Problem with RESC amounts showing on my payment summaries.

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Dianne

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Charles van Rotterdam

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RESC (Reportable employer superannuation contribution) it's reportable, it has to show
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Dianne

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Sorry its the first time I have posted and had not typed the question before I posted.  In January superannuation was calculated on the full amount of employees earnings not the above $450 amount. I pay superannuation monthly so had already paid the super funds.  In March I tried to fix the problem by underpaying them the amount I had overpaid them (small amounts $10-$20).  I thought I had balanced the amount I owed them but now when I go to print the payment summaries the amount I have overpaid them shows as RESC.  Is there a way to show that is should be zero as I had underpaid in March.  If anyone can help I would be grateful... I have tried to work out how to correct my problem
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Maybe try running the "super by fund" report, this can show if there are double ups. You would need to then go and unlock the payroll it relates to and re-do the transaction and lock. It should get rid of it.
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Thank you for your help.
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Hi Dianne,

As a first step, go to Edit > Preferences > Employees & Payroll > Company Preferences and untick the box: Calculate RESC difference for SA and/or CA payroll items.  

Does your RESC field show correctly now?

regards,
John.