E1: 76M: Withholding Certificate Shows Transaction Amount In Foreign Currency And Other Issues With Mexican Localization (N76M431, N76M437, N76M443, R76M422, R76M573)
Last updated on AUGUST 22, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version 9.0 to 9.2 [Release 9.0 to 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Several issues have been reported with Mexican localization for the Withholding Certificate:
1) The withholding certificate should print the amount on which the withholding is based, in the field 'Monto de la Operacion O Actividad Gravada'. This is either the Gross Amount or Taxable Amount, per the setup in the P76M0003.
2) With the Mexican localization activated, when a payment group in foreign currency is updated using Work with Payment Groups (P04571), the Update calls Print Withholding Certificate (R76M422) and generates a ‘Constancia de Pagos y Retenciones’ (Withholding Certificate).
The certificate is showing the foreign amount of the transaction and the withholding amount in domestic currency (MXP).
3) An incorrect withholding amount is calculated when paid in foreign currency.
4) Void Payments (P0413V) uses today's date instead of the Void G/L Date (VDGJ) when reversing mexican withholding. The void of the payment is posting correctly, but the withholding post results in error. The batch is out of balance by the G/L date.
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