Non Dep Maximum Charge

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  • #39624
    Anonymous
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    Hi All,

    Just a quick query.

    Does anyone have a code set up on their system that auto allocates a maximum non dep charge?

    I vaguely remember this being used at a former authority i worked at called NDMAX with default income of £999.99 per week.

    We have tried to do it on v6 and there doesn;t seem to be anyway to default the hours to make the system believe that the person is in remunerative work.

    Any ideas anyone?

    Thanks
    Stuart

    #112812
    jrou
    Participant

    Hi Stuart,

    Our staff are advised just to leave the Ndep without any income, the system then defaults to take the highest charge.

    We still get some officers put earnings income on as 999.99, but it reads rubbish on the letters, hence we just leave income null and let the system take the high charge

    Jenn

    #112824
    trishc
    Participant

    When you create income for a non dep, theres a tick box for ND High Income. Tick this and it takes the highest non dep dedn. we do this if we know they work FT but dont have any details. Or do what Jenn said, that works too.

    #112862
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Edited to add: You need a value in your parameters for the value of NDHI. Ours is set to the highest level for that particular year.

    #112866
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Chris,

    Does this then automatically apply a maximum charge against the income code?

    #112875
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Yes, if you tick the flag on the income screen

    #113052
    shadeycat
    Participant

    Hi

    You may want to watch out for the ND higher flag. There was, not sure if there still is, a bug that does not allow you to add the flag in certain scenarios. The only workaround is to add an income high enough to make the system take the max deduction based on the paramertes set for that year.

    Scott

    #113053
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Still having difficulty with this- thought it would be easy!

    The reason for my asking is because we had an income type set up called NDOUI – non dep income- on this code there is the box to tick for the max charge.

    We have recently found lots of cases where the box was not ticked- so we are looking for an alternative where an assessor does not have to think- except for putting the code in.

    #113055
    shadeycat
    Participant

    rather thatn use an income code can you not just get the assessors to tick the High Deduction box?

    #113056
    Anonymous
    Guest

    thats where the problem is at present ( forgetting to tick the box ) 🙂

    #113059
    Anonymous
    Guest

    I repeat – you do not set up an income code. The assessor can use any code (“any other income”, whatever) but they MUST remember to tick the box and there MUST be a value in the table against NDHI. The box is always there, it doesn’t just appear against your code.

    TINA

    #113207
    jrou
    Participant

    I still opt for null income attached. If you don’t know their income, don’t add anything and let the system default to take the high NDD.

    Jenn

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