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Repeat payable. 4. How do I set the amount time frame?

Repeat payable amount time frame4:49

"Repeat payable. 4. How do I set the amount time frame?"

The amount time frame gives you a lot of flexibility when it comes to setting payment amounts. The payment amount can then be added or removed from each paystub.

To see a repeat payable's amount time frames:

  1. First, open: MenuPeople
  2. And then go to: PayPay settings
  3. And scroll down to the "Repeat payables ... personal" heading.
  4. Then tap: New repeat payable
  5. And select the type.
  6. And finally, tap Per month, to see the list of options.

Per paystub: Lets you add or remove an exact amount of pay per paystub. For example, if you enter an amount of 100, then exactly 100 is added or removed from each paystub.

Per week: Lets you multiply the amount by the number of weeks in the person's pay period. For example, if you enter an amount of 10 a week, and the person's paid every two weeks. In that case, 10 is multiplied by 2 weeks, so 20 is added or removed from their paystub.

Per month: Lets you divide the amount by the number of months in the person's pay period. For example, if you enter an amount of 100 a month, and the person's paid twice a month. In that case, 50 is added or removed from their paystub.

Per year: Lets you set an annual amount, and the software works out how much to add or remove for each paystub. For example, if you enter an amount of 120 a year, and the person's paid monthly. In that case, 10 is added or removed from each monthly paystub.

Per hour worked: Lets you multiply the amount by the number of hours of done time the person had in that pay period. For example, if you enter an amount of 10 an hour, and the person had 200 hours of done time in the pay period. In that case, 2000 is added or removed from their paystub. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day.

Per day worked: Lets you multiply the amount by the number of days, that have any done time, that a person had in that pay period. For example, if you enter an amount of 10 a day, and the person had 20 days with done time in the pay period. In that case, 200 is added or removed from their paystub. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day.

Per month ... hours worked: Lets you set a monthly amount for if the person works 100% of their full target hours. If the person works less than 100% of their target, the person gets a proportion of the monthly amount, per hour worked, relative to their target. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day, and the person's got target hours set. If the person works more than their target, the person gets the 100% amount (and no more).

Per month ... days worked: Lets you set a monthly amount for if the person works 100% of their full target days. If the person works less than 100% of their target, the person gets a proportion of the monthly amount, per day worked, relative to their target. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day, and the person's got target hours set. If the person works more than their target, the person gets the 100% amount (and no more).

Per year ... hours worked: Lets you set a yearly amount for if the person works 100% of their full target hours. If the person works less than 100% of their target, the person gets a proportion of the yearly amount, per hour worked, relative to their target. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day, and the person's got target hours set. If the person works more than their target, the person gets the 100% amount (and no more).

Per year ... days worked: Lets you set a yearly amount for if the person works 100% of their full target days. If the person works less than 100% of their target, the person gets a proportion of the yearly amount, per day worked, relative to their target. The option only applies if your people do timesheets each day, and the person's got target hours set. If the person works more than their target, the person gets the 100% amount (and no more).

Keep in mind that:

  • You can select any of the options, but "Per paystub" is the most common.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about using amount time frames!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.

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