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  1. Base Job Record must exist to create a new job, on Pay Change Verify that the employee has a base record for the pay change.  A base record would have filled the Current Value column.  No Current Values indicates a missing base record.... Read More
  2. As a result of the pay frequency change that starting January 2009 I will get paid twice a month, will I pay more federal income taxes withheld? Category:  Payroll Question:    As a result of the pay frequency change that starting January 2009 I will get paid twice a month, will I pay more federal income taxes withheld?   Answer:  Federal Income taxes (FIT) withholding is calculated bas... Read More
  3. Where can I find information about the pay frequency change as it relates to student workers? Category:  Pay Frequency   Question:  Where can I find information about the pay frequency change as it relates to student workers.   Answer:  The Guide to Planning Your WTE/WLR Implementation, found at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/afism/training/m... Read More
  4. When is the best time to change an employee's pay? Category: Payroll   Question:  When is the best time to change an employees' rate of pay?   Answer:  The best time to make any changes to an employees' job is at the beginning of a pay period.... Read More
  5. How will deductions for taxes (federal tax, FICA & Medicare) be affected by the change to semi monthly payments? These deductions are calculated as a percentage of the semi monthly pay amount.  The same amount will be deducted on an annual basis under the monthly pay.  There will be no impact on the taxes as a result of this change.... Read More
  6. When will the change in Pay Frequency be in effect? The change in pay frequency will start beginning January 2009.  All non-exempt employees will be paid twice a month based on the following new pay periods and pay dates:   Pay Period:                                ... Read More
  7. 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
  8. How do I change the funding source (FOAP/FOP) for an employee’s future pay? An electronic form is available in the ePAF Application, with an Approval Category name of "TTU Current & Future Labor Chg, TLABOR".  This ePAF allows you to change the funding for an upcoming date.... Read More
  9. How do I change the funding source (FOAP/FOP) on a previous payment made to an employee? Use the Labor Redistribution Form on the Budget website.  It is an Excel worksheet with tabs for Instructions and examples. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/budget/forms/ ... Read More
  10. A pay increase PAF for a nonexempt employee has applied but WTE timesheet has the old rate. Will the employee be paid at the old rate or at the new rate? When an employee opens the timesheet for the first time, the current rate is listed on the timesheet.  The rate in the header is not updated during the pay period and does not reflect any recently applied pay changes.  During the payroll cycle at t... Read More
  11. Will Credit Union payments also be split between two paychecks? Category:  Payroll   Question:  Will Credit Union payments also be split between two paychecks?   Answer:  Currently credit union payments are done as a deduction from your paycheck. Banner allows functionality where ones paycheck can split and ... Read More
  12. Can I pay for phone charges on my federal FOP? Category:  Finance   Question:  Can I pay for phone charges on my Texas Tech University federal FOP?   Answer:   Local phone charges are not allowed on federally funded sponsored projects, so any Texas Tech University (Chart T) FOPs that begin ... Read More
  13. 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
  14. I am trying to log onto my timesheet/leave report and it is giving me an error message to contact payroll. It appears that your approver(s) have not been set up or the approver(s) have changed.   You will need to have your current approvers send an email to www.webmaster.payroll@ttu.edu with the R number and position number of the approver or approvers, ... Read More
  15. When do semi-monthly employees receive their longevity pay? Semi-monthly employees receive their longevity pay when we run the second semi-monthly payroll consisting of the 16th thru the end of the month that pays on the 10th of the month.... Read More
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