PAYDUC Payroll deductions advice BETA
A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Payroll deductions advice message is PAYDUC. Note: Payroll deductions advice messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009: Data element 0065 PAYDUC 0052 D 0054 21A 0051 UN
A segment for unique identification of the Payroll Deductions Advice message, the type of Payroll Deductions Advice and its function.
A segment specifying the payment means (e.g. cheque or direct bank transfer) and, if required, the payment channel for the Payroll Deductions Advice. The payment conditions may also be specified.
A segment identifying the financial institution (e.g. bank) and account number of the issuing party, and, where required, the receiving party.
A segment specifying the date, and if required the time, that the payment associated with this Payroll Deductions Advice message has been sent. If needed, repeating segments may include the message date, the date and time associated with any validation keys and other dates relevant to the whole of the message.
A segment giving the currency and the associated exchange rate of the total amount paid to the service organisation in relation to this advice.
A segment to indicate payment terms applicable to the whole message, such as the number of periods covered by the payroll deductions advice.
A segment for free text information in coded or clear form, to give further clarification when required to the Payroll Deductions Advice message. It should be noted that the use of clear text may require special processing of this segment.
A segment identifying the name and address of the parties associated with the Payroll Deductions Advice and their functions. Examples are: the employer, the recipient system and the name and address of the payer's financial institution if required.
A segment relevant to the processing of segment group 6, to indicate whether all individual employee payment details, or only changes from a nominated standard payment are provided.
A segment identifying each individual service group.
A segment giving the monetary amounts for standard payments (if applicable, both the previous and the new standard) for a service group, the commission amounts if any, and the (net) total payment amount for a service group included in the total payment. If required, other monetary amounts relevant to a service group may also be given.
A segment to provide additional identification for each individual service group.
A segment identifying the currency and associated exchange rate of the monetary amounts calculated for a service group.
A segment specifying the date when a payment was deducted from the payroll.
A segment identifying the name of the employee (service group member) for whom payments are made by pay deduction.
A repeating segment providing the reference identification of the employee as referred to by the originating party (e.g. the employer) and by the service group (these references may differ).
A segment giving the monetary amount deducted for an employee to pay the service group. When changes only are specified in the GEI segment of segment group 4, the previous standard amount needs to be stated together with either the actual payment included in the total remittance, or the variation from the standard amount. The status data element needs to be used to indicate a permanent or temporary variation. If required, the current standard amount may also be given.
A segment indicating the reason for an adjustment to the standard payment amount.
A segment giving the number of pay periods and, if required, the pay frequency (as part of the type of period).
A segment for free text information in coded or clear form, to give further information at the employee level if required. This may be used, for example, to further specify the reason for a variation from the standard monetary amount. It should be noted that the use of clear text may require special processing of the FTX segment information.
A segment indicating the dates.
A service segment placed at the start of the summary section to avoid segment collision.
A segment giving the total amount paid to the service organisation in relation to this advice.
A segment to provide message control totals as required. It should be noted that a balancing monetary total is always provided by the total amount paid to the service organisation.
A segment to specify the results of the application of an authentication procedure, enabling to check the authenticity of the sender and the integrity of the data.
A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.