Date: December 14, 1999
Bulletin No. SU-30
|Subject||Tax Deferred Annuity (TDA) and Supplemental Retirement Annuities (SRA) reporting for the year 2000.|
instructions for continuing or starting these deductions in 2000.
NOTE: No agency action required for the January 5, 2000 paycheck, if the rate remains the same and no end date has been reported.
Eligible for the following Deductions:
404 TIAA SRA (SUNY)
405 TIAA TDA (SUNY)
415 UUP TDA (SUNY)
432 Education TDA Copeland (Education)
|Effective Date||Payroll deductions for 2000 will begin with checks dated January 5.|
|OSC Processing||The Office of the State Comptroller will continue these deductions in 2000 at their current rate, if no end date has previously been reported, or until a future end date has been reported. OSC will produce and mail a listing of employees with end dates to the Payroll Offices. OSC will zero out the goal balance at the end of each calendar year.|
|Agency Processing Instructions to Change Existing Deductions or Report New Deductions||
1. After logging into PaySR, access the
Gen Deduction Data (Agency) panel by Start - Compensate Employees -
Maintain Payroll Data U.S. - Use - Gen Deduction Data (Agency) -
2. Enter the Employee’s ID.
3. The employee’s ID (ID), employee record number (Empl Rcd#) and Name appear highlighted in the List Box. Click Select.
4. Determine if the employee already has a deduction record for the specific TDA/SRA reported by the vendor by scrolling through the deduction codes using the outer scroll bar.
5. Deduction Code - select the correct deduction code for the SRA/TDA from the drop down box, using the information provided by the vendor.
6. Effective Date - enter the effective date for the deduction to begin in the first paycheck for 2000 as follows:
7. Deduction Calculation Routine -select Flat Amount from the drop down box.
8. Deduction End Date - should be left blank unless an end date prior December 20, 2000 is desired.
9. Enter the amount to be deducted biweekly in the Flat/Addl Amount field.
10. Goal Amount - The amount reported last year will remain in effect unless a new amount is reported. If a change is required, enter the new the amount. Note: If a Goal Amount is being changed from 0 after the first deduction for the calendar year 2000, the Goal Balance must be updated with amount deducted to date in 2000 (see step 11).
11. Goal Balance - It is not necessary to enter a Goal Balance for the first deduction for the calendar year 2000. It is only necessary to report a Goal Balance when the Goal Amount is changed from 0 after the first deduction for the calendar year 2000. It will then be necessary to update the Goal Balance with the amount deducted to date in 2000. The amount deducted can be obtained from the Deduction Balances Panel. access the Deduction Balances (Agency) panel by Start - Compensate Employees - Maintain Payroll Data U.S. - Inquire - Deduction Balances. Use the inner scroll bar to locate the deduction code.
12. Click the Save button on the toolbar.
|Questions||Questions regarding this bulletin may be directed to the Payroll Deduction mailbox..|