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12 Pay Report


To any 12 Pay users

Is there a report which details all deductions and shows employee/ employers pension element? I need to send one over to the accountant and I'm sure there must be but I cant find it!

Thanks in advance

Valerie



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P11



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Not software specific



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Cheshire wrote:

P11


Mine doesn't, should it? (Moneysoft)

I can grab a report from analysis - pay details then select pension which gives me a breakdown for each pay period plus overall total.



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It does - try under 'forms'.

P11 is the one to always ask for when moving payroll.

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Thanks for the replies
My p11 only gives NI
The closest I found was Pay Element Summary Report. It's a bit messy but it did at least have all the elements I needed.



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Not used 12 Pay for years. BUT, they will provide more than NI. Its an industry standard form from way back when these things had to be written out. I know 12 Pay covers more eg tax, NI, SSP, SMP, student deductions etc. Suggest you try giving them a call.

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Cheshire wrote:

It does - try under 'forms'.

P11 is the one to always ask for when moving payroll.


It's still not there Joanne. I have a tax sheet and a NI sheet but neither show pension deductions.



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