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Repeat payable. How do I set a bank to pay it to, and payroll giving?

Repeat payable payees & payroll giving2:48

"Repeat payable. How do I set a bank to pay it to, and payroll giving?"

Adding a payee to a repeat payable allows the deducted amount to be onward paid into a bank account.

To create a new repeat payable, and set a new payee to receive any amount taken off:

  1. First, select the person or pay batch that you're setting the payee for, on: MenuPeople
  2. Next, go to: PayPay settings
  3. And scroll down to the "Repeat payables ... personal" heading.
  4. Then tap: New repeat payable
  5. Next, select either Payroll giving or: Other ... taken off pay
  6. Type in the amount to be taken off each payday.
  7. Then tap the "Advanced" heading, and scroll down to: "Payee"
  8. If the payee that you're looking for isn't in the list, tap New to make a new one.
  9. Next, type in all the payee's details, including their bank account details.
  10. Then tap: Save
  11. And the payee's all set up.
  12. Now, to see how it shows up on the person's paystub, hover your mouse over the repeat payable, and tap the "See on paystub" button:
  13. And finally, if you hover your mouse over the amount, you'll see a breakdown of the calculations.

You may notice:

  • If you use "Payroll giving", the amount taken off is "Pre-tax". In other words, the person pays less tax by using: "Payroll giving"
  • Also, setting a payee is an option that only shows for repeat payables where you take an agreed amount off a person's paystub.

Keep in mind that:

  • The payee option is available for both person and pay batch repeat payables where money is taken off.
  • Also, if no payee is set, the money is still taken off the person's paystub, but thereafter it stays in the employer's account.
  • And with no payee set, the employer is then responsible to onward pay the money manually.

To learn more:

  • About payroll giving, go to GOV.UK.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about setting a bank account to pay agreed salary deductions to!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.

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