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Reckon Account Right (formerly Quickbooks) – Caution updating a pay – It may affect RESC reporting on Payment Summaries

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Reckon Account Right (formerly Quickbooks) – Caution updating a pay – It may affect RESC reporting on Payment Summaries

Reckon Account Right (formerly Quickbooks) – Caution updating a pay – It may affect RESC reporting on Payment Summaries

Take care when editing a payslip as you may affect RESC reporting on Payment Summaries and that flows to the EMPDUPE file that is sent to the ATO

Why is the RESC reporting incorrect on Payment Summaries and EMPDUPE file when editing the date or pay period?

This can occur if you have modified the date or pay period without selecting Unlock Net Pay, and will not take into account the changes you have made.

To resolve this do the following

  • Edit the pay
  • Click Paycheque Detail
  • Click Unlock New Pay
  • Modify the Pay Period and click OK
  • Click Save & Close

The RESC reporting on Payment Summaries / EMPDUPE file should now be correct.

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One thought on “Reckon Account Right (formerly Quickbooks) – Caution updating a pay – It may affect RESC reporting on Payment Summaries

  1. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular article!
    It’s the little changes that will make the largest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

    Like

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