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Section 02.01: Account Codes -- Student Tuition & Fees (01000-02099)

General

Revenue resulting from charges of mandatory enrollment fees and other specific fees assessed directly to students. Mandatory enrollment fees include tuition, resource fees, building fees, incidental fees and health services fees.

[1] Tuition

[2] Resource Fees

[3] Mandatory Enrollment Fees

[a] Building Fees

[b] Other Mandatory Enrollment Fees

[c] Incidental Fees

[d] Student Health Fees

[4] Other Student Fees

[5] Fee Remissions

[a] Oregon Minority Enrollment Initiative

[b] International Cultural Service Program

[c] International Exchange Programs

[d] Contract and Grant Fee Remission

[e] Other Fee Remissions

Section 02.02: Account Codes -- Appropriations and Resource Redistribution (02100-02999)

General

The following codes are for funds that originate as revenue of the governmental unit and are used or expended for educational and general purposes.

[1] Appropriations

[2] Resource Redistribution

Section 02.03: Account Codes -- Gifts, Grants, & Contracts (03000-03999)

General

This category includes receipts of money and material, resulting from donations, bequests, awards, grant awards or contracts, received by an institution or OUS from individuals, corporations, foundations, associations, societies, government agencies and other institutions of higher education.

[1] Governmental Grants and Contracts

[2] Non-Governmental Grants and Contracts

[3] Overhead Cost Recovery

[4] Refund to Grantors

[5] Gifts

Section 02.04: Account Codes -- Transfers in from State Agencies (04000-05099)

General

The following codes are used to record funds transferred in from a given state agency. The last three characters correspond to the agency number and are updated biennially from the DAS Budget Manual instructions.

According to the Department of Administrative Services Budget and Management Division, a transfer in is defined as a "receipt of funds from another agency in which the purpose of the transfer is to fund a programmatic expenditure specifically approved by the Department of Administrative Services Budget and Management Division, Legislative Fiscal Office or Legislature. Generally there is no product or service in return for the transfer. The transferring agency is merely the vehicle to pass the revenue through to the actual agency charged with the programmatic expenditure of the funds."

[1] Transfers from State Agencies

Section 02.05: Account Codes -- Investment (05100-05999)

General

It is common for educational institutions to hold investments such as bonds, debentures, notes, preferred stocks, convertible securities, common stocks, warrants, mutual fund shares, real estate, leasebacks, mortgages, patents and copyrights. Investment account codes are used to classify the investment revenues.

[1] Investment/Debt/Debt Service

[2] Debt and Debt Service Related

Section 02.06: Account Codes -- Sales and Services (06000-06999)

General

The following account codes are used to record revenues from institutional or departmental sales, services, rentals and fines. For inter-departmental sales and services see section 02.095 - Service Department Sales Reimbursements, or section 02.16 - Internal Sales Reimbursement.

[1] General Sales and Services

[2] Fines and Penalties

[3] Fees and Permits

[4] Events and Performances

[5] Rentals, Housing, and Food Service

[6] Other Sales and Service

Section 02.07: Account Codes -- Medical and Hospital Services Income (07000-07999)

General

The following codes are used to record institutional or departmental revenues resulting from medical and hospital related sales and services.

[1] Medical and Hospital Services Income

Section 02.08: Account Codes -- Other Revenues (08000-08799)

General

The following account codes are used to record educational and general revenue not covered by other account codes (e.g., bad-check charges, transcript fees).

[1] Other Revenues

Section 02.09: Account Codes -- Student Loan Revenues (08800-08999)

General

The following account codes are used to record revenue arising from student loan activity.

[1] Loan Fund Revenues

Section 02.095: Account Codes -- Internal Sales (09000-09999)

General

The following account codes are used to record "revenues" of OUS entities for internal sales and services provided to other OUS entities (inter-departmental or inter-institutional). These income account codes are reclassified as negative expenditures for annual financial statement purposes. For revenues from non-OUS sources see sections 02.06 - Sales and Services, 02.07 - Medical and Hospital Services Income, and 02.08 - Other Revenues (account types 56 and 57 only).

