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Has this ever happened to you?  The end of your fiscal year is fast approaching and on top of all the financial closings, you suddenly remember, in the middle of the night, that you have not processed your Fiscal/Anniversary Rollover program.   When you roll over DBA balances at times other than the end of the calendar year, you can use the Fiscal/Anniversary Rollover program, which rolls balances at the end of your fiscal year or an anniversary date associated with your employees.

This program copies history information from your DBA Transaction Detail table (F0609) to the Fiscal/Anniversary Rollover Work file table (F06149), and maintains balances in the Fiscal/Anniversary Year History table (F06147). 

You can process fiscal and anniversary rollovers between payroll cycles (from a menu option) or simplify the process by setting up a rollover program version to run during pre-payroll processing. 

Now for a few things to keep in mind:

  • If you have DBAs that roll over balances at the end of the fiscal year, you should run the rollover program before you process the payroll cycle that includes the first day of the new fiscal year.
  • If you have DBAs that roll over balances on anniversary dates, you should run the rollover program at least once per pay period to ensure that each employee’s balance is rolled over at the appropriate time.  For DBAs that roll over balances on anniversary dates, the date on which you run the rollover program varies for each employee.  The rollover program rolls over balances for only those employees whose anniversary dates are included in the next payroll cycle.
  • Each time you run the rollover program during pre-payroll processing, the system creates the Fiscal or Anniversary Rollover report.

 

 

Don’t let work invade your dreams!   For more information, review Doc ID 627213.1 Setup and Functionality of Fiscal/Anniversary Rollover, and turn your sleepless nights into sleeping like a baby! 

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