Payslips are forms issued to employees recording:
Before you can issue a payslip, enable the Payslips tab. Under the left navigation pane, click Customize, check the box for Payslips, and click Update:
Some businesses use third-party processing services to manage payroll. In such cases, there is usually no reason to enable the Payslips tab, because individual payroll transactions are not entered in Manager. Instead, lump-sum transactions are entered for each payroll period and individual payroll records are maintained by the outside processor. This can be advantageous when local tax and retirement laws are complex or change frequently.
Payslips cannot be issued until payslip items have created under Settings. See another Guide for procedures.
Payslips also cannot be issued until employees have been entered in the Employees tab. See another Guide for procedures.
In the Payslips tab, click New Payslip:
Complete the entry:
Datewill automatically be prefilled with today’s date, but may be edited.
Employeefrom the dropdown list of predefined employees.
Descriptionof the payslip
Earningsitem from the dropdown list.
Rateautomatically produce the
Deductionitem from the dropdown list.
Description, if desired.
Amountof the deduction.
Employer contributionfrom the dropdown list.
Amountof the contribution.
Custom theme(if any are enabled) to select a theme.
More earnings, deductions, or contributions can be added by clicking Add line. When finished, click Create to issue the payslip:
Payslips can be emailed to employees directly. Click Email while viewing the payslip:
The payslip will be emailed to the address on file in the employee’s profile in the Employees tab:
Payslips affect at least three accounts. More could be affected if various payslip items are allocated to other than default accounts. The first is Employee clearing account, where the net pay amount is posted:
The second is Payroll liabilities, where both deductions and contributions are posted unless those payslip items are allocated to other accounts when they are set up. All amounts posted to this account are owed to outside entities. In this illustration, both payroll tax and retirement match are posted to Payroll liabilities:
The third is Wages & salaries, where expenses to the business are posted unless allocated to other accounts as those payslip items are set up. In this illustration, both wages and retirement match are posted to Wages & salaries:
Payslips do not record payment to the employee. They only record expenses and liabilities associated with payroll. Further transactions are needed to discharge the liabilities by paying the employee and forwarding deductions and contributions to relevant entities.