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Initiate RAE manually

For most of the entries, Profit automatically initiates RAE entries in approved periods. However, you can also initiate RAE entries manually. You initiate manual RAE entries if you are changing data that affects the wage calculation, but record the changes not time-dependent. For example: a change in the wage configuration, such as the inclusion in a calculation basis or the journalising of a wage component, or a change in the date of birth of an employee. When you initiate manual RAE entries, you recalculate one or more employees starting from the set period.


RAE entries that have been initiated cannot be deleted. You always have to process them. If they do not result in a difference in the salary processing, nothing gets calculated and the RAE entries remain in place. You can delete them using the RAE action from the command line.

To initiate RAE entries:

  1. Go to: HR / Payroll / Salary processing cockpit.
  2. Click on the action: RAE.
  3. Open the view:
    • Retroactive effect, not approved

      You see the RAE entries that still have to be approved.

    • Retroactive effect, unprocessed

      You see the RAE entries that still have to be processed.

  4. Click on: New.
  5. Select the employer.
  6. Click on: Next.
  7. Select the period starting from which periods have to be recalculated and reprocessed.
  8. Click on: Next.
  9. If necessary, apply a filter to the employees.
  10. Click on: Next.

    You see a summary of the settings selected for initiating the RAE entry.

  11. Click on: Finish.

    You see the employees and the period starting with which the recalculation and reprocessing takes place.

    You now add a correction period for processing the RAE entries.

Directly to

  1. Retroactive effect (RAE)
  2. Print settings for RAE slips
  3. Automatic RAE
  4. Manually initiate changes with RAE
  5. Add a correction period
  6. Process a correction period
  7. View RAE entries
  8. Approve a correction period
  9. Payment file for a correction period
  10. RAE pay slips for differences and replacement pay slips
  11. RAE entries in a journal entry analysis
  12. RAE entries in a cost analysis
  13. Wage declaration and RAE
  14. RAE entries across years


Retroactive effect (RAE)