>>>>> "Chris" == Chris Travers <..hidden..> writes: Chris> I: Setting up employees: Chris> * Add wage and base class fields (hourly vs salary). What, in practice does it mean between hourly and salary? To me, salary has always meant that one is paid 37.5 (or whatever) hours per week, regardless of how many hours you actually did. (that stuff is not of concern to accounting). Chris> II: Entering wages Chris> * For salary: Chris> * Standard amount displayed Chris> * Enter unpaid time off in days Chris> * Enter paid time off in days Chris> * One row per employee for bulk entry Chris> * For hourly: Chris> * Per day: standard hours, overtime hours, paid timeoff hours, etc Chris> * Three rows per employee Chris> * For Chord Chris> * One row per employee, one field per chort class. Chris> * Report is saved but not posted to GL So, really the difference is some organizations want to track unpaid time off and paid time off in the accounting system. Some "salaried" employees get overtime too! Chris> III: Approval Chris> * Pull up report Chris> * Shows entered information and GL effects. Chris> * review, approve. It posts to GL. Click "print checks" and it prints Chris> checks IV. year end summaries. I suggest that each withholding requires a liability account. Provide a form that is basically balance sheet, but only shows accounts which have been marked as being withholding. Then, for each account, sum it per employee (for the period involved). -- ] He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life! | firewalls [ ] Michael Richardson, Sandelman Software Works, Ottawa, ON |net architect[ ] ..hidden.. http://www.sandelman.ottawa.on.ca/ |device driver[ Kyoto Plus: watch the video <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzx1ycLXQSE> then sign the petition.
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