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E1: 07: R07231 Print Checks Not Producing Pay Stub for Minnesota Zero Net Pay Interims (Doc ID 2682907.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Zero Payment not producing Pay Stub R07232. Effective 07/01/2019, Minnesota requires employees be provided with a Statement of Earnings to include Company Phone Number and Pay Class as previously reported. If a zero net payment is created on an employee with AutoDeposit Instructions, nothing is produced on the R07232 but the R07233 is triggered and a Pay Stub is produced. This Pay Stub though is missing the legal requirements for Company Phone Number and Pay Class.

If you created this same scenario for an employee that does not have AutoDeposit instructions (so they are paid by check only), nothing is produced on the R07231 AND R07232 also does not produce any output. This does not meet Minnesota Law of providing an Earnings Statement. In addition, both R07232 and R07234 must contain the Company Phone Number and Pay Class per Minnesota Law. This scenario occurs quite often when Leave is paid out OR upon employee terminations when Leave is deposited into HCSP Accounts. All situations require an Earnings Statement.

Steps
1. Setup employee to be paid by Check.
2. Create an interim payment for Pay Type 1 Regular Pay for Lump Sum 100.00
3. Turn off DBAs and enter an OTO to any Section 125 DBA and calculate.
4. Print Payments using XJDE0001 for all versions and select Checks and AutoDeposits. Notice how R07231, R07232, and R07233 are all blank. No Statement of Earnings is produced.


Cause

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