Pay and Bill: Easy PayBill

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Pay and Bill: Easy PayBill

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Easy PayBill is a function by which you can either override pay or bill generating rules that you may have applied using PBCodes, PBRules or Terms

 

There are two main ways in which Easy PayBill values can be set.

 

1.        Within Schedule - Select an individual duty or recurring duty and clicking the info button will open a pop-up window, select the rates tab and click "Easy PayBill Rates"

 

Easy PayBill in Info from within Schedule screen

Easy PayBill in Info from within Schedule screen

 

2.        During the duty creation wizard or when creating recurring duties the Easy PayBill screen will be presented automatically.

 

Easy PayBill Settings

Easy PayBill Settings

 

Two primary options are available within the settings screen:

 

Use the default PayBill configuration - Selecting this will result in no change being made by Easy PayBill. Existing payroll and billing values will apply.

Set rates and or hours with Easy PayBill - If the override is selected then alternative values for Pay and or Bill can be set.

 

oOverride Pay

Rate - entering a value will result in a simple per hour rate being applied.

Hours - Entering a number of hours will cause the Pay calculation to use the entered value regardless of the hours recorded in schedule.

Public Holiday Multiplier - Entering a value will be applied as a multiplier, I.E [2 X £10.00 = £20.00 being applied] or [1.5 X £10.00 = £15.00 being applied]

External Code - This is used for external reporting.

 

oOverride Bill

Rate - entering a value will result in a simple per hour rate being applied.

Hours - Entering a number of hours will cause the Bill calculation to use the entered value regardless of the hours recorded in schedule.

Public Holiday Multiplier - Entering a value will be applied as a multiplier, I.E [2 X £10.00 = £20.00 being applied] or [1.5 X £10.00 = £15.00 being applied]

External Code - This is used for external reporting.