Payroll System Replacement Project

PaySr Bulletins - State Police

Subject: New Deduction Code For
Trooper Foundation
Bulletin No. SP23
Date:   4/6/99
 A new deduction program has been added for the Fraternal Order of New York State Troopers. This program will have a deduction code of 320, The Trooper Foundation. This program is valid for all employees in agencies 01060 and 01069.

Entry will be done on the General Deduction (Agency) Panels. This Panel can be found using the following path: Start, Compensate Employees, Maintain Payroll Data U.S., Use, General Deduction (Agency) and Update/Display All. To initiate this deduction, agencies should first click or highlight the Deduction Code field and then either press the F7 key (insert row) or click on the INSERT ROW button on the top tool bar and enter deduction code 320 and tab to the EFFECTIVE DATE field. To change this deduction code amount, scroll on the outside scroll bar until you locate the deduction code 320 and then press the F7 key, or click on the INSERT ROW button found on the top tool bar of your screen, and tab to the EFFECTIVE DATE field. For both adds and changes, enter the first day of the payroll period in which the deduction should take effect. Tab to the DEDUCTION CALCULATION ROUTINE field and click on the ‘FLAT AMOUNT’, tab to the FLAT/ADDL AMOUNT field and enter the amount of money the employee designated to be taken over a two-week period and SAVE the Panel.

To cancel this deduction, scroll on the outside scroll bar until you locate deduction code 320. Once deduction code 320 is appearing, tab to the EFFECTIVE DATE field press the F7 key, or click the INSERT ROW button on the top of the tool bar and enter the first day of the payroll period you wish to stop the deduction. Tab to the DEDUCTION END DATE field and enter the same date you entered in the EFFECTIVE DATE field and SAVE the Panel.

This new deduction is effective immediately. If you have any questions regarding the input of these transactions, please call the PAYSR Help Desk at (518) 486-1213.