Reports

A selection of school transaction and financial reports are available in EdPay to download and view. Access to these reports is restricted to principals and school-wide administrators.

A duly delegated member of the board can request reports from the principal in the first instance, or via NZSTA if required.

Reports can be downloaded in PDF and/or CSV formats. For a description of these file types, see CSV and PDF file formats.

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Fortnightly reports

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Annual reports

  • School Annual Accrual report
    Summarises salary and wage information from the SUE reports from 28 January of one year to 27 January of the following year. This forms part of your school’s annual financial statement.
  • ACC EOY (Invoice to Schools)
    The school’s ACC invoice for the employer levy payable by the school for employees who are paid from Operational Grant (BG) funding.
  • End of Year report
    Shows all end of year related data about your employees, to assist with End of Year processing. This is only available while end of year screens are open.
  • Start of Year report
    Shows all start of year related data about your employees, to assist with Start of Year processing. This is only available while start of year screens are open.

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On-demand reports

  • Pay Ending report
  • Shows employees whose job is due to end within the next 90 days, and who will not be paid after their occupancy ends. It also shows employees who have already left your school, but who have not been terminated in the payroll system.
  • General Ledger Accounts report
    Lists all the funding and department codes used by a school.

Other reports

  • Other reports
    From time to time, other reports will be available to schools, for example audit related reports and error schedules.

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