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How do I add or edit the company data in Payroll Master Setup?

One of the things you can do in Payroll Master Setup is to add or update the company data related to the payroll process such as the information of tax, social and health security, and bank account. Follow these steps to know more:

In Step 1, you can update the Employer Data. Go through out these steps to update the Employer Data:

  1. Update the Employer NPWP or Tax Number. It determines the tax number used by the employer.
  2. Check the SPT Signee. It determines the signee of the SPT.
  3. Check SPT Signee NPWP. It determines the tax number of the SPT signee.
  4. Check the Bank Name. It is the bank used by employer.
  5. Input the Account Holder Name.
  6. Input the Account Number.
  7. Choose the Tax Borne by Company. It determines whether tax is borne by company or not.
  8. After all data completed, tap Next to continue updating the other information.

Then, in step 2, you can update the information related to social security or BPJS. Go through out these steps to update the information:

  1. Check the Employer BPJS Ketenagakerjaan Number. The standard of Employer BPJS number set by the government is 4 (four).
  2. Input the JKK Percentage is set in a low risk which is 0.54% from monthly salary.
  3. Input the JK, JHT, and JP base. They determine the lowest minimum limit for calculating the BPJS. The lowest minimum limit used is the city/ district minimum wage. For example, if the JKK calculation is 0.54% and the lowest minimum limit is 3,000,000. Thus, JKK calculation will be 0.54% X 3,000,000. However, the calculation will be applied if the employee basic salary is under the lowest minimum limit. For example, the lowest minimum limit is 3,000,000 and the employee basic salary is 2,500,000, so the calculation will use the lowest minimum limit. While, if the basic salary is more than the lowest minimum limit, the calculation will use the basic salary of the employee.
    You can input 0 (zero) if your company doesn’t use the lowest minimum limit to calculate the BPJS.
  4. Input the JKM Percentage. It determines the percentage of calculating JKM. The standard is 2%
  5. Input the JHT Employer Percentage. It determines the percentage to calculate the where-old age benefits that is subject to the employer. The standard used is 3.7%
  6. Input the JHT Employee Percentage. It is the percentage to calculate the where-old age benefits that is subject to the employee. The standard used is 2%
  7. Input the JP Employer Percentage. It is the percentage to calculate the old-age benefits that is subject to the employer. The standard used is 2%
  8. Input the JP Employee Percentage. It is the percentage to calculate the old-age benefits that is subject to the employee. The standard used is 1%

After all data completed, tap Next to continue updating the other information.

In step 3, you can update the health insurance information. Follow these steps:

  1. Input the Employer BPJS number.
  2. Input the Jaminan Kesehatan (Health Insurance) Employer Percentage. It is the percentage to calculate the health insurance that is subject to the employer.
  3. Input the Jaminan Kesehatan (Health Insurance) Employer Percentage. It is the percentage to calculate the health insurance that is subject to the employee.
  4. Determine the BPJS Health Base. It is the lowest minimum limit for calculating the health insurance.
  5. After all data completed, tap Next to continue updating the other information.

In the last step, you can update the information related to tax. This information is default based on the Tax Regulation. Here are the fields you can update in Tax Parameter. Follow these steps:

  1. Determine the tax year you use to calculate the tax. For example, the year used is 2019.
  2. Switch on the toggle if you want to apply the tax to next year. If the tax uses the tax year (e.g 2019) and you want to apply it for the next year, you can switch on the toggle and write down the year.
  3. Choose the Income Annualized Method. You can choose what method used in your company either it is Average or Current.
  4. Determine the Individual PTKP. It is to determine the non-taxable income for the indvidual. The number has been set in the Tax Regulation.
  5. Determine the Spouse PTKP. It is to determine the non-taxable income for the spouse. The number has been set in the Tax Regulation.
  6. Input the Dependent PTKP. It is to determine how many family dependents for the non-taxable income.
  7. Input the Maximum Number of Dependent. It is to determine the maximum number of family dependents for the non-taxable income.
  8. Determine the Tax Penalty Percentage. The tax penalty percentage is a percentage used for employee who doesn’t have the NPWP or tax number. Thus, they will be charged for 20%.
  9. Determine whether the company performs tax gross or not. Tax Penalty Gross Up determines the tax allowance which the amount is equal to the amount of tax deducted from employees.

All information completed? Save the changes.

Updated on September 5, 2019

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