Salary calculation implementation begins by filling in the basic info necesssary for salary calculation into the Procountor environment.
The Management menu can be found in every Procountor environment in the top right corner under the gear icon. In the Management menu you can complete actions related to salary calculation in three sections.
- Company info
- Salary info
- Accounting info
You can complete the guided setup into the new Procountor environment so that important salary calculation control will also be completed.
Fill in the name, business ID and address of your company in the Basic info (Management > Company info > Basic info) view. This info is essential payer info, which will also move to the income register with a salary info notice.
The company’s bank bank account information is defined on the Bank account information (Management > Company info > Bank account information) view. Salaries can be paid in the Procountor environment once the bank has processed the bank account authorization and opened bank services in Procountor’s data channel. Additional information on bank account authorisations can be found here.
In Usage settings (Management > Company info > Usage settings) we can define Procountor functionality.
For reporting salary info to the Incomes Register, the notifier should have a certificate as well as permissions to use said certificate at their disposal. For this notifier we have created a separate instruction, which we advise you familiarize yourself with here.
In the Salaries basic info (Management > Salary info > Salaries basic info) view, the Employees’ Pension Insurance and accident insurance contracts and their payment percentages are defined. Furthermore, the view includes extra info on the payer given through a salary information notice, if necessary. Insurance contract info is a pivotal part of employee salary info. Familiarize yourself with the Salaries basic info instructions, where step-by-step instructions are given on filling in the info.
In the Salary periods view, the salary periods which are used when creating the new salary lists can be defined.
In the Salary base layout view, a model layout which can be used when editing the salary bases of many persons can be defined.
In Procountor each salary slip creates its own separate accounting page. You can define the accounting page controls after you have turned on “salary posting” in the user settings. We recomend that the salary slips are posted by default in salary rows.
In the Default salary postings (Management > Accounting info > Postings defaults > Default salary postings) view, the accounting accounts which are controlled by the accounting posts formed by the salary types can be defined.
You don’t have to edit the formation of salary accounting when initializing, but it is good to know where these controls can be realised, if necessary.