[1] Internal Sales

[2] Computer Service Internal Sales

[3] General/Misc Internal Sales

Section 02.10: Account Codes -- Personal Services (10100-19999)

General

This group of account codes applies to all payroll expenditures. It is divided into eight categories: The following abbreviations are used throughout this section:

[1] Unclassified Salaries

[2] Unclassified Pay

[3] Classified Salaries

[4] Classified Pay

[5] Student Pay

[6] Salaries and Pay to Clinical Fellows and Graduate Assistants

[7] Benefit Compensation

[8] Other Payroll Expenses

[a] Other Payroll Expenses

[b] Other Payroll Expenses - Payroll System Adjustments

[c] Accrued Leave

[d] Graduate Fee Remission/Benefit/Subsidy

Section 02.11A: Account Codes -- Supplies (20XXX)

General

These codes apply to acquisition of materials and supplies for use in an instructional or administrative department. They do not cover commodities purchased for resale or redistribution from established storerooms or inventories (see the 6XXXX series of account codes).

[1] Supplies

Section 02.11B: Account Codes -- Agricultural Related Services & Supplies (21XXX)

[1] Supplies Related to Agriculture

Section 02.11C: Account Codes -- Communications and Postage & Shipping (220XX & 225XX)

General

Expenses arising from the use of telephone, telegraph, mail, freight and express services.

[1] Communications

[2] Postage and Handling

Section 02.11D: Account Codes -- Facilities & Utilities Related (230XX, 233XX, 235XX, and 240XX)

Section 02.11D is comprised of the following subsections:

[1] Utilities

[2] Waste Disposal

[3] Maintenance and Repairs

[4] Rental and Leases

[a] Rentals

[b] Operating Leases

Section 02.11E: Account Codes -- Fees & Services (245XX-249XX)

[1] Fees and Services

Section 02.11F: Account Codes -- Medical & Scientific Services & Supplies (25XXX)

[1] Medical and Scientific Services and Supplies

Section 02.11G: Account Codes -- Assessments (280XX-284XX)

Assessments

For a detailed description of assessments, and the reasons or methodologies behind them, please see the "Assessment Distribution Document" posted on the OUS Budget and Management webpage.

[1] State Assessments

[2] OUS Assessments

[3] Institutional Assessments

[4] Other Assessments

Section 02.11H: Account Codes -- Employee Related and 1099 Reportable Expenses (285XX)

[1] Services and Supplies -- Employee Related

Section 02.11I: Account Codes -- Conferences, Entertainment, etc. (286XX)

[1] Services and Supplies -- Conferences, Entertainment, etc.

Section 02.11J: Account Codes -- Fiscal Management Expense (287XX)

[1] Services and Supplies -- Fiscal Management Expense

Section 02.11K: Account Codes -- Debt/Investment Expense (288XX)

[1] Services and Supplies -- Debt/Investment Expense

Section 02.11L: Account Codes -- Miscellaneous Services & Supplies (289XX)

[1] Services and Supplies -- Miscellaneous

Section 02.11M: Account Codes -- Training (290XX)

[1] Training

Section 02.11N: Account Codes -- Transfers to State of Oregon

[1] Transfers to State of Oregon Agencies

Section 02.11O: Account Codes -- Travel (391XX-397XX)

General

These codes apply to transportation, lodging, meals and incidental expenses incurred by persons traveling on behalf of OUS. Travel expenses are categorized into three sets of account codes: In-State, Out-of-State, and Foreign. The travel expense category is determined based on the destination of the trip. For example, in-state travel includes both travel within Oregon and travel to Oregon that originates outside of Oregon. Use the same travel account code(s) for both the destination leg and the return leg of each trip:

Within each category of travel use employee or non-employee codes according to these guidelines:

[1] In-State Travel

[2] Out-of-State Travel

[3] Foreign Travel

[4] Taxable Travel

[5] General Travel

Section 02.11P: Account Codes -- Sub-contracts & Sub-grants (399XX)

[1] Sub-contracts/Sub-grants Up To and Including $25,000

[2] Sub-contracts/Sub-grants in Excess of $25,000

Section 02.12: Account Codes -- Capital Outlay (40000-49999)

General

The following account codes are used to record the capital outlay (purchase or construction) for non-expendable, tangible personal property and real property from non-proprietary funds only. Non-proprietary funds include all funds except Service Department and Auxiliary Enterprise funds. The capitalization and accumulated depreciation for non-proprietary funded assets should be recorded in the Net Investment in Plant fund 890000. (The capitalization and accumulated depreciation for proprietary funded assets should be recorded in the individual Service Department/Auxiliary Enterprise funds. See A8xxx account series for asset procurements from proprietary funds.)

