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Pay a wage component to a different bank account

You can transfer the payment for the value of one wage component to a separate bank account.

Example:

You want to transfer the 'levenslooppremie' to a separate bank account.

You make the wage component suitable for payment to a separate bank account. You then link the wage component at the employee level to the bank account into which you want to deposit the premium.

If you link a wage component that is included in the 'Te betalen loon' calculation basis to an account number, Profit will pay the amount twice. The amount will be deposited into the regular account and into the linked account. In this situation you can use the 100.009.200 'Bedrag naar andere bankrekening' wage component.

To make a wage component suitable for payment:

  1. Go to: HR / Organisation / CLA.
  2. Open the CLA properties.
  3. Go to the tab: Wage component.
  4. Open the properties of the wage component.
  5. Go to the tab: General.
  6. Select the Suitable for payment check box.
  7. Click on: OK.

To link a wage component to a bank account:

  1. Go to: HR / Employee / Employee.
  2. Open the properties of the employee.
  3. Go to the tab: Bank.
  4. Click on: New.
  5. Complete the fields.
  6. Click on: Next.
  7. Click on: Finish.

    You have added the new account and you can now link the account to the wage component.

  8. Select the wage component.
  9. Do not select the Salary account check box.

    If you select this check box, Profit transfers the entire salary to the new bank account.

  10. Click on: Finish.

    You can now post the amount to the wage component 100.009.200 'Bedrag naar andere bankrekening'. You add the wage component for this to the employee. Profit pays this amount into the linked bank account.

Directly to

  1. Configure Payroll payments
  2. Record the payment settings per agency
  3. Add a processing group for collective payment
  4. Add bank account numbers of employers
  5. Link a bank account to an employer
  6. Specify payment settings per employer
  7. Specify the payment date per period
  8. International payments
  9. Wage component suitable for payment
  10. MCB Digital salary payments (Netherlands Antilles)
  11. Configure Payroll payments via SEPA

Process

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