1. Click Pay Day > Process Pays > Individual Employee or
    Click Pay Day from the Side Bar.
  2. Navigate to Payment Date and change to the current date
  3. Navigate to Period Ending Date and change to the current date
  4. Double click on any employee that is to be included in this out-of-cycle Pay Run.
  5. An alert will display: Pay Run Dates have been changed. Please choose one of the following options.
  6. Select Change Payment Date to xx/xx/xxxx and Current Period Ending Date to xx/xx/xxxx.
  7. Click Click here to Continue.
  8. Replcate the Employees Pay Slip exactly as it was paid, and write down the value displayed in PAYGW Non Tax ©
  9. Make the required adjustments to the pay types to ‘resolve the overpayment and write down the value displayed in PAYGW Non Tax ©
    1. The difference between these two amounts is the PAYGW the Payee does not need to repay
  10. Remove all pay types and re-add the pay type which was overpaid
  11. Enter a negative QTY
  12. Enter the amount of the overpayment.
  13. If required navigate to Total Tax (E = C + D), double click on the $ displayed and adjust.
  14. Make any other changes as necessary.
  15. Click Pending or OK to save all changes.
  16. Read here preview, print or export the Pay Run Reports
  17. Read here post the Pay Run,
  18. Read here to submit your Pay Event to the ATO

Example – John Smith was overpaid 2 hours Overtime

Orginal Pay Run

Pay Run Excluding Overpayment
The difference in PAYGW Non Tax © is $38.00

Pay Run to resolve Overpayment
The Payee needs to repay $73.44

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Last modified: Dec 14, 2021