Do I report weekly payroll figures or year to date figures on the App?

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Hi Amanda,
When you first set up the app, it will ask you enter any YTD balances already paid for your employees. Once you've entered that, then the subsequent payruns are sent with the figures for that payrun itself.

You'll notice there is a 'Pay Summary' section for each employee and this will progressively track their YTD balances as pay runs are sent.
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Hi Rav
Not making much sense to me.  I put in year to date figures last financial year but only started reporting this financial year.  It should revert to zero at the new financial year, should it not?   I have made one mistake which I have attempted to rectify.  The year to date figures on an employee's my gov account shows a doubling of reported figures.  The other employee does not have a mygov account so cannot be checked.  Do I enter weekly figures or year to date figures in the app.  I have now done both.  Can you please advise
Thanks, Amanda
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Please help me too my new year to date figures has added last financial figure to it eveb though 2019 was finalised and shows tax ready on my gov . This has happened on all employees. How can I remove 2019 figures from 2020 year
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How do I get the figures to revert to zero for beginning of financial year instead of last years adding on
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Hi Rav
Also, on corrections.  I have reported an amount which needs to be cancelled.  For this in adjustments I entered zero amounts, which should in theory negate the report.  Is this correct?
Thanks, Amanda
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Apologies for the delay in getting back to you Amanda.
The figures that you need to put into the app when creating a payrun for submission are balances for THAT specific payrun only.
You will notice your YTD balances progressively growing with each submission in the 'Pay Summary' section.

In terms of adjustments, you need to enter that you're adjusting the specific figure by. So for example, if you have over-reported gross pay by $500.00 then you need to create a negative adjustment to amend and correct it.