Learn the payroll and payroll easily and comfortably at the PC. Wage and salary statement is subject to constant change as well as taxes. Of course, there are a number of PC programs that count for us. However, they explain not the backgrounds, relationships, legislation and operations. The main challenge: The wage and payroll based on various separate laws. Self management and innovation Dr.
Kristina Schubert Institute has opened a video series on the topic of wage and payroll on YouTube. Monthly new instructional videos are added and explain the calculations on individual topics easily. The instructional videos are systematically, so that interested without any previous knowledge will find connection. Initially intended the series to the wage and payroll for self-employed persons, freelancers and traders and their employees. The requests of the users, however, show that many workers have questions according to their salary and payroll. The instructional videos to the wage and Payroll explain the legal background and demonstrate the impact of both the workers and the employers on calculation examples. Over the next few months, four themes are developed: the easy way from the gross to the net.
The development of this part has already been completed and includes in addition to the simple calculation of the net also travel grant by the employer and holiday pay for wage earners. The settlement of special group. Activities, short-term jobs, students, pupils and pensioners include slightly. Daily and annual accounts in the wage and payroll – partial wage payment periods (for example, maternity benefits) and annual payments (such as Christmas money) special payments and imputed (E.g. cafeteria food) and other payment obligations of the employer (such as levies). The instructional videos published on YouTube isischubert are of course free of charge. Also the scripts to the instructional videos are available free of charge. Mrs. Dr. Kristina Schubert is certified engineering and leads seminars since 1996 through to the wage and payroll.