E1:07/77: Quantum for Payroll - Vertex Release 4.3.6
(Doc ID 2691247.1)
Last updated on JULY 15, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
What's New in Vertex Release 4.3.6?
State wages proration
State-level proration was adjusted to include supplemental wages in the calculation, based on your settings.
Supplemental values and work tax credits
Supplemental tax values are no longer returned when the current resident tax is reduced to zero by a work tax credit.
The VAL_FIL_STATS query now filters out duplicate filing statuses caused by supporting both pre-2020 and 2020 Federal Form W-4 filing statuses.
Washington State PFML changes
In Washington State, the calculation for Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFMLA) no longer separates the employee contribution into Family Leave and Medical Leave components. Also, you can now use the Self-Adjust method for PFMLA calculations. What these changes mean To use the self-adjust method, set pCalcMeth to Code 13. Refer to the Reference Manual for more information. To calculate the self-adjust tax, you can pass in gross wages, along with tax and gross amounts for the year-to-date.
Canadian employee CPP calculation
Canadian employee Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) contribution no longer calculates when there are no gross wages. This change is specific to customers using the previous tax IDs 34 and 36.
Vertex added the STATE.ALTERNATE_WAGE_BASE form to enable you to calculate State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) tax on a second, higher tier wage base than the standard. To use this form, pass it in on the appropriate tax handle. This form does not require a value. Currently, this form can be used for the following states:
- Rhode Island
Apply appropriate JD Edwards ESUs for your specific release to receive the STATE.ALTERNATE_WAGE_BASE for the SUI Tier wage base for the 3 states above.
31524607 (ACS/MDS customer only)
There are two options to set the Tier 2 wage base limit for Michigan, Nebraska, and Rhode Island.
1. You can set up the Tier 2 wage base at the company level for these states via the unemployment rate table (P079221)
2. You can also set up the tier 2 wage base at the employee level via Additional Tax Overrides(P0701732)
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