JOBKEEPER-START-FN01

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How is the JOBKEEPER-START-FN01 item deleted from ther summary in the pauy slip.
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Kris Williams

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It’s not, why do you want to delete it anyway?
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The instructions from Reckon said that it should only appear once i.e. the first time
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No it will stay there in a YTD fashion. The instructions have certainly been confusing, but it actually says you only enter it once
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That is so but I obviously clicked "Yes" to the question on whether to continue to show the item in the SUMMARY and I cant get it to be removed from that section.If the instructions say that it should only show once I am concerned it might be confusing to the tax department if in fact that detail goes to them.
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Kevin Russell, Accredited Partner

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You cannot remove it from the payslip. This seems to be a bit of an oversight. You can remove it from the pay run however so it won't be reported to ATO. Thanks for your question. 
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Thanks -how do you remove it from the pay run so that it won't be reported to the ATO.
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Kevin Russell, Accredited Partner

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Sure, have you taken it off the employee's card? Do you review the pay run before you finalize it? There's two options
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I have not taken it off the card or do you mean the summary on the pay slip. I certainly do review the pay but have been unable to dispense with it in the summary on the pay slip.
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Interestingly, I ran mine for the first time yesterday.  For everyone who had a top up, I used $0.00 for FN01 but used $.01 for those who earned more than $1,500 per fortnight.  Whilst the FN01 appears on the pay summary record (Pay Cheque), it is not printing on any of my payslips for those who had a topup.  For those who did not need a topup and where is used $0.01, only those people have it appearing on their payslip yesterday.
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Hi John - ALL payroll items used for an employee during a financial year - will remain on the payslip for the whole year showing the YTD amounts - so you have now used it once to trigger the JK FN01 payment flag - so now it will stay there....  
This is different to if you clicked YES to add it to the Employees record so it comes up every pay day?  If you did this in error - just go tot he Employee Centre - double click the employee and on the Payroll & Compensation section - in the bottom window - delete the item from there and save the Record.  
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Eric Murphy

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Thanks for this Linda. Good info.
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Hi Linda.  Sorry, perhaps I wasn't clear in what I said.  I used START-FN01 for all employees with an actual topup, but did not input any value other than the default $0.00.  I did not nominate it to appear in the future.  The START-FN01 appears in the Pay Cheque detail, but does not appear on the Pay Slip nor is it there for the following pay as I have done a test run.  My belief is that because there is no value, it will not show ever.  This is different to the ones who get paid more than $1,500 without any topup.  I used START-FN01 with a value of $0.01 with a deduction offset.  Because there is a value against START-FN01 is shows on the pay slip as $0.01 and will continue there as $0.01 until the end of the year as there is a value attributed to it. 
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Sorry John - yes, if the allowance has a zero value it wont show on the payslips - but it still shows up on the STP lodgement and payroll reports etc - which is the important thing - there isnt really much value in it showing on the payslips anyway - so I am not worrying about this...
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That's it Linda. Good job
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Thanks.