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Ed Brown

Thank you for your response. I checked out on a dummy account and I see
where the class section is for overall hours, would I need to issue a
second check for the secondary class?
 
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Joanne

Ed Brown said:
Thank you for your response. I checked out on a dummy account and I see
where the class section is for overall hours, would I need to issue a
second check for the secondary class?
Unless I'm not understanding your question, everything is calculated on one
check. I do payroll for a non-profit with 60+ classes and 100+ expense
accounts. When preparing an employee check earning (example) $15 hourly and
having worked on 4 different projects during the period, there will be 4
lines under the earnings (top) such as:

Account: Rate: Hours: Class:
510 15.00 10 25
510 15.00 10 28
510 15.00 15 45
510 15.00 5 66


Then, presume overtime:

510 @ 1.5 22.50 3 45

The account is actually only the name given to the item which is then linked
to the actual expense account. Therefore, in my example, all wages here
will be coded to the 510 - Education Wages account.

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Jack Hatfield

I don't know which version you're using, but for example in 2002 US you can go to preferences then payroll preferences and at the bottom of that window you have the choice to assign classes by entire check or payroll item.  This would then work just as Joanne shows in her example. 

Joanne wrote:


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Thank you for your response. I checked out on a dummy account and I see where the class section is for overall hours, would I need to issue a second check for the secondary class?



Unless I'm not understanding your question, everything is calculated on one check. I do payroll for a non-profit with 60+ classes and 100+ expense accounts. When preparing an employee check earning (example) $15 hourly and having worked on 4 different projects during the period, there will be 4 lines under the earnings (top) such as: Account: Rate: Hours: Class: 510 15.00 10 25 510 15.00 10 28 510 15.00 15 45 510 15.00 5 66 Then, presume overtime: 510 @ 1.5 22.50 3 45 The account is actually only the name given to the item which is then linked to the actual expense account. Therefore, in my example, all wages here will be coded to the 510 - Education Wages account.




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There is at least one restriction (in Canada) - only one Salary item
is permitted on a check. However, it should certainly work for hourly
wages.



I don't know which version you're using, but for example in 2002 US
you can go to preferences then payroll preferences and at the bottom
of that window you have the choice to assign classes by entire check
or payroll item. This would then work just as Joanne shows in her
example.

Joanne wrote:


Thank you for your response. I checked out on a dummy account and I
see
where the class section is for overall hours, would I need to issue a
second check for the secondary class?


Unless I'm not understanding your question, everything is calculated
on one
check. I do payroll for a non-profit with 60+ classes and 100+
expense
accounts. When preparing an employee check earning (example) $15
hourly and
having worked on 4 different projects during the period, there will be
4
lines under the earnings (top) such as:

Account: Rate: Hours: Class:
510 15.00 10 25
510 15.00 10 28
510 15.00 15 45
510 15.00 5 66


Then, presume overtime:

510 @ 1.5 22.50 3 45

The account is actually only the name given to the item which is then
linked
to the actual expense account. Therefore, in my example, all wages
here
will be coded to the 510 - Education Wages account.




--
Affordable Support Services ..
No waiting for help.

660-949-2416
Northeastern Missouri
 

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