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E1: 07: West Virginia and North Carolina State Taxes Are Incorrect When An Employee Is Paid Low Hours In Interims (P070701) and Payroll (R07200) (Doc ID 2772796.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 29, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When an employee lives in West Virginia (WV) and works in North Carolina (NC) the state taxes are incorrect.  If the employee is paid 10 hours WV is calculating State F Taxes when it should not be and NC is not calculating when it should. 

If you increase the hours to 40, NC calculates State F and WV does not calculate state tax as expected.

Steps To Duplicate:
1. Create an hourly weekly employee (P0801) who lives in WV and Works in NC
2. Create an Interim (P070701) for 10 hours of time. Review the tax detail. Notice WV(49) is calculating and NC(34) is not.
3. Cancel out of the interim.
4. Create an interim for 40 hours, notice that NC(34) calculates state tax and WV(49) does not. This is how it should behave regardless of hours worked.

Changes

n/a 

Cause

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