Fiscal year 2022 (FY22) begins on July 1. Ensure that this year’s payroll (and effort) is allocated correctly before the close of fiscal year 2021.
New overpayments guide will walk you through the steps to make a payroll adjustment after an overpayment.
It’s best to complete overpayment corrections and Payroll Expense Transfers (PET) within the year they occur. See details and upcoming deadlines.
Follow four steps to ensure your employees have no outstanding overpayments.
If your salaried student employees recently graduated, remember to terminate their job record. Failing to do so will result in overpayments.
Correct overpayments using these steps to prevent delay in repayment and processing.
Overpayments happen. Ensure you correct them using these steps to prevent delay in repayment and processing.
If you have employees whose appointment end dates have passed, you must complete a termination ePAR transaction. Use these resources to help you learn how.
Overpayments happen. Here’s how to correct them.
Start off fiscal year 2015-16 with a clean slate by wrapping up any remaining overpayments and payroll expense transfers by June 30.

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