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The sector of the sector (risk group) set for the employee must be equal to the preferred sector (risk group) at the employer level.

Because of the intensified check made by the tax authority, Profit has been reporting this since 2011 in the following situations:

  • If a deviating sector risk group has been specified at the employee level while no preferred sector risk group is specified at the employer level.

    You resolve this by specifying the deviating sector risk group at the employer level.

  • If a deviating sector risk group has been specified at the employee level and the sector of that sector risk group is not equal to the preferred sector (risk group) at the employer level. The first 2 characters of the sector risk group code represent the sector.

    You resolve this by adjusting or deleting the deviating sector risk group at the employee level.

    Example:

    At the employer level, '3401' has been specified as the preferred sector risk group. At the employee level, you can specify '34xx' as the deviating sector risk group for an employee that is insured under the employee insurances.

    For employees that are not insured under all employee insurances, you can specify '0000' as the deviating risk group.

  • If a deviating sector risk group has been specified for the employee that is equal to the preferred sector (risk group) at the employer level.

    You resolve this by deleting the deviating sector risk group at the employee level.

    Example:

    At the employer level, '3401' has been specified as the preferred sector risk group. At the employee level, you cannot specify '3401' as the deviating sector risk group.

Directly to

  1. Resolve messages when checking the declaration
  2. The data for the wage declaration cannot be written. Errors have occurred
  3. After the preparation, Profit once again generates a new complete declaration
  4. A complete declaration for period X is open which has not yet been prepared.
  5. ‘WAO/IVA/WGA’ assessable wages cannot be greater than uniform WAO premium/differentiated ‘WGA’ premium wages
  6. The combination of a 'WW', 'ZW' or 'WAO/WIA' employee insurance with sector risk group "0000" is not allowed
  7. The sector of the sector (risk group) for the employee must be the same as the preferred sector (risk group) at employer level
  8. The combination of 'Ouderenvrijstelling' and premium reduction is not allowed
  9. The 'WIA (IVA/WGA) basispremie’ premium basis cannot be greater than the 'WGA' premium basis
  10. The configuration of the payroll statement is not correct
  11. The value of the field cannot be negative
  12. That is because the sum of the premium reductions cannot be greater than the employee insurance premiums, including the sector premium

Process

Wage declaration