Non-proprietary funded assets will be capitalized and depreciated by the Banner Financial Information System to the Net Investment in Plant fund 890000 using the A8xxx asset/contra asset accounts but are to be procured using the below 4xxxx capital outlay accounts.

Section Layout:

[1] Capital Outlay - Capitalized
     [A] Personal Property
     [B] Real Property
          [a] Land
          [b] Improvements Other Than Buildings
          [c] Buildings
          [d] Infrastructure

[2] Capital Outlay - Non-Capitalized

[3] Capital Asset Losses

[4] Miscellaneous Capital Outlay

 

[1] Capital Outlay - Capitalized

[A] Personal Property

[B] Real Property

[a] Land
[b] Improvements Other Than Buildings
[c] Buildings
[d] Infrastructure

[2] Capital Outlay - Non-Capitalized

[3] Capital Asset Losses

[4] Miscellaneous Capital Outlay

Section 02.13: Account Codes -- Student Aid (50000-59999)

General

These account codes apply to expenses related to scholarships, fellowships, grants-in-aid, waivers of fees and participant support for OUS students. See section 02.11I - Conferences, Entertainment, etc., for non-OUS student support. These codes do not cover payments to individuals for services rendered (see section 02.10 - Personal Services). These codes should not be used with Endowment Funds, Service Department Funds, or be expended against Government Resources & Allocations within the Current General Budgeted Operations Funds.

[1] Scholarships

[2] Fellowships

[3] Grants in Aid

[4] Waiver of Fees

[5] Participant Support

[6] Other Student Aid

Section 02.14: Account Codes -- Merchandise for Resale or Redistribution (60000-69999)

General

These account codes represent the direct cost of materials and outside services used by an auxiliary enterprise or service department to create products and services for which they receive revenue from external parties and university departments.

Merchandise for resale and redistribution account codes are:

[1] General Commodities

[2] Food Stuffs

[3] Agricultural-Related Resale

[4] General Services-Resale

[5] Other Resale Items

[6] Utilities Cost for Redistribution

Section 02.15: Account Codes -- Indirect Costs (70000-78999)

General

These codes are used for transactions that reflect the application of an indirect cost rate for the purpose of recovering indirect costs.

Section 02.16: Account Codes -- Internal Sales Reimbursement (79000-79999)

General

These codes are used to record reimbursements for sales and services to other entities within the institution and OUS. For revenues from non-OUS sources see sections 02.06 - Sales and Services, 02.07 - Medical and Hospital Services Income, and 02.08 - Other Revenues (account types 56 and 57 only).

[1] Publications and Graphics Internal Reimbursement

[2] Computer Service Reimbursement

[3] General and Miscellaneous Service Credits

Section 02.165: Account Codes -- Depreciation Expense (80500-80699)

General

The following account codes are used to record depreciation expense of fixed assets. They are used to record an asset's depreciation expense in the asset's capitalization fund (either in the Net Investment in Plant fund 890000 or in a proprietary fund) and depreciation organization, program and optional activity/location code. Each of the depreciable asset accounts in the A80xx/A81xx series of account have an associated accumulated depreciation contra asset account code in the A85xx/A86xx series of account. Each accumulated depreciation account in the A85xx/A86xx series of account have an associated depreciation expense account in the below account type 78, account series (805xx/806xx).

Section 02.17: Account Codes -- Student Loan Expenses (88000-90999)

General

These account codes are used for student loan fund receipts and expenditures for Loan Funds only.

[1] Disbursements and Adjustments

[2] Principal Cancelled

[3] Interest Cancelled

Section 02.18: Account Codes -- Transfer of Funds (91000-99999)

General

A 91XXX Transfer-In account code transaction requires an offsetting 92XXX Transfer-Out account code transaction, and vice versa. These account codes can not be used with agency funds (9xxxxx).

