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Benefits-in-kind. 2. How do I give to a person as repeating?

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"Benefits-in-kind. 2. How do I give to a person as repeating?"

When your company pays for a benefit that a person uses outside of work, it's considered a "Benefit-in-kind". In some cases, you may want to set it up as a repeating "Benefit-in-kind", so it's added to the person's paystub every payday.

To add or remove a person's repeating "Benefit-in-kind":

  1. First, select the person who's getting the repeating "Benefit-in-kind" on: "Menu", then "People"
  2. To make a new repeat payable, go to: "Pay", then "Pay settings"
  3. And scroll down to the "Repeat payables ... personal" heading.
  4. Then tap: New repeat payable
  5. Next, select: Benefit-in-kind
  6. Next, type in a "Description" of the benefit-in-kind.
  7. Select the time frame for the: "Amount type"
  8. And then type in the: "Amount"
  9. If there's a co-pay, or an amount that the person's agreed can be taken off their pay, enter that also in: "Employee deducted co-pay"
  10. By default, "Arranged by" is already set to: "Company"
  11. Then tap: Save
  12. Then on the repeat payable list, hover your mouse over the repeat payable, and tap the "See on paystub" button:
  13. You'll now see an amount showing under: "Benefits-in-kind ... company arranged"
  14. And if you hover your mouse over the amount, you'll see a breakdown of the calculation.
  15. Then if you tap the "Next paystub" circle, you'll see the same amounts repeated on every payday. Including: "Benefit-in-kind"
  16. If you later decide you want to remove, or stop the repeating "Benefit-in-kind", tap its "Edit" button:
  17. Then scroll down and tap the "Advanced" heading, and set the "Ends on" date.
  18. And finally, once you tap Save, if the date you set ends the repeating "Benefit-in-kind" before the "pay period" starts, you'll see it disappear.

Also remember that:

  • A "Benefit-in-kind" increases the person's tax, and doesn't increase the person's in-the-hand pay.
  • However, the person still gains by receiving the non-cash benefit.

To learn more:

And that's it! That's all you need to do to set up a repeating "Benefit-in-kind" for a person!

Updated: Sun, Jan 21, 2024.

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