Year-end processing encompasses several areas already discussed or will be discussed in the next post of the 10 most critical factors of SP payroll series.
HRSP and CLC
Tax reporter and auditing
Overpayments and claims
The year-end process should not begin in October, but should start immediately after annual tax reporting is complete for the previous year. The initial tasks should be a lessons learned document and business process documentation updates. This documentation will help us to not forget what we just went through in getting the previous ...
In this post we will cover troubleshooting as part of the series 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll. As we have discussed in previous posts in the series, payroll is greatly influenced by and processes the combined data from several sources.
HRSPs (HR support packs)
HR master data
Troubleshooting requires a good deal of diligence of keeping track of what is going outside of just payroll. Many of the areas we've previously covered can impact payroll such ...
We have covered 6 of the 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll in this blog post series. The next area we'll cover is Tax reporting and auditing.
Over the years, SAP has developed many payroll reports to make tax reporting and audit simpler process. However, these monthly, quarterly, and annual rituals can consume significant amounts of time and energy from payroll departments depending on the level of understanding of what SAP provides. Hopefully, you are already aware of the following reports you can use ...
Date: Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Time: 12:30pm EST / 9:30am PST
Duration: 60 minutes
Prepare now for year-end payroll in this live Q&A with Mike Timm. Join this one-hour online chat with payroll expert Mike Timm, a featured speaker at SAPinsider's seminar Optimizing Payroll in SAP.
Mike will take your SAP payroll questions on Wednesday, November 5 at 12:30pm ET. Listen to Mike's recent podcast on SAPinsider, then follow up with with your specific questions, including:
What are the changes you need to be aware of ...