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Reporting Pay Period Reporting Resources

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The Old Way

In the past, you remitted (paid) contributions for each pay period of the year. You then reconciled those payments at the end of the year. After 2014, there will be no more annual reports. We have moved to pay period reporting.

2014 Annual Reporting Requirements
Employer Manual: Annual Reporting

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The New Way

  • Employers report wage information by employee with each pay period.
  • KPERS' system calculates an invoice, with amount due, for your remittance (payment).
  • Employers remit (pay) based on their invoice.
  • Reporting and reconciliation are now part of the remittance process.

2015 Reporting Data Needed and File Layout
Employer Manual: Pay Period Reporting


FAQ, Common Errors

Webinar Recordings

PPR Webinar - State (January 20, 2015)
PPR Webinar Slides  (PDF, 4.45MB)
PPR Webinar Recording  (Nov. 13, 2014)

More PPR Help for Employers

For the basics, start here. Use step-by-step instructions and updated Employer Manual documents to help get you smoothly over bumps on the pay period reporting road.

Do you have 10 or fewer employees? Check out this webinar recording for a walkthrough of pay period reporting (PPR) that's just your size.

Looking for easy ways to avoid PPR errors? Here's a quick 15-minute webinar recording that steps through the three most common errors.

Helpful Resources

PPR How-to Documents

PPR How-to Videos

Employer Manual

  Helpful Links

Kansas Public Employees Retirement System
611 S. Kansas Ave, Topeka, KS 66603
Toll-free: 1 888 - 275-5737
Email: [email protected]

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