For the same wage principle (only when entitled at start of year = false) it is possible to split the payment of the (holiday) allowance part. There are three options available:
- With holiday take up
- One specific period
- Two specific periods
In the example beneath (payment in advance is true) 20 allowance days will be paid out in february and the other 5 days will be paid out in august.
This is how it will show on the payslip of february:
0,8% of 50.000 is the value of a day, times 20 (days).
- If payment month = May and if payment in advance = true, then the allowance days are paid out in period 5 (because you run period 5 in May).
- If payment month = May and if payment in advance = false, then the allowance days are paid out in period 4 (because you run period 4 in May).
If you convert a company from a previous payroll app to Nmbrs, then always insert the entitled starting balance fulltime days on L3602 and insert the number of paid fulltime days that the employee took up during the holiday year on L9031.
Not supported: If an employee has any leftover days, then according to one payment method the leftover days have an allowance part and according to the other method the leftover days do not have an allowance part. This will result in the employee 'magically' getting more vacation balance or losing vacation balance.