Institutions may choose between using expanded detail transfer account codes or simplified transfer account codes. Only one type of transfer account codes, expanded or simplified, will be on your institution's Chart of Accounts, as determined by the institution business office. If you do not see a listed account code on your institution's Chart of Accounts it may be because your institution Business Office has determined that the code is currently not needed to carry out the institution's business.

If you are unsure of the correct transfer account codes to use, contact your institution Business Office for advice.

[1] Transfers - Included in both expanded and simplified methods

[2] Transfers - Included only in simplified method

[3] Transfers - Included only in expanded method

[4] Transfers - Oregon State University and Bend branch campus

[5] Transfer codes inactive on all charts except..

Section 02.19: Account Codes -- Budget Reserves for Future Fiscal Years (9B000-9B999)

General

Budget only account codes for use in distinguishing budget allocations in the current fiscal year that are not intended to be expended until a future fiscal year. Use of these codes could aid in current fiscal year expenditure projections by distinguishing current year vs future year budget. This series of account codes are limited to budget transactions only, no actual expenditures may be posted to this series of account. The use of these codes are discretionary and to be determined by each institution. These codes would generally be used in budgeted operating funds rather than self supporting funds.

[1] Budget Reserves for Future Fiscal Years

Section 02.30: Account Codes -- Cash (A0000-A1999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.31: Account Codes -- Investments (A2000-A2999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.32: Account Codes -- Receivables (A3000-A3999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.33: Account Codes -- Inventories (A4000-A4999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.34: Account Codes -- Prepaid Expenses (A5000-A5999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.35: Account Codes -- Due from Other Funds/Other OUS Institutions (A6000-A7999)

General

Account codes A6000 - A7999 are asset accounts that record amounts "due from" other funds within the same OUS institution (A6000 - A6999), or other OUS institutions and the Chancellor's Office (A7000 - A7999).

Many of the "due from" account codes pertain to inter-institutional and inter-fund loans. Refer to OUS Fiscal Policy 05-271 - Inter-institutional and Inter-fund Loans for applicable accounting policies.

[1] A6000 - Due From Other Funds

[2] A7000 - Due From Other OUS Institutions

Section 02.36: Account Codes -- Fixed Assets/Accumulated Depreciation (A8000-A8999)

General

The following account codes are used to record the capitalization and accumulated depreciation of all non-expendable, tangible personal property and real property (also known as 'Fixed Assets') from proprietary and non-proprietary funds. Proprietary funds include all auxiliary enterprise and service department funds while non-proprietary funds include all funds except auxiliary enterprises and service departments.

The capitalization and accumulated depreciation of non-proprietary funded fixed assets should be recorded in the Net Investment in Plant fund 890000 using the below asset/contra asset accounts but are to be procured using the 4xxxx capital outlay accounts. The capitalization and accumulated depreciation of proprietary funded fixed assets should be recorded in the individual auxiliary enterprise/service department funds using the below asset/contra asset accounts.

The following asset account codes are also used to procure fixed assets with proprietary funds. (See 4xxxx account series for asset procurements from non-proprietary funds.) The following account codes are used for recording fixed assets and accumulated depreciation in the General Ledger as well as in the Banner Fixed Assets system.

Section Layout:

[1] Personal Property
[2] Real Property
[3] Accumulated Depreciation

[1] Personal Property

[2] Real Property

[3] Accumulated Depreciation

Section 02.40: Account Codes -- Accounts Payable (B0000-B0999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.41: Account Codes -- Salaries and Wages Payable (B1000-B1999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.42: Account Codes -- Notes Payable (B2000-B2999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.43: Account Codes -- Bonds Payable (B3000-B3999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.44: Account Codes -- Deposits (B4000-B4999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.45: Account Codes -- Deferred Income (B5000-B5999)

General

Currently being developed.

Section 02.46: Account Codes -- Due to Other Funds/Other OUS Institutions (B6000-B7999)

General

Account codes B6000 - B7999 are liability accounts that record amounts "due to" other funds within the same OUS institution (B6000 - B6999), or other OUS institutions and the Chancellor's Office (B7000 - B7999).

