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Thread: Topic 24: Wage Type Characteristics

  1. #61

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    HI

    100 Means full means 100% of base wage type

    ANSAL used for annual salary.

    Like Basic pay+HRA....for every wage type which should to Annual salary should use ANSAL with percentage generally 100%

    Quote Originally Posted by itsjustrishi View Post
    Should the Wage type being valuated with ANSAL always have percentage of Base wage type as 100.

    Thanks.

  2. #62
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    Yes, like HRA = 50% of Basic pay

    You only need to enter Basic pay, HRA will come automatically


    Quote Originally Posted by itsjustrishi View Post
    Hi, Can we valuate Wage types like Basic Salary on the basis of Annual Salary wage type(Base wage type) with ANSAL.

    Also, when we Valuate Wage type Annual Salary on the basis of Wage types like Basic Salary and HRA, does that mean we have to only enter either Basic Pay wage types or Annual Wage type in Basic Pay infotype(0008) after which the unentered wage type is automatically filled in IT 0008?

    Thanks.

  3. #63
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    Yes, your understading is correct.

    SUMME used for USA, PRZNT used for INDIA

    Quote Originally Posted by itsjustrishi View Post
    Hi, In the answer to Thiru's question you have suggested to use SUMME. Shouldnt we use PRZNT instead of SUMME because as per your post "SUMME is Very similar to the 'PRZNT' module except that the value of the wage type to be valuated indirectly is always the entire basic pay" so how can Wage type HRA which is supposed to be 50% of WT Basic be given SUMME?
    Pls correct me if I am wrong.
    Thanks.


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    Can you please reclarify this, are you saying PRZNT is only used for INDIA? In case of Canada would only the SUMME module be used or would it be based on business requirement and either of them can be used?

    Quote Originally Posted by welcomewiki View Post
    Hi

    Yes, your understading is correct.

    SUMME used for USA, PRZNT used for INDIA

  5. #65
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    SUMME should use for USA, Canada...

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    Quote Originally Posted by power2009 View Post
    Can you please reclarify this, are you saying PRZNT is only used for INDIA? In case of Canada would only the SUMME module be used or would it be based on business requirement and either of them can be used?

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