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Repeat payable. 6. How do I understand added vs taken off?

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"Repeat payable. 6. How do I understand added vs taken off?"

The repeat payable's "added" vs "taken off" options let you control how much a person gets paid every payday, on top of their salary.

To see a repeat payable's "added" vs "taken off" options:

  1. First, open: "Menu", then "People"
  2. And then go to: "Pay", then "Pay settings"
  3. And scroll down to the "Repeat payables ... personal" heading.
  4. Then tap: New repeat payable
  5. And select the type.
  6. And give the repeat payable a name and an amount.
  7. Then tap the blue "Added to pay" link.
  8. Now you can select between "Added to pay" vs: "Taken off pay"
  9. If you select "Added to pay" an amount is added to the person's pay.
  10. Select "Added to pay" if you're setting up a repeating bonus, or a regularly scheduled payment.
  11. Once selected, you'll notice a green up arrow (at the top) to remind you that you're adding to their pay.
  12. If you select "Taken off pay" an amount is deducted from the person's pay.
  13. Select "Taken off pay" if you're removing an amount every payday, perhaps for paying back an advance.
  14. And finally, once selected, you'll notice a red down arrow (at the top) to remind you that you're taking money off their pay.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about a repeat payable's "added" vs "taken off" options!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.

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