Many of the "due to" account codes pertain to inter-institutional and inter-fund loans. Refer to OUS Fiscal Policy 05-271 - Inter-institutional and Inter-fund Loans for applicable accounting policies.

[1] B6000 - Due From Other Funds

[2] B7000 - Due to Other OUS Entities

Section 02.50: Account Codes -- Control Accounts

General

Currently being developed

Section 02.60: Account Codes -- Fund Balance

General

Currently being developed

Section 02.70: Account Codes -- Fund Additions (E0000-E9999)

General

A fund addition is a credit to the general ledger that bypasses the operating ledger. Fund additions are unusual and used in limited circumstances. Fund additions are typically used to: (1) record the moving of the equity and its corresponding asset or liability from one fund to another fund, and (2) offset an expenditure recorded in the operating ledger that should be recorded as an asset in the general ledger.

Examples of fund additions include moving funds from an auxiliary enterprise to a renewal and replacement reserve to save for future building repair or equipment replacement. The funds are moved through a fund deduction from the auxiliary enterprise funds and a fund addition to the renewal and replacement reserves. Fund additions and fund deductions flow through the general ledger without impacting the revenue and expenses of the operating ledger.

Section 02.80: Account Codes -- Fund Deductions

General

Currently being developed

Section 100: Account Codes -- PTVDISP

Defines codes for academic disciplines in order to identify teaching disciplines on the Faculty Information Form (PEAFACD).

Section 105: Account Codes -- FFVACON

Section 110: Account Codes -- FFVACQM

Section 115: Account Codes -- FFVDISP

Section 120: Account Codes -- FFVSDAT

Section 125: Account Codes -- FFVTTST

Section 130: Account Codes -- FOASYSC

Section 135: Account Codes -- FTMACCT

Section 140: Account Codes -- FTMACTL

Section 145: Account Codes -- FTMAGCY

Section 150: Account Codes -- FTMASTY

Section 155: Account Codes -- FTMATYP

Section 160: Account Codes -- FTMCOAS

Section 165: Account Codes -- FTMDEPR

Section 170: Account Codes -- FTMFSYR

Section 175: Account Codes -- FTMFSYR

Section 180: Account Codes -- FTMFTYP

Section 185: Account Codes -- FTMFUND

Section 187: Account Codes -- FTVITYP

1099 Income Type Codes

(FTMITYP) A list of income classifications to use with the U.S. Government 1099 form as established by the Internal Revenue Service. These codes are used to determine which box on the 1099 form is to be used in recording amounts paid to vendors and reported to the IRS.

Section 190: Account Codes -- FTMPROG

Section 195: Account Codes -- FTMRUCL

Section 200: Account Codes -- FTMRUCL

Section 205: Account Codes -- FTMRUCL

Section 210: Account Codes -- FTMSDAT

Section 215: Account Codes -- GORRACE

Standardized race codes for system-wide use.

Section 220: Account Codes -- GTVRRAC

Regulatory Race Validation Table.

Section 225: Account Codes -- GTVZIPC

Section 230: Account Codes -- GXRBANK

Bank Validation Table

Section 235: Account Codes -- N/A

Section 240: Account Codes -- NBAFISC

Defines the parameters of a fiscal year for the purposes of position control.

Section 245: Account Codes -- NTRFBLD

Section 250: Account Codes -- NTRFBLD

Defines rules for calculating fringe budgets, fringe encumbrances, and fringe expenses.

Section 255: Account Codes -- NTRFINI

Defines rules for interfacing transactions to the Finance system. Also defines accounting distributions for net pay and deferred pay.

Section 260: Account Codes --

Defines rules for developing benefit and deduction budgets.

Section 265: Account Codes -- NTRINST

Defines general location, position control, and finance rules as well as rules specific to the processing of Electronic Approvals.

Section 270: Account Codes -- NTRPCLS

Creates a position class and associates it with salary guidelines, employee class, and employee skill level.

Section 275: Account Codes -- NTRSALA

Defines rules for salaries or hourly rates.

