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The pay screen is a spreadsheet of white cells, and coloured or grey cells. You can edit white cells by clicking on them, and any values you enter will show in blue. You cannot edit coloured or grey cells.

Some cells will auto-fill with values based on what you have entered in other cells. Auto-filled values are shown in black. For example, if you enter an hourly rate of 15.000 in the Ordinary Hours cell of the Rate Column, the Time & Half cell will automatically calculate a rate of 22.500 and the Double Time cell will calculate a rate of 30.000, as shown below.

 

Employees who work different hours each period

To pay an employee on an hourly rate who works different hours each pay period
  1. From the front screen of Ace Payroll, click Calculate Pays. The payroll window opens.

  2. At the top of the window, use the arrow buttons or the drop down list to choose your first employee.



  3. In the Ordinary Hours row, click the white cell under Rate and enter this employee's hourly rate.



  4. In the Ordinary Hours row, click the white cell under Units, and enter the number of hours (units) the employee has worked this pay period.


  5. If you need to add an allowance or deduction, click the white cell in the Taxable Allowances row to add one.


  6. If you need to pay any leave or public holidays, click the Leave tab in the tool bar at the top of the screen.



  7. Select the next employee you want to pay, or click OK in the top right corner to save your changes and close the window.

Employees who work the same hours each period

To pay an employee on an hourly rate who works the same hours each pay period
  1. From the front screen of Ace Payroll, click Calculate Pays. The payroll window opens.

  2. At the top of the window, use the arrow buttons or the drop down list to choose your first employee.



  3. In the Ordinary Hours row, click the white cell under Rate and enter this employee's hourly rate.



  4. In the Ordinary Hours row, click the white cell under Usual Units, and enter the number of hours (units) the employee works each pay period.



  5. If you need to add an allowance or deduction, click the white cell in the Taxable Allowances row to add one.


  6. If you need to pay any leave or public holidays, click the Leave tab in the tool bar at the top of the screen.



  7. Select the next employee you want to pay, or click OK in the top right corner to save your changes and close the window.

Salaried Employees 

If you have set an employee's salary in Modify Employee Details, their pay will be automatically calculated in the Pay Calculation window.

To pay a salaried employee
  1. From the front screen of Ace Payroll, click Calculate Pays. The payroll window opens.

  2. At the top of the window, use the arrow buttons or the drop down list to choose your first employee.



  3. The employee's pay is auto-filled by Ace Payroll. Check that the values are correct, and make any necessary adjustments.

  4. Select the next employee you want to pay, or click OK  in the top right corner to save your changes and close the window.

 

 

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