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How do I add and edit the payroll data of employees?

Before processing payroll, you have to make sure that the payroll data of all employees are correct and complete. Check everything beforehand! Because, this data will become the base to calculate the payment. In this page, you will see two tabs in a sheet consisting of the salary tab and payroll info tab.

Salary Tab

In salary tab, you have to check the data such as the employee name and the payroll components (allowances and deductions).

So, you need to check or update the data in Salary Tab? Go through out of this step:

  1. Check the amount of each component provided both for allowances and deductions. If there’s any change in the amount, you can just update by inputting manually on the sheet. Make sure that you don’t miss any payroll data of your employees.

Note: This payroll data contains of the components which the formula you have set on the Payroll Component. However, in some conditions, you can ignore the formula and just add the amount you want to update. Check the ‘Ignore Formula’ to activate the function.

Follow these steps to know more:

  1. Click the employee name (e.g. Dina Marlina) and it will direct you to this page below:
  2. Check ‘Ignore Formula?’ on component you want to update. For example, you want to ignore the formula in Sales Bonus component.
  3. Input the value or amount of component.
  4. The changes will be automatically saved.

Payroll Info Tab

In Payroll Info tab, you have to check the information such as bank information, health and social security, tax, death benefit, where-old benefit, workplace injury benefit, and pension scheme.

So, here you can do in employee payroll data:

  1. Check the employee name. Well, you can’t edit the employee name as it has been set on the Employee Information.
  2. Check the bank account. If there’s an update, you can just tap the column and choose the bank account that will be used.
  3. Make sure the bank account name of employee.
  4. Check or input the BPJS number.
  5. Check or input the Jamsostek number (where-old age benefit/ pension benefit)
  6. Choose the tax type either it uses Local or Expatriate.
  7. Choose the tax status (e.g. TK/0, TK/1, TK/2, TK/3, K/0, K/1, K/2, or K/3).
  8. Determine the tax borne by the company. It can be filled with 0, 0.5 and 1. The 0 means that company isn’t subject to employee’s tax. The 0.5 means that company will pay a half of employee’s tax. While, the 1 means that the company will pay fully the employee’s tax.
    This will be applied if the setting for Tax Borne by Company is activated in Company Data Setup.
  1. Determine the JKK, JKM, JHT, JP, JK (workplace injury, death, where-old age, pension and health benefits) are calculated or no. If these are calculated, choose Yes.
    However, choose No if it will not be calculated in the payment.
Updated on January 28, 2020

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