Section 280: Account Codes -- NTRSALA

Section 285: Account Codes -- NTRSGRP

Defines active and inactive salary groups for each table.

Section 290: Account Codes -- PEAEMPL

Section 295: Account Codes -- PTRBCAT

Uses the benefit codes defined at the Benefit/Deducation Rule Form (PTRBDCA) to establish benefit packages and assign them to specific employee categories.

Section 300: Account Codes -- PTRBCAT

Section 305: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 310: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 315: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 320: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 325: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 330: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 335: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 340: Account Codes -- PTRBDCA

Establishes benefit/deduction codes and associates them with various rule combinations.

Section 345: Account Codes -- PTRBDFQ

(PTRBDFQ) Specifies how many times a life insurance premium deduction is taken in a given month.

Section 350: Account Codes -- PTRBDPG

Controls the Web processing for a primary group, each secondary group under that primary group, and each associated benefit/deduction in each secondary group.

Section 355: Account Codes -- PTRBREL

Establishes codes that identify the relationship to an employee that makes a beneficiary eligible for benefits.

Section 360: Account Codes -- PTRCALN

Defines the payroll calendar for use in the payroll process.

Section 365: Account Codes -- PTRDFPN

Defer Pay Period Paynumbers Rule Table

Section 370: Account Codes -- PTRDFPR

Defer Pay Period Rule Table

Section 375: Account Codes -- PTREARN

Creates earnings codes and associates them with rules.

Section 380: Account Codes -- PTREARN

Earnings Code Labor Dist Rule Table

Section 385: Account Codes -- PTRECLS

ECLS Eligible Benefit Category Rule Table

Section 390: Account Codes -- PTRECLS

ECLS Eligible Leave Category Rule Table

Section 395: Account Codes -- PTRECLS

Employee Class Rule Table

Section 400: Account Codes -- PTRECLS

Employee Class Earn Code Rule Table

Section 405: Account Codes -- PTREEOS

Contains salary levels as defined by the U.S. federal government for EEO purposes.

Section 410: Account Codes -- PTREMPR

Section 415: Account Codes -- PTREMPR

Defines employer data, as well as data for IPEDS/EEO reporting.

Section 420: Account Codes -- PTREMPR

Employer State Information Table

Section 425: Account Codes -- PTRGTAX

Contains taxable life insurance premium amounts and associated age ranges.

Section 430: Account Codes -- PTRINST

Identifies rules that apply throughout the Banner installation and establishes them in the database at an installation level.

Section 435: Account Codes -- PTRJBLN

Establishes job location codes for use on the Employee Job Form (NBAJOBS).

Section 440: Account Codes -- PTRJCRE

Defines job change reason codes for use on the Employee Jobs Form (NBAJOBS).

Section 445: Account Codes -- PTRLCAT

Leave Accrual Rule Table

Section 450: Account Codes -- PTRLCAT

Leave Assignment Rule Table

Section 455: Account Codes -- PTRLCAT

Leave Priority Code Rule Table

Section 460: Account Codes -- PTRLEAV

Establishes leave codes and associates them with long and short descriptions.

Section 465: Account Codes -- PTRLIFE

Establishes parameters referenced by the Life Insurance Calc Process (PDPLIFE).

Section 470: Account Codes -- PTRLIFI

Defines life insurance deduction codes and associates them with coverage parameters.

Section 475: Account Codes -- PTRLREA

Defines a leave reason code, describes the associated leave, specifies the leave pay and benefit status, and indicates whether the leave creates COBRA eligibility.

Section 480: Account Codes -- PTRPCAT

Premium Pay Eligible Earnings Rule Table

Section 485: Account Codes -- PTRPCAT

Premium Pay Assignment Rule Table

Section 490: Account Codes -- PTRPCAT

Premium Pay Computation Rule Table

Section 495: Account Codes -- PTRPICT

Defines a payroll ID code, describes the associated payroll, and specifies its tax factor and number of pays per year.

Section 500: Account Codes -- PTRPPAY

Establishes premium pay codes and associates them with base date indicators.

Section 505: Account Codes -- PTRPREM

Establishes age-adjusted life insurance premium amounts and associates them with defined deduction codes.

