Picking who gets what deductions

  • Picking who gets what deductions

    Posted by DSC Communities on April 14, 2017 at 12:28 pm
    • Brodie Carnes


      April 14, 2017 at 12:28 PM

      When doing manual checks, is there a way to pick and choose which deductions are applied to each person? Currently we have to do multiple check runs if there is certain deductions for one person that we don’t want included for another person.

      Brodie Carnes
      Accounting Tech I
      WRC Payroll
      Wildhorse Resort & Casino
      Pendleton, OR

    • Charles Allen


      April 19, 2017 at 2:51 AM

      To be clear, you are using the normal payroll process (Computer Checks) but want to pick for each employee which deductions to use. One employee might have 401k and Medical and another employee might have Medical and United Way. You want to pick just 401k for employee one and United Way for employee two, even though they both have Medical assigned to them. Is all that right?

      Unfortunately, there is no way to handle this other than…
      1. Doing a pay run for each employee and picking the deductions on the Build Check window
      2. Going to the employee deduction maintenance window or quick assignment window and inactivating the deduction.

      Otherwise, a customization could be built that provides the user with a list of employees and their deductions, allowing the user to pick and choose which deductions to include.

      Charles Allen
      Senior Managing Consultant
      BKD Technologies
      Houston, TX

    • Denise McCaughan


      April 20, 2017 at 1:22 PM

      How many employees do you have?
      If you do not have that many, you could always mark the deduction as a transaction required deduction in the set up menu. You could then add the deduction in the transaction entry window and create a batch. This way instead of choosing the deduction in the build, you can add the batch to the payroll instead. This way you could separate deductions as you see fit.

      Denise McCaughan
      Administration Support Manager
      Southern Manatee Fire & Rescue District
      Bradenton FL

    • Joni Finnell


      April 24, 2017 at 4:24 PM


      You could make the deduction code inactive for the employees that you don’t want the deductions to come out for then make them active again after the process is complete.


      Joni Finnell
      Project Accountant/GP Troubleshooter
      Consumer Support Services, Inc.
      Newark OH

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