Please note that as from January 2008 the Methods of Payment calculation will be implemented, direct debit and electronic payment for supplementary payments: L09 within and outside the regulatory payment period and L02, L03 and L13 outside the regulatory payment period. This means that:
The L09 supplementary payments "other supplementary payments", may be sent requesting the direct debit, electronic payment or accounting report methods of payment (until now this was not possible). Both payments sent within and outside the regulatory period will be accepted.
The implementation of this feature means that L09 payments will only be accepted if they include a single payment month. Therefore, payments that include multiple periods will be rejected, irrespective of whether a method of payment is requested.
Furthermore L09 payments sent within the regulatory period will be accepted if there is a L00 (normal) payment that has been consolidated due to a blocked method of payment (in this case it cannot be replaced by sending a new payment). If the L00 can be corrected, the L09 payment will be rejected, since it must be included in the L00 payment, which must then be resent with the corrected amount.
Only a single L09 payment will be accepted within the regulatory period and therefore the non-replacement indicator "N" will be valid for L09 payments within the regulatory period.
Payments outside the regulatory period will also be accepted using the method of payment for supplementary payments L02 "procedural salaries", L03 "retroactive payment of salaries" and L13 "paid holidays that were not taken", which until now were only accepted using these methods of payment when they were within the regulatory period.
For supplementary payments sent outside the regulatory period you must include the surcharge corresponding to section EDTCA90 in the FAN file.
Changes, included in the 2008 General Budget Bill, to the current premiums for Work-Related Injuries and Occupational Diseases with the approval of new obligatory contribution rates as from 1 January 2008.
Please note that:
The 2008 General Budget Bill plans to make changes to the current Premiums for Work-Related Injuries and Occupational Diseases with the approval of new obligatory contribution rates as from 1 January 2008.