Important to read this for changes to Spire payroll!!
Allows more than 9 entries per timecard
It is important to use our updated stock pay cheque and direct deposit Crystal reports for this. If you have a custom paycheque report you need to edit it with the same changes we made or redo your customization using one of the stock reports.
Spire will automatically set the pay period based on dates. After creation of the timecard list you can still edit the period for each employee or for the complete batch.
If the employee has already had a timecard with that period, it will automatically make the timecard a supplemental for that employee.
Next Payslip Number
If the next payslip number is set to anything except 0, then the value in Next payslip No. will be used for the Payroll cheque number. If Next payslip No. is at 0 then the next Payroll cheque number will come from the Next cheque number stored in the GL account setup to process Payroll cheques. If both Next payslip No. and the GL Account Next Cheque are 0, then the Payroll cheque will not get a number.
Editable fields on timecards
You can now edit the following when processing timecards and before posting
- Federal Tax
- Provincial Tax
- RRSP/Pension *
Union Dues *
*defaults to 0.00 for supplemental timecards
- Can now print zero dollar pay cheques to allow for adjustments
- Added SIN validation. 000 000 000 can be used if SIN is not known or not required.
- Respect WCB maximum assessable
- Show Void Cheque number in VOID Payroll G/L transaction memo
On top menu, select Payroll/Schedule
Choose the payroll frequency that requires editing. Edit each period that is not the correct pay date. These can all be edited at the beginning of the year.
Once edited, and a user creates a timecard for that range the period will be selected.
Pay Period Text
The pay period text that is in the schedule can be printed on the pay clip. The field is hidden in the Crystal Report by default.