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SSI Deductions (6.5 % of Basic pay)

Former Member
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Hi,

We need to calculate SSI Deductions as 6.5 % of Basic pay.

Which Valuation module we need to prefer?

Rx

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Edited by: Sikindar on Jul 27, 2010 2:17 PM

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sikindar_a
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Dear

Rex

you can use the indirect valuation B for that wage type in table (T511) and valuate this wage type on basic in table T539J for 6.5 %

i Request you to check the Previous threads in order to get the better information.

Former Member
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Hi,

But INVAL is only for India or applicable across all countries

Rx

sikindar_a
Active Contributor
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in that case you can use Summe or Prznt with different variant in wage type characterstics

and comeing to indirect valuation it is not madatory that it shd be used for only india , i have used Summe B for one scenario

for indian project.

So please check and let us know in case of any issue

Good luck

Former Member
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I am sorry to repeat,

any one plz brief which varient will suit for this requirement

Rx

sikindar_a
Active Contributor
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try this

SM30,

go to table V_T511 select your wage type and give INVAL and module variant B and in T539J maintain the valuation wage type PRZNT with percentage 6.5%

and let us know in case of any issue

Former Member
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Do we need to maintain this WT in IT 00008 or can we maintain in group 0014?

I tried in IT 0008 group and checking

Rx

sikindar_a
Active Contributor
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Based upon your requirement you can maintain it in either of the infotype mentioned by you

Former Member
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Sik,

now i am geting an error

Pay scale grpg for allowances for 00000001 is not defined on 20100101

Message no. HRPADIN01140

Rx

sikindar_a
Active Contributor
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Check the Dates for yoru wage types and configuration properly

and also check table V_T510 , T538A and T539J along with dates and grouping of your PST/PSA

Former Member
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all dates i kept fr 1990

Rx