# Leave Provision calculation – AU Payroll

INTRODUCTION

Leave Provision Calculation is difficult to understand and not straight forward calculation.

The calculation of leave provision is performed in payroll via function QLPVR.

This document illustrates the manual calculation behind this function

This document is useful for functional consultants while analysing issues with Leave Provision calculations.

EXAMPLE

In the example below the service of the employee is 6 years

Period July 2014

The LSLPR table in the current payroll results table shows the LSL accrual hours, rate, Probability factors, Escalation rate, Inflation rate and the Bond Rate.

The rates can also be fetched from the table V_T5QLK Probability Factor

This factor depends on the organization, the organization applies a value based on the probability that an employee will be entitled to long service leave

For the above example employee the Probability factor is 50% Column 4 is the leave value (Leave Accrual * Rate)

Column 5: The Probability factor depends on the Organization, organization applies a rate base on the service of the employee. For the example employee here it is 50% for 6 years of service.

Column 6: The nominal rate is the product of the leave value and the probability factor

Column 7: The escalation rate is also fetched from the  table V_T5QLK based on the years of service.

Column 8: Escalated Sub total is the sum of nominal amount and the escalation amount. Column 9: Inflation Rate fetched from the table V_T5QLK based on the years of service

Column 10: The sum of escalation amount and the inflation amount – Refer Annexure 1 & 2 for calculation  Column 11: The rate is fetched from the table V_T5QLK for the net present value  Results Table  In the above example the total leave provision us 14997.62

The LSL Provision calculated on the transferred quota is 13686.33

The value calculated as of 31st July 2014 is 1311.29 – value in column ’13’

The net present value calculated as on 30th June 2014 (last period) is 1045.85  Annexure 1 & 2 illustrates the calculation of inflation rate You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
• Good explanation Viswa…finally we have something related to AU payroll here.

Regards,

Vivek

• Former Member Post author

Thank you Vivek. You are the inspiration 🙂

• informative!!

• Good One Vish

Regards’
Ajay

• Viswanath – Good article. Have a question on how did you arrive at 1045.85 as the NPV on 30 June?

Regards

Pramod

• Former Member Post author

Hi Pramod,

The NPV of 1045.85 is the similar calculation of the previous month.

In my example I showed the calculation for July, if you perform similar calculation for previous month you will get the NPV of 1045.85.

Let me know for further queries

Thank you

Viswa