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The basics

The bare minimum you’ll need to complete before moving towards finalising your very first pay run.

1.   Business settings
2.  ATO and STP settings
3.  Super payments using Beam
     •  Automated super payments
4.  Creating pay schedules
5.  Adding an employee

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Part two

Once you’ve conquered the basics this section encompasses how you can setup KeyPay to cater for YOUR needs if you have a more advanced payroll scenario.

1.   Installing awards
2.  Automated pay run
     •  Pay categories
3.  Setting up deductions
4.  Set up expense categories
5.  Set up additional leave

6.  Setting up locations
     •  Updating employee locations
7.  Connecting to journal    
     services/chart of accounts

     •  Mapping GL accounts
8.  Setting up admin/restricted          
     access users

     •  Approving timesheets

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Employee access

All you need to create a win-win situation for you and your employees.

1.   Employee portal settings
2.  Timesheet configuration
3.  Create rosters
4.  Clock Me In

When you’ve completed the sections above,
you’ll be able to move on to the final stage:

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Pay runs

This section lists what you should cover for your pay run to be completed successfully.

1.   Entering current leave balances and/or YTD payroll totals
2.  Creating a pay run
3.  Finalising a pay run

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