Earnings statement lines (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: September 19, 2014

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3

Click Payroll > Inquiries > Earnings statement lines.

Use this form to view payroll earning statement line amounts. You can export the data to Microsoft Excel to analyze the data or to create custom reports.

This topic describes functionality that is available only if the Payroll - USA configuration key is selected.


This topic does not apply to versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 prior to cumulative update 6 for AX 2012 R2.

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Personnel number

To view amounts for a specific worker, press CTRL+G, click in the Worker filter field, type a first name followed by an asterisk, and press Enter. For example, enter diane*. For more information, see Advanced filtering and query options.

Earning statement

The payroll earning statement.

Pay cycle

The pay cycle that includes the pay period that the earning statement covers.

Pay period

The pay period that the earning statement covers.

Payment status

The payment processing status.

Accounting date

The accounting date of the earning statement earning line.

Earnings date

The date of the earning.

Earning code


The earning that is reported on the earning statement line.

Unit of measure

The unit of measure that is associated with the earning code.

  • Hours – Earnings that are paid by the hour.

  • Pieces – Earning codes that are paid per each piece produced.

  • Each – All earning codes in which the earnings amount is not determined by the amount of hours worked or pieces produced.




The quantity and the rate for the earning are multiplied together to calculate the amount of the earning.


The position that the earning is for.

Tax region

The tax region for the earning.

General liability insurance

Workers' compensation code

This earning line will be used as part of the calculation basis when the specified general liability insurance benefit or workers’ compensation benefit is calculated.


The number of hours that represent regular work hours. For example, vacation and sick pay hours are not regular work hours, so they are excluded from this total.

Fringe benefit type

The benefits that the worker is taxed on, even though they do not receive any direct compensation for them. For example, life insurance and health benefits.

Premium code

The premium code that was used to generate the premium earning line.


This field is not available prior to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Cumulative Update 8.


The document or process that the earning line originated from. It is usually an earnings statement.

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