Recurring payrolls are accessible from the Payrolls section within Expenses.
Payroll is the compensation a business must pay to its employees for a set period or on a given date.
On the other hand, a salary statement, commonly called payslip, is a document that an employee receives either includes a notice that the direct deposit transaction has gone through or that is attached to the paycheck. The payslip includes details of the gross wages for the pay period and the taxes and any other deductions the employer is required to make by law.
What are recurring payslips used for?
Recurring payslips are useful when you pay employees on a regular schedule and most details of their payslips are identical from one payroll period to the next. In Holded you can create recurring payslips and automate the recording of your payslips to avoid entering them manually each month.
Learn here how to create a recurring payslip