E1: 07: When DBA In A Group Has A Lower Limit Than The Group Limit And That DBA's Limit Has Been Exceeded, Do not Calculate In The Negative
(Doc ID 2205995.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne HCM Foundation - Version 9.0 and later
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Advanced DBA Information / P059117
Enhancement to add an option that would tell the system that if a DBA in a group has a lower limit than the group limit and that DBA limit has been exceeded, stop the DBA from calculating instead of calculating in the negative.
Example: When an employee who is enrolled in a Family HSA DBA with a $2,000 group limit and they have reached that limit and then they switch to a Single HSA plan who's limit is $1,000; both DBAs are in the same group, the system is calculating the Single HSA in the negative ($-1000.00) to bring it back to the $1,000 limit.
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