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# SAP Payroll - Indirect Evaluation

Indirect Evaluation is used to calculate payroll for some specific wage types that are defaulted under the Basic Pay Infotype (0008) or Infotype 0014 or 001 (recurring payment/deductions or Additional payments).

**Note** − While using indirect evaluation, it is also possible to calculate **INVAL** as numbers instead of using value as amount considering the wage type configured correctly.

**For example** − You can configure INVAL for an employee to be eligible for 10 liters of petrol each month. This represents INVAL as number.

## Variants for Indirect Evaluation

There are quite a few types of variants for indirect evaluation, which are −

**Variant A**− This is used to calculate the wage type value as a fixed amount.**Variant B**− This is used to calculate the amount as percentage of the base wage type added to a fixed amount. In this, multiple amounts with same or different percentage of the base wage type, can be calculated for an INVAL wage type. In this case, the amount that will be Indirectly Evaluated will be the sum of all such calculated amounts added to a fixed amount.

**For example** − Wage type M230, consider the following different INVAL B amounts.

10% of MB10 30% of M220 Fixed amount of Rs.1000 So in this scenario, wage type M230 will have INVAL amount as sum of a, b and c.

**Variant C**− This is used to calculate the amount as a percentage of a base wage type subject to a maximum limit. More than one such amount, with same or different percentage of the base wage type, can be calculated for an INVAL wage type. In this case, the amount that will be Indirectly Evaluated will be the sum of all such calculated amounts, subject to a maximum limit.

**For example** − Wage type M230, consider the following different INVAL C amounts.

15% of MB10 20% of M220 Limit of Rs.4000 In this scenario, INVAL amount for the wage type M230 will be the sum of a, and b subject to a maximum of c.

**Variant D**− This is used to calculate the amount as one or any combination of the following INVAL Module variants based on Basic salary slabs.

This is used to calculate the fixed amount and the percentage of the basic slab. This is done by first calculating the percentage of a base wage type added to a fixed amount. And then secondly, the percentage of a base wage type which is subject to a maximum limit.