STP final pay event

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I've just posted my first STP which included a terminated employee.  When I had a look at the employee detail list,  it has YES in the Final  Event column for the terminated employee. 
Does this mean I don't have to do anything else? 
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Dianne Metcalfe

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Rav, Community Manager

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Hi Dianne,
Yes you've done exactly what you need to for a terminated employee.
I'll add a link below with a bit more general info on Final Pay Events in Single Touch Payroll -
Final Pay Event
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Dianne Metcalfe

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Thank you - that wasn't nearly as difficult as I thought it would be.
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Hi Rav
I've just posted my first STP which included a terminated employee.  I read your instructions first, making sure that the employee's release date was recorded before I processed the STP.  But when I had a look at the employee detail list,  it has NO in the Final  Event column for the terminated employee.  So what now? Sue
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Hi Rav 

l have also only just done all this for the first time, and as Sue said did the termination process through Reckon Hosted. Just checked the details on the STP file done and still says No in the Final? 
Have l done something wrong .... ? 
Thanks 
Jazz