Acubiz allows for different setups depending on needs and current processes in the company where Acubiz is to be used. Depending on the attachment type, different combinations can be made. The following attachment types can affect the individual employee, who respectively payment or payroll deduction = employee balance.
Employee benefits can consist of the following types
- Cash expenses
- Driving and allowance
- Salary deduction:
- Cash withdrawals or private purchases on company-paid credit cards
Contents of this article
- Udbetaling og løntræk håndteres af lønsystemet med returbogføring fra lønsystemet
- Kreditor udbetalinger via regnskabssystem
- Kombination af udbetalinger via kreditorudbetaling og lønsystem
Acubiz supports databases for two different payment methods
- Payment/deduction via Payroll system
- Creditor payments via ERP system (payment only)
Payment and payroll deductions are handled by the payroll system with return posting from the payroll system
This is the most frequently used model, where all cost accounting goes to the accounting system from Acubiz and all employee balances go via the payroll system. It is only costs that are booked from Acubiz to the accounting system, where all employee allowances come from Acubiz to the payroll system. The payroll system then comes up with a return posting about the paid/payroll deductions. This will be posted to an interim account, which is also set up in Acubiz.
Creditor payments via accounting system
Payments are handled via the accounting system's creditor payment module. However, this means that salary deductions must be processed manually by the customer themselves, via the balance on the individual employee's creditor account and thus possibly pay the employee, via a manual registration outside of Acubiz.
Combination of payments via creditor payment and payroll system
This combination is in relation to the type of transactions.
- Outlay payment: Creditor payments
- Driving and per diems: Payment via payroll system
However, this means that salary deductions must be processed manually by the customer themselves, via the balance on the individual employee's creditor account and thus possibly pay the employee, via a manual registration outside of Acubiz
The above are not exhaustive options, only examples.