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E1: 75A: Australia Superstream Extract Functionality Is Available (Doc ID 2004013.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Australia/New Zealand Payroll - Version 9.0 to 9.1 [Release 9.0 to 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Australia Payroll product is enhanced to support Australia SuperStream.  SuperStream is an Australian government reform aimed at improving the efficiency of the superannuation system.  The main purpose of SuperStream is to ensure employer contributions are paid in a consistent, timely and efficient manner to a member’s account. The change also removes many of the complexities employers currently face as a result of funds being able to set up different arrangements for accepting contributions. This new functionality provides a data and payment standard used to report Superannuation contributions electronically.

Customers can generate the proper Superannuation data in an XML format.  It is the customer’s responsibility to provide this data to a clearing house for conversation to XBRL and submission to the proper government agency. 

Information Required for SuperStream:

What’s New?:

Superannuation XML Extract Report (R75A0350) – A BI Publisher enabled report that generates the data file that is a comma separated value file, in the Alternate File Format specified by the Australian Tax Office (ATO).

Output created is .txt.  The file extension will need to be renamed to .csv prior to submitting to your clearing house.

DBA Transaction with Fund Information for Pre-Payroll Report (R75A0745) – used to review the superannuation information for your employees.  Run after pre-payroll and before final update.

Modifications:

Fund Master, P07845

The Fund Master application has four new fields:

Field Description
Unique Superannuation Identifier Specifies the end point of the information being sent about a contribution.
Payment Method Code Defined by the ATO.  Resides in UDC 75A/PM.  Used to specify the method for payment.
Customer Reference Number Identifies the party making a payment
BPAY Biller Code Identifies the biller organization.  Required only when payment method BPAY is used.

Electronic Service Address (ESA) – Links the electronic service address of the Fund to the address book number of the Provider/Trustee.

Address Book Revisions, P01012 – Access the Email/Internet option from Who’s Who

Organisational Name Text - This is the organisational name of the fund and is linked to the Provider/Trustee via UDC 75A/PA

The Australian Business Number (ABN) of the Fund will be linked to the Address Book Number of the Provider/Trustee using the new UDC 75A/PA. The Address Book Number of the Provider/Trustee will need to be entered in the Codes field, and the Australia Business Number will be entered in the Description 01 field in the UDC. Note that the Address Book Numbers would vary by customer and hence this UDC will be shipped without any codes in the ESU.

Due to the address book numbers of the provider being customer specific, the UDC will be blank until the user adds values.

 UDC Tables:


75A/PM – Payment Method Code – used to determine the method of payment as defined by Australia Tax Office (ATO)

 

Code

Description
01

Special Handling Hard Coded
1 DirectCredit   Y
2 BPAY   Y
3 DirectDebit   Y

 01/CF - Electronic Mail Classification

Code Description 01 Special Handling Hard Coded
SS1 AU SMSF N Y

75A/PA - Payee AU Business Number - used to determine the payee on the Superannuation XML Extract Report, R75A0350

Code Description 01 Special Handling Hard Coded
Payee Address Book Number Payee Description = ABN    

07/FD - Fund Allocation DBAs - used to automatically create superannuation payments during the payroll process.  Deductions, benefits and accruals (DBAs) that calculate superannuation benefits and deductions defined in this UDC table.  There are 8 contribution types.

 

Code Description 01 Special Handling Hard Coded
DBA Code   Type of Contribution (see below)  

 

Type of Contribution
(to be placed in special handling field of UDC 07/FD for the associated superannuation DBA code)

Description
Guarantee Superannuation Guarantee Amount
Personal Personal Contributions Amount
Award Award or Productivity Amount
Salary Sac Salary Sacrifice Amount
Voluntary Voluntary Amount
Spouse Spouse Contributions Amount
Child Child Contributions Amount
Other Other Third Party Contributions Amount

  

DBA codes vary by customer, hence this UDC will need to be populated after the ESU is applied.


Superannuation DBAs

The AU SuperStream functionality utilizes your existing superannuation DBAs that are set up in P059116.

R07845 – DBA Transaction with Fund Information – used to review the superannuation history for employees.  This report is run after your payroll has been finalized.  The report lists the fund allocation details that are associated with the superannuation benefit and deduction amount for each employee.

To receive the new functionality, apply the ESU for the release and bug listed.

 

Release Bug
9.0 20033502
9.1 20033516

  

Ensure that post-install instructions are complete after applying the ESU.

Access the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Australia Superstream Transfer of Information (TOI), for full instruction on the Australia Superstream process. 

 

 

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