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MYOB – How to catch up super missed on past pays?

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MYOB – How to catch up super missed on past pays?

MYOB – How to catch up super missed on past pays?

Client We have processed the last 2 months payroll payments and have found that the super for many of them has not been calculated as it was not ticked on.

Is there a way to enter this after the pays have been paid?

SolutionMYOB will look at a full month if set up correctly, and balance for the WHOLE month from the monthly minimum to trigger super above $450 month. You can process a zero dollars pay in each of the months you have missed the super and MYOB will calculate the super payable for that month for you! Save the pay and override the warning that this has very little information and will generate a void pay.

Get a FREE 30 min answer to your query, and FREE ongoing email or phone support – No-one offers as much! Call and you also get FREE “Avoid these GST mistakes” – There’s 18 that the Tax Office see regularly – Get them right! Email or call 0407 361 596 Australia


Author: Account keeping plus (Business accounting software

Administration, Bookkeeping and Compliance for small business, and Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF) Training, trouble-shooting, or we can do the books and payroll for you! Self Managed Superannuation Fund Service Provider, Free support 30 min call 0407 361 596 Australia (+61 drop 0 from overseas) MYOB Certified Consultant, Reckon/QuickBooks Professional Partner.

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