Rather than using time-intensive manual check transactions (which can take up to 17 steps!), you can enter negative pay code transactions in order to reverse incorrectly paid earnings on previous payroll runs, or to make other necessary adjustments.
Affects all core payroll reports
The entered negative transaction is carried through the payroll process and reflected on all core payroll reports, including the Department Posting Journal, Position Posting Journal and Pay Code Posting Journal. It will also show up on the next earnings statement.
Automatically updates your Financials
Corrections and adjustments will flow through the entire financial posting process, allowing your financial records to stay updated and consistent: they will carry through to General Ledger (GL) entries, appropriate credits and debits are made and an audit trail is created.
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Speedy Cash, The Money Box
“Negative Payroll Transactions makes our payroll processing much easier; no more manual adjustments to correct someone’s pay. Also, because it’s easy to make a transaction entry flow through to General Ledger, it shows up on all our reports so we know exactly what happened.” – Landon Russell
“Negative Payroll Transactions allows us to correct overpayments to employees by simply adjusting future payrolls with negative amounts.” – Cary Ripplinger
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
“Negative Payroll Transactions has made it possible to automatically ‘sync’ what our employees put in themselves as payroll corrections into the GP system – no additional manual labor required.” – Dallas Thiel
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Negative Payroll Transactions does not have to be used only to reverse earnings from a previous pay run. You can use it to reduce the wages using a different pay code. Example: An employee earns $20/hour and you would like to use a different pay code to reduce the wages by a flat $100 (using a different pay code that has not been previously posted to for the employee).