Pay statement benefit amounts (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: September 11, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

 Click Payroll > Inquiries > Pay statement benefit amounts.

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

NoteNote

This topic describes functionality that is available only if Payroll for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 is installed.

Grid headings

Information

Worker

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.

Pay statement

The pay statement that the benefit amount was included in.

Pay cycle

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

Pay period

The pay period that the pay statement covers.

Date

The date of the pay statement.

Benefit

Description

The benefit that is covered by the pay statement line.

Amount

The amount on the pay statement line is an employer contribution if the Employer contribution check box is selected. It is a payroll deduction if the Employer contribution is clear.

Base earning amount

Base earning hours

The total hours and amount from the base time part of the applicable earnings on the pay statement.

Premium earning amount

Premium earning hours

The total hours and amount from the premium time part of the applicable earnings on the pay statement.

Employer contribution

If this check box is selected, the Amount is an employer contribution. If this check box is clear, the Amount is a payroll deduction.

Position

The position that allows the worker to receive the benefit.

Pay statement line source

The document or process that the pay statement benefit line originated from. It is usually a worker enrolled benefit.

Vendor invoice

The identifier of the accounts payable invoice that includes the amount owed to the vendor for this benefit.

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