Thanks Mirko for the link to http://kb.reckon.com.au/issue_view.asp?ID=4155 . It is quite helpful even though it applies to QuickBooks and not Payroll Premier.
We have a complicated pay rate structure so need software with more grunt so use Payroll Premier. However, we also have the issue of no payment summaries being generated for employees with zero tax deducted for the financial year. I can't fathom why Reckon haven't addressed this issue as it's over 5 years old now!! A payment summary should be generated for all employees regardless of wether they have had tax deducted or not. What if they have 2 jobs and the aggregate of the two jobs, with unrelated employers, requires them to pay tax ? To require Payroll Premier users to add $0.01 to one pays tax and then to have to take it out is not a fun task, especially for 5 years. And this year we have the added complexity that when you do add the one cent, the GROSS changes?????? There is a bug in the way it originally calculated the pay at the time and when you go to edit it for the tax, it corrects the bug. Come on Reckon - fix this (it is the year 2014 and we put a man on the moon in 1969 with a computer with less grunt than a current mobile phone!!)