Death Benefit Non Dependents (47%) (Default Pay Rate)

ETP – Death Benefit (Non-Dependant – 47%) is used as part of a Cessation (Termination) Pay Run, where an employee has passed away and the payment is being paid to the Employees Non-Dependants at 47% Tax by entering the Payment Type Code of N. Generally speaking, Superannuation (OTE) and Accruals (Annual, Personal, Long Service, RDO’s and TIL) do not accumulate on Cessation (Termination) Leave Pay Types.

All payments made using this type will be calculated using the base rate, from the following sections, in the following prority;

  1. The Employees Advanced Pay Set Up unless Calculate Base Rate on Advanced Pay Settings is selected,
  2. The Employees Special Award Rate,
  3. The Employees Hours paid at $ in their Award & Agreement.
  4. Alternatively, the Pay Type can be edited to set the rate or simply changed by entering the rate during a Pay Run.

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