Resource: payrollexternalsalarypayment.nv

HTTP-method: POST

Is used to import external salary payment data. It is not necessary to import the whole
payslip, only the payment data. The data doesn't need to be linked to an employee in
Netvisor. Payment takes place in Netvisor, resource is quite similar to importing bank transfer.

LevelElement nameType and lengthOccursDescriptionExample
2descriptionString0...1Description of the event. Informal definition
External payment
2paymentdateDate1Payment date = Payday, salary will be on employees account on this date2017-01-01
Attr.formatString ansiansi
2duedateDate1Due date, salary will be charged from company's account2017-01-01
Attr.formatString ansiansi
2externalpaymentsumDecimal1Amount of payment (0.01 < sum < 10000000.0)100,0
2ibanString1Employee's bank account numberFI21 1234 xxxx xxxx xx
2bicString1Bank's identification codeNDEAFIHH
2hetuString0...1Employee's Personal identity code:140785-xxyy
2realnameString1Employee's nameErkki Esimerkki

Either paymentdate or duedate will be set

Elements (paymentdate, duedate) terminology is according to SEPA-bank transfer standard.

The date when payers account is charged is given in payment order instead of payment date; On this basis banks take care of that salaries and retirement payments are on recipients accounts at the payday in all banks that operate in Finland. This due date has to be banking day and it has must be a banking day before payday.

On the due date (duedate) salary is charged from company's account.
One banking day is added to the due date so that payment date = payday. If due date is eg. Friday, 3 days will be added so that due date is Monday.

Payment date (paymentdate) = payday, payroll is in employees account.
Banking day interpretation is not done at this moment, it will be interpreted in payment.

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