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There are several crucial payroll tasks – and changes for 2020 – to complete as the calendar year ends. Make sure you’re prepared with this end-of-year overview.
Payroll funding starts in HCM, but after HCM data has posted to FIN, use these mFIN reports to verify the payroll data is correct.
Some employees who use the Tuition Assistance Benefit for themselves or their dependents may be subject to taxation, which will be withheld from their paycheck in the coming months. Prepare for questions about additional taxes some employees may see in upcoming paychecks.
Verify that all faculty contracts elections have been made and are accurately reflected in August payroll.
Follow steps to find existing funding, create new positions and transfer an employee to a new department.
Ensure employee information and pay data is up to date for the new fiscal year
Extending June funding rows to the new fiscal year is easy with this feature.
Minimum wage uploads will be completed to increase the pay rates of hourly employees who fall below Colorado’s new minimum wage.
To maintain an exempt status, the W-4 must be updated by Feb. 14.

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