Garnishment orders can often be a headache for payroll professionals using Sage HRMS. For employers with creditor garnishments, student loans, bankruptcy filings, and other garnishment orders—manually calculating, prioritizing, and entering disposable pay for employees can be time-consuming and susceptible to error. Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager streamlines the process of prioritizing, calculating, and updating garnishment records.
Avoids penalties by maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations. Supports all federal regulations and rules of all 50 states and CCPA wage limit tests and properly prioritizes multiple garnishments.
Requires a minimal amount of set-up after installation. All data is entered into Sage HRMS Payroll
Gives payroll users the ability to change settings with a simple, intuitive interface
Calculate Disposable Pay
Calculate CCPA, Child support by state, federal agency, state levy by state, IRS take-home pay, and net pay before garnishments.
Eliminate the need for a separate system or service to handle garnishments. Improve staff productivity by simplifying garnishment management.
Leverage Sage HRMS Payroll
Update the time card with proper deduction values, and Sage HRMS electronically transmits garnishment payments.
How it Works
Prioritize: Prioritizes multiple garnishments such as child support, tax levies, student loans, and creditor liens based on various jurisdictional rules.
Update: Updates the time card in Sage HRMS Payroll accordingly with proper amounts
Calculate: Dynamically calculates the proper deduction amounts by state and federal rules for each payroll.
Only if they are setup as flat dollar amount deductions. Any codes set as a percentage can’t be used with Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager. Keep in mind that each order for a given employee must use a unique deduction code.
Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager does not store any employee or transactional data but does produce a report per employee that documents the calculation of the garnishment deductions. We recommend that the user saves this report.
No. Each payroll user can have Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager loaded on the same workstation they use to run Sage HRMS Payroll. You can copy the XML setup files from one workstation to avoid having to set up each workstation separately.
No. Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager is limited to calculating and prioritizing garnishment deductions in compliance with state and federal regulations. However, Sage HRMS has the capability to remit EFT payments for child support garnishments to any state that mandates by law that the employer remit electronically. Here is a list of states and their child support payment requirements.