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Creating Add and Deducts for Paysheets or Invoices

ArbiterSports Payroll feature includes making add and deducts for officials who either need to have their paysheet amount show payroll adjustments, assigning fees, membership dues, uniform/equipment fee, etc.

 

Creating an Add or Deduct

Viewing Add and Deducts

Editing and/or Deleting an Add/ Deduct

Deleting Add and Deducts

 

Creating an Add or Deduct

On this section, you’ll learn how to create an add and deduct and what important parameters need to be met before making the final add and deduct for the official.

  1. Go to the Payroll tab and under the section of Officials, click on Add/Deducts


  2. On the box to the left side, select the official who the add/deduct will be for. To select all officials, click on the Select All button below. To select multiple officials, you can hold down the CRTL key (Command for Macs) and click each official.  If you need your add/deduct to apply to a bill-to, you will simply change the Mode to be Bill-Tos and then select the Bill-Tos in the same fashion that you select an official.
  3. Select the date that the add/deduct will be created for. Keep in mind, if the date selected is not in between or on the dates that the paysheets will be created for, the add/deduct will not appear.


    Example: An add/deduct was created for 1/1/2016 for John Doe. The paysheet for John Doe is going to be run for 12/1/2015 through 12/31/2015. The add/deduct will not be included since the creation date of the add/deduct does not fall between the dates that the paysheet was ran for. *If this add/deduct is going to be put into a 1099, the creation date will need to be created for the correct year. *
  4. Next, select the best reason for the add/deduct on the Account drop down list.


  5. Enter the amount for the add/deduct. Do not use the $ symbol. Use decimals to separate.


  6. Select the bubble of Add or Deduct depending on what you are wishing to create.


  7. Chose the option of Check if this add/deduct is going to be reflected on a paysheet. Select Invoice if you’re wanting to reflect this on an invoice.


  8. You may add a quick note explaining the reason why the add/deduct was created for.


  9. Click on the Create button located at the bottom.

After you have created an Add/Deduct, you may proceed to Create a Paysheet.

 

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Viewing Add and Deducts

To see what has already been created before, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Payroll tab and under the section of Officials, click on Add/Deducts


  2. On the box located on the left side, select the official that an Add/Deduct has already been created for. To select all officials, click on the Select All button below. To select multiple officials, you can hold down the CRTL key (Command for Macs) and click each official.
  3. Click on the blue View button.


  4. After clicking on the view button, you’ll see a list of all of the add/deducts made for the officials previously selected.


After you get to this point, we can edit the Add/Deducts.

 

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Editing an Add or Deduct

If you followed the steps for Viewing Add and Deducts above, you’ll be on the editing page which allows you to change information to an Add/Deducts IF IT HAS NOT BEEN PUT ON A PAYSHEET OR INVOICE YET. To know if it’s on a paysheet or invoice, to the left of their name, a light blue box will be shown.

  1. On the list that was brought up, find the official who you wish to alter their Add/Deduct.
  2. Click on the pencil  icon.
  3. Make any alternations to the Add/Deduct that you wish to do.


  4. At the top or bottom, click on the blue Save button.

 

Deleting an Add or Deduct

  1. On the list of your Add/Deducts, find the official whose Add/Deducts will be removed.
  2. Click on the Red  icon.
  3. Confirm that you are wanting to delete this record and click on OK.
  4. To delete all that are not on a paysheet, click on the Delete All button located at the top of the list.

 

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