E1:76P: Law N ° 30823 - Withholding Process on Non Domiciled (External) Vouchers
(Doc ID 2511716.1)
Last updated on JULY 21, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version 9.2 and later
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Law N ° 30823, Law that delegates to the Executive Power the power to legislate in matters of economic management and competitiveness, integrity and fight against corruption, prevention and protection of people in situations of violence and vulnerability and modernization of the management of the State, the Congress of the Republic has delegated in the Executive Power, for the term of sixty (60) calendar days;
That, in that sense, subparagraph a) of numeral 1 of article 2 of said legal provision establishes that the Executive Power is empowered to legislate in tax and financial matters in order to modify the Income Tax Law with respect to the rules of transfer prices, obligation to pay the amount equivalent to withholding in transactions with non-domiciled individuals and deduction of business expenses in order that these are not used unduly to generate tax shields.
We currently have the withholding process for domiciled on local vouchers inside payment process (i.e R04570, R76P4030)
Enhance the current solution for local vouchers to also support the new requirement for external.
Differences that have been identified between internal and external vouchers:
- Different document type
- Different Percentage of calculation
- Different Ledger account
- Way to calculation:
* Domiciled Withholding: Multiple voucher can have one withholding calculated at the same payment for same supplier.
* Non Domiciled Witholding: JUST one voucher can have one withholding calculated at the same payment for same supplier.
This is noted in:
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