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Bookkeeping – Entering Annual Leave calculation that was missed

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Bookkeeping – Entering Annual Leave calculation that was missed

Bookkeeping – Entering Annual Leave calculation that was missed

Client emailed Sorry to be a nuisance… this is so confusing and I am stuck.

Staff X took a week off from Monday 22nd February to Monday 29th Feb for his honeymoon and was back to work on Tuesday 1st March.

         Paid X 18/02/2016 covering period Mon 8th to Sun 14/2

         Paid X 3rd March covering period 22nd   Feb – 28th Feb

         Did not pay X on 25th Feb – covering period Mon 15th to Sun 21st

         Don’t know what I was thinking here….

How do I enter the correct information (45 hours annual leave) in MYOB?

Answer It is a matter of looking at what you HAVE DONE in MYOB, and working out what is missing –

Here is a summary of what I understand – see excel FREE download

You can alter amounts if you wish (NOT in blue boxes as they have formulas).

It just looks like do the NEXT pays to catch up Hol hours and make note in the memo of the payslip before recording.

Maybe need to redo an earlier pay – see notes in the excel.

If still not sure, we can discuss.

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