You can use the Single Pay Slip option in Tally.ERP 9 to view the Pay Slip for individual employees, configure the content and appearance based on the requirement and then Print or E-mail the Pay Slip.
1. Go to Gateway of Tally > Display > Payroll Reports > Statements of Payroll > Pay Slip > Single Pay Slip .
2. Select the Employee whose Pay Slip you want to view.
Click on F12: Configure button in the Pay Slip to display a configuration sub-form, using which the user can customise the display/printing content and appearance of the Pay Slip.
The default settings for the configuration options are shown above. The options, which are set to Yes , will become visible in the Pay Slip. Select No to exclude the information, which is not required to be displayed on the Pay Slip.
● Show vertical pay slip ? : Set this option to Yes to align Deduction Part below the Earning. Set it to No to align them side-by-side.
● Show employee details ? : Set this option to Yes to display Employee Details as entered in the employee master.
o Show passport details ? : Set this option to Yes to display the Passport Details.
o Show visa expiry date ? : Set this option to Yes to display the Visa Expiry Date.
o Show date of joining ?: Set this option to Yes to display the Employee Joining Date.
● Show attendance/production details ? : Set this option to Yes to display Attendance/Production data.
● Display production types in tail units ? : For compound units used in Attendance/Production Type, set this flag to Yes to display value of the Attendance/Production Data in Tail unit and set the same to No to display data in Main unit.
● Show year to date values ? : Set this option to Yes to display cumulative value of attendance/production data or Earning and Deduction data for the current Financial Year.
● Show gross salary ? : Set this option to Yes to display the Gross Salary details for each component in the Salary Details.
o for deductions also? : Set this option to Yes to display the Gross Salary Details for each Deduction component.
● Show employer contribution to NPS ?: Set this option to Yes to display the employer's contribution towards the National Pension Scheme.
● Remove zero-valued entries ? : Set this option to Yes to remove Earning/Deduction data with Zero value from the Pay Slip.
● for attendance/production also ? : Set this option to Yes to remove Attendance data with 0 values from the Pay Slip.
● Display employee name as : You can select the appropriate appearance of name from the Display Employee Name Style list.
● Display pay head names as: Select the appropriate name style to appear for each Pay Head in Pay Slip (such as Alias(Name), Alias only, Name(Alias), Name Only, Pay Slip Name).
● F1 : Detailed : Click on F1 : Detailed button or press ALT+F1 to view source details of individual Attendance and Pay Head values. This view displays the Attendance or Payroll vouchers used to generate the current Pay Slip. You can also view the Voucher Number, Date and the Value of the attendance or earning or deduction value. This is useful when multiple attendance/payroll vouchers are entered during the same payroll period. You can drill down to the corresponding voucher directly from the Pay Slip screen.
Click the F1 : Condensed button or press ALT+F1 again to return to the normal mode.
● F2: Period : By default, when you open the Pay Slip view, the Period of Pay Slip - Attendance and Payroll Vouchers data is set to current month, and in most cases you do not need to change it. However, if required, you can change the period of data and include multiple-period payroll information to view/print a consolidated Pay Slip. As in all other Tally.ERP 9 reports, you have great flexibility in terms of Period of Payroll processing as well as in the printing of Pay Slip.
● F4: Employee : Using Employee Button (F4 Key) , you can view another employee’s Pay Slip from the existing Pay Slip display screen.
Click on Print button or Press Alt+P from the Pay Slip display screen to print the activePay Slip. Tally.ERP 9 will print the Pay Slip in the format that is configured for display.
● Set the options as required and press Enter to print the pay slip .
Click on E-Mail button or press ALT+M from the Pay Slip display screen to Email the Pay Slip. Tally.ERP 9 gives flexibility of selecting the formats from ASCII, EXCEL, HTML and XML for E-Mailing as an attachment or direct view.
The Mailing Pay Slip screen appears as follows:
● Email server: Select User Defined
● Server address: Specify the Outgoing E-Mail server address and port number separated by a colon (:)
Note: If the outgoing E-Mail server uses another port instead of the default port 25 , you must specify the SMTP server name, followed by a colon and the port number.. For example, smtp.gmail.com:465
● Use SSL: By default this is set to No . Change this to Yes if the E-Mail server is configured for secure connections.
● From: By default, the name of the Company appears, which can be changed as needed.
● From e-mail ID: By default, this field displays the E-Mail address entered in the Company Master. You can change this to reflect the recent E-Mail address.
● Username for authentication and Password: Enter the required username and password if the E-mail server requires authentication.
● Format: Select the required emailing format from ASCII, Excel, JPEG, HTML, PDF, XML.
● Resolution: Select the required resolution, recommended is 1024 x 768.
● To E-Mail Address : By default, this field displays the Employee E-Mail address entered in the Employee Master. You can changed this as needed.
● CC To (if any) : Provide an E-Mail address in case you want to send a copy of the same mail to more than one recipient.
● Subject : By default, the Subject line is filled as Pay Slip. You can change the subject as required.
● Additional Text if any : Enter a message that you want to send to the recipient along with the Pay Slip. The message precedes the before the Pay Slip in the E-Mail.
● Information sent : Select whether the Pay Slip needs to be sent as an Attachment or for Direct Viewing in Mail .
● Specify the other parameters as explained in the Pay Slips section .
● Press Enter to send the mail.