About Viewing Arrears and Payback History

You can view the arrears and payback amount history for employees who are active for arrears calculations using the PR Arrears/Payback History form.

Note: You can also run the PR Arrears/Payback History report to get the same information.
The information displayed on the PR Arrears/Payback History form is updated during payroll processing. It shows the arrears and payback history for every employee, and defaults to the Grid tab. The information in the grid includes the employee number, deduction code, transaction date, arrears amount, payback amount, and, for automatic entries, the payroll group, end date, and pay sequence.
Note: When you access the PR Arrears/Payback History by double-clicking a record on the Arrears/Payback History tab on the PR Employee Dedns/Liabs form, the form displays the arrears payback history for a specific employee.
When you select an entry in the grid, the system updates the history display fields in the header section of the form. The Arrears History Total field displays the historical arrears amount for the employee/deduction code combination. The Payback History Total field displays the amount that the employee has paid back against the arrears associated with the current deduction code. The Life to Date Balance field displays the current amount due by the employee; the value in this field is determined by subtracting the Payback History Total amount from the Arrears History Total.
Tip: Use the Filter Bar to limit the number of records that show on the grid. For more information, see Working With Grids.
Note: You can also use the Info tab to view one record at a time. When using the Info tab, you can use the Employee and Ded Code fields to search for an employee/deduction combination or scroll through the records using the Next Record or Last Record buttons.
Note: You can use the red X to delete transactions that were entered manually, but you must use payroll processing to delete transactions that were added during payroll processing. Manual transactions can be identified by not having information in the PR Group, PR End Date, and Pay Seq fields.