About the PR Earnings Codes Form
Use this form to set up and maintain earnings codes.
Earnings codes identify specific earnings, for example: regular hourly, overtime, hourly, salary, and vacation.
When setting up an earnings code on this form, you will use the Dedns/Liabs tab to determine if the code is subject to taxes, insurance, or other benefits (including union benefits). An earnings may be "subject only" to a state or federal tax which includes it in W-2 wages, but tax is not withheld. However, by setting up an earnings (and not including any deductions or liabilities on the Dedns/Liabs tab), you can pay the employee for reimbursed expenses while including the information on their pay stub and excluding it from all tax reporting.
You can also process car allowances as earnings. See Setting Up Car/Auto Allowances for more information.
The way that you set up an earnings code depends on the country in which you are working. For more information, click on the appropriate link below.
Setting Up Earnings Codes: United States
Setting Up Automatic AP Updates: United States
Setting Up Negative Earnings: United States
Setting Up Earnings Codes: Australia
Setting Up Earnings Codes: Canada
Setting Up Automatic AP Updates: Canada
Setting Up Negative Earnings: Canada
Setting up Separation Payments: Canada
Setting up Special Payments: Canada