Section 510: Account Codes -- PTRRANK

Further defines the Rank Validation Form (PTVRANK) by linking faculty and IPEDS rank.

Section 515: Account Codes -- PTRRERN

Specifies earnings codes, rates, and retroactive pay periods by employee class for use during retroactive pay processing.

Section 520: Account Codes -- PTRRERN

Section 525: Account Codes -- PTRTENR

Defines tenure codes and associates them with rules specifying tenure eligibility and status.

Section 530: Account Codes -- PTRTREA

Defines termination codes.

Section 535: Account Codes -- PTVASSN

California STRS Employee Assignment Code Validation Table

Section 540: Account Codes -- PTVBARG

Defines union and bargaining unit codes for use on the Employee/Job Labor Relations Form (PEABARG).

Section 545: Account Codes -- PTVBDPG

Section 550: Account Codes -- PTVBDTY

Establishes codes and descriptions for benefits and deductions.

Section 555: Account Codes -- PTVDISP

Defines codes for academic disciplines in order to identify teaching disciplines on the Faculty Information Form (PEAFACD).

Section 560: Account Codes -- PTVEEOC

Lists ethnic categories specified by the U.S. federal government for use in EEO/IPEDS reporting.

Section 565: Account Codes -- PTVEEOG

Contains EEO contract group codes as defined by the U.S. federal government.

Section 570: Account Codes -- PTVERGR

Assigns codes to logical groups of earnings codes.

Section 575: Account Codes -- PTVESKL

Contains EEO skill codes as defined by the U.S. federal government.

Section 580: Account Codes -- PTVFACC

Defines comment codes unique to processing faculty actions on the Faculty Action Tracking Form (PEAFACT).

Section 585: Account Codes -- PTVJCTY

Establishes job change type codes.

Section 590: Account Codes -- PTVLCAT

Section 595: Account Codes -- PTVPCAT

Establishes premium pay category codes for use on the Premium Pay Category Rule Form (PTRPCAT) and the Employee Class Rule Form (PTRECLS).

Section 600: Account Codes -- PTVRANK

Associates institutional (site specifit) ranks from the Faculty Rank Rule Form (PTRRANK) with IPEDS rank on PTVRANK for the Fall Staff Survey (IPEDS-S Reporting).

Section 605: Account Codes -- PTVREPT

Establishes tax report codes for entry on the Tax Reporting Rule Form (PXAREPT).

Section 610: Account Codes -- PTVREVT

Defines review codes for use on the Employee Review Form (PEAREVW).

Section 615: Account Codes -- PWASTMT

Section 620: Account Codes -- PWASTMT

Section 625: Account Codes -- PWASTMT

Section 630: Account Codes -- PWASTMT

Section 635: Account Codes -- PWASTMT

Section 640: Account Codes -- PWRUSET

Section 645: Account Codes -- PWRUSET

Section 650: Account Codes -- PWVBDPG

Section 655: Account Codes -- PWVRESN

Lists all rows in the PWVRESN table. Called by form PHAADJT.

Section 660: Account Codes -- PWVRETC

Lists all rows in the PWVRETC table. The form allows editing of the data. Called by form PWAOEMP.

Section 665: Account Codes -- PXACALC

Alternate Tax Calculation Table

Section 670: Account Codes -- PXAFSTA

Section 675: Account Codes -- PXAREPT

Section 680: Account Codes -- PXAREPT

Section 685: Account Codes -- PXAREPT

Section 690: Account Codes -- PXATAXS

Tax Additional Step Repeating Table

Section 695: Account Codes -- PXATAXS

Tax Exemption Repeating Table

Section 700: Account Codes -- PXATAXS

Tax Graduated Table Repeating Table

Section 705: Account Codes -- PXATXCD

Section 710: Account Codes -- STVACAT

Section 715: Account Codes -- STVCITZ

Maintains citizen type codes for use on the Identification Form (PPAIDEN).

Section 720: Account Codes -- STVCNTY

Section 725: Account Codes -- STVETCT

Section 730: Account Codes -- STVETHN

Section 735: Account Codes -- STVVTYP

Established codes for visa types and associates them with descriptions and administrative data.
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