Corrections must always be dealt with on the basis of 'follow the money'.
This means that if an employee has been underpaid in a previous pay period, the correction of the underpayment should be made in the next payroll run you perform.
Likewise, if an employee has been overpaid in a previous pay period, the correction to recoup this overpayment should be made in the next payroll run you perform.
Where an employee, however, has physically received a payment amount in a particular pay period which differs to the amount shown in the payroll and the associated PSR has already been submitted, this will require a 'correction submission' to be made to Revenue in order to rectify the error.
This correction submission is known as a Correction PSR.
Other correction types which may also give rise to a correction submission being required include:
A dedicated 'Corrections' utility is available in Thesaurus Payroll Manager in order to facilitate a variety of corrections that may be needed to your payroll.
After making a correction, where the software detects that a correction submission is required, a Correction PSR will automatically be created for you, which you will be prompted to submit.
Comprehensive guidance on making corrections can be accessed here
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