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pawhouse
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Jobkeeper payment information for Workcover renumeration declaration

In Victoria, we have to declare renumeration to our Workcover insurance company to get the premium adjusted.

Worksafe specify what is rateable jobkeeper payments.

In our case the employees wages are usually less than the jobkeeper amount, so each payrun amount during jobkeeper had a total gross which included an amount of Jobkeeper top up.

The gross and top up amounts are easy to find in QB payroll.

However as shown on the form below, from Allianz, they want the TOTAL jobkeeper amount at the top, I'm yet to find out if that includes JK for the sole proprieter.

They want Total Wages in box A: 

But then they want Rateable jobkeeper payments in Box E.
The thing is, the rateable JK payments (the amount of jobkeeper money that equals their normal pay) is the rateable amount, but that part of the Total salaries and wages in Box A.

So it looks to me that I have to go through each payrun and seperate the gross from each payrun made with jobkeeper from those not made with jobkeeper. 

Does anyone have a better way or am I on the wrong track here?

 

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Bonny_
Moderator

Jobkeeper payment information for Workcover renumeration declaration

Hi pawhouse,

 

You can try to run a Pay Categories Report, where you can find total amounts for each pay category per employee, and then add up the figures from there:

 

  1. Select Employees from the left menu, then select the Reports tab (next to Payroll Settings).
  2. Select Pay Categories Report from the first column.
  3. Set the date range to 01/07/2020 - 30/06/2021, then in the Pay Categories field, type in JOBKEEPER-TOPUP and select it. Then, select Run report.

The report will specify the total earnings entered into the Jobkeeper topup category (basically summing up all pay run data for that date range), and from there you can expand per employee and check individual pay runs for a more specific breakdown of the sum of Jobkeeper payments.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Bonny

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Bonny_
Moderator

Jobkeeper payment information for Workcover renumeration declaration

Hi pawhouse,

 

You can try to run a Pay Categories Report, where you can find total amounts for each pay category per employee, and then add up the figures from there:

 

  1. Select Employees from the left menu, then select the Reports tab (next to Payroll Settings).
  2. Select Pay Categories Report from the first column.
  3. Set the date range to 01/07/2020 - 30/06/2021, then in the Pay Categories field, type in JOBKEEPER-TOPUP and select it. Then, select Run report.

The report will specify the total earnings entered into the Jobkeeper topup category (basically summing up all pay run data for that date range), and from there you can expand per employee and check individual pay runs for a more specific breakdown of the sum of Jobkeeper payments.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Bonny

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pawhouse
Level 2

Jobkeeper payment information for Workcover renumeration declaration

Just to clarify for anyone else reading this post, this is what Allianz wanted on the form.

In the Total Jobkeeper received, they only wanted the total jobkeeper money received FOR employees, not any amount received for the sold trader owner of the buisiness.

Then A. Total salaries and wages, was all the gross wages for the employees, LESS the gross wages paid to them during the time they were on jobkeeper. 
Then in E. only the rateable amounts paid to the employees. In our case jobkeeper was more than their usual pay, so E. had to be amount paid less JK topup for the time they were on jobkeeper.

 

thanks

IntuitAika
Intuit

Jobkeeper payment information for Workcover renumeration declaration

Hi pawhouse,

 

Thank you for letting us know what Allianz wanted on the Workcover remuneration form. This will help a lot to our customers who needs to prepare this form or declaration. 

 

Have a great day!