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  1. What does the term fiscal year refer to in my reports? The Fiscal year is the 12 month period beginning on September 1st and ending on August 31st.  This is directly related to the academic year.... Read More
  2. I didn’t work for TTU/TTUHSC last year, why did I get a W-2? Most likely the final check for the previous year was paid in January of this year.   Verify by email to webmaster.payroll@ttu.edu.... Read More
  3. I am a 9 month Faculty member and I want my salary paid over 12 months, how can I do this? You will need to fill out a Faculty 12 Month Salary Spread Request form and scan and email it to Payroll Services at www.webmaster.payroll@ttu.edu.   You can find this form along with other payroll forms on our payroll website under Forms and Proced... Read More
  4. Why do I have a Leave Balance for Assistance Dog Training Leave, Bone Marrow Transplant Leave, Organ Donor Leave and Red Cross Leave? Category:  Web Time Entry / Web Leave Report   Question:  Why do I have a Leave Balance for Assistance Dog Training Leave, Bone Marrow Transplant Leave, Organ Donor Leave and Red Cross Leave?    Answer:   The “Available Beginning Balance”... Read More
  5. What is the Date Available for my Leave Balances? Category:  Web Time Entry/ Web Leave Report   Question:  What is the date available for my Leave Balances?   Answer:  Leave Balances ‘roll’ at the beginning of every fiscal year (September 1st).  If you were hired prior to the begin... Read More
  6. Is there a Cognos Report that shows all transactions for the entire month ? There are several reports that provide the transactions that occurred during a Fiscal Period (month).  To access these reports, from the Public Folders tab of Cognos, select the folder labeled TTU Finance.  Within the TTU Finance Folder is a sub fo... Read More
  7. How is Program Code G10 used? Category:  Finance Subcategory:  Program Codes Question:  How is Program Code G10 used?   Answer: Program Code G10 Agency Operations– includes expenditures related to funds held by the University as custodian or fiscal agent for students, facu... Read More
  8. How is Program Code 600 used? Category:  Finance Subcategory:  Program Codes Question:  How is Program Code 600 used?   Answer: Program Code 600 Institutional Support– includes expenditures for central, executive-level activities concerned with management and long-range pl... Read More
  9. I am an international employee and didn’t get a W-2 (or 1042-S), why? Non-Resident Aliens (NRA) will get a W-2 and/or a 1042-S depending on how taxes were withheld from their paychecks. Some NRA’s will only receive a 1042-S if all income received during a tax year is exempt from federal tax withholding under a ta... Read More
  10. Is there a Cognos report detaling which Purchase Orders have not been paid? Yes, there are Cognos Reports showing open Purchase Orders.  If you want a listing of open Purchase Orders, use the FI137 - Open Encumbrance Multi-Year Report.  This displays Purchase Order, Vendor Name and Remaining Balance. If you want a report t... Read More
  11. Can you help me understand Annual Salary? Category:  ePAF   Question:  Could you explain "ANNUAL SALARY"? Is it 12 months or 9 months...or does it depend if faculty, staff or student?   Answer:  Annual Salary is the "rate" at which an exempt employee is paid (as different from nonexempt... Read More
  12. What is a Longevity Payment for Employees? Category:  Web Time Entry / Web Leave Report Question:  What is a Longevity Payment for Employees?   Answer:  Regular full time non-academic employees are entitled to longevity pay upon completion of each two years of State service starting with ... Read More
  13. What report in Cognos show the current budget for a FOP? Within the TTU Finance > Budget Reports folder you will find the reports designed to provide budget information.  The most frequently used of these reports include: FI002 - Revenue Expense Budget Pools by FOP - This report displays at the budge... Read More
  14. How does the change in pay frequency impact my deductions? All deductions (i.e. insurances, garnishments, retirement) will be split in half and taken from each check.  The deductions made over the course of the calendar year would be the same as made under the monthly pay check.... Read More
  15. How is semi monthly pay calculated? All non exempt employees will be paid based on the hours worked.  Each pay period, the number of work days and hours can fluctuate.  Therefore, non exempt employee payments may vary depending on the number of work days in a pay period.  As a resul... Read More