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E1: 07Y/77Y: Pennsylvania (PA) Act 32 Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 1518817.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version XE and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Below are frequently asked questions regarding PA Act 32 and Year-End Processing.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Question 1:  Why are the PA local taxes not populated on the W2 form?
 Question 2:  The F06136B and F06166B are not in my environment, why?
 Question 3:  Why are Local Wages and Taxes incorrect on the employees' W2?
 Question 4: The two digit PSD code is not appearing in Box 20 of the W2, why?
 Question 5: Why are the F06136B DESC02, INT01, and SCDC not populated?
 Question 6: Does E1 provide a Pennsylvania Local Magnetic Media file?
 Question 7: How often can the F0701730 be run to accommodate PA PSD Codes?
 Question 8: Is there any specific information available on the new fields and data that is written to the F06166B & F06136B tables?
 Question 9: Will any new Tax Types be used for the F06166B & F06136B tables for the Earned Income Tax for PA 32? 
 Question 10: Will the Residence PSD Data be stored in the same record as the Work PSD Data or will they be separate records identified by the Tax Override Flag of 'R' or 'W'? We do not have any values in the data dictionary glossary for the alias TXOF.
 Question 11: What is the R078401PA?
 Question 12: Why are there none PA Tax Records in the F06166B?
 Question 13: How is the Pennsylvania Account Number populated on the Pennsylvania State EFW2 in position 505-512 of the RE record?
 Question 14: Can data be reposted to the F06136B and F06166B?
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