Payroll Journal Summarisation
Payroll summarisation is determined by two factors:
- the categories being used and whether any employees have that field
- the summarisation option set in the integration configuration
If categories are being used then the pay run will first be broken down into journals where that relevant category is used. For example, if two employees are listed and they have different categories, then there will be one journal for each of them but they’ll have the same pay run reference.
The summarisation setting determines the level of detail when payroll journals are exported from Astute and created in MYOB.
Set a Summarisation Method
To set the summarisation type, go to Config > Company Management > select the entity > Integration > select option in the Payroll drop down list.
Summarisation and Account Codes
When setting a summarisation method, the account codes that are included in exports relating to Bank Account or Payroll Clearing depend on the method that you have set.
PAYG/PAYE Employees Pay Runs
For employee pay runs, the Bank Account Code (set in Config > Company Management > select the entity > Accounts) is used in the pay run export into MYOB if the Payroll Summarisation for the integration is set to 'None'.
If the Payroll Summarisation is set as 'Pay', the Bank Account Code is not pulled, with the Payroll Clearing GL Account set in the GL Group used instead
Supplier Pay Runs
The Bank Account Code (set in Config > Company Management > select the entity > Accounts) is always pulled for a Supplier pay run and exported to MYOB regardless of the entity's Payroll Summarisation setting.