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E1: 07: After Bug 32219053 Applied, Guam Withholding Is Understated For Marital Status A, J and H (Doc ID 2789014.1)

Last updated on JULY 27, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Bug 32219053 applied and Guam withholding incorrect when using the Federal Marital Status for the 2020 and newer W-4

Applied the bug 32219053 and now the W-4 Total Claims Dependent fields are recognized. However, the system is calculated the Guam state income (66/F) tax too low.
For example, employee A has taxable wages of 1282.40. Federal filing status is J. 66/F returned as 147,27 (PY environment where the bug above is installed). Expected 66/F to be 183.66 (PROD where bug above is not installed). Another example is employee B has wages of 948.00, Federal marital status is A with $40 additional. 66/F returned as 58.62. expected to be 88.39

STEPS
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1. Install bug 32219053. Set up 2 employees that work and live in Guam tax area 66
2. set up the Federal marital status for one employee to be A and the other to be J.
3. Create an interim check for each employee. Make note of the 66/F tax amount.
4. Go out to the IRS website or any other third-party calculator such as paycheck city. Insert the same taxable gross and marital status and press calculated. Compare the 66/F calculate here to the result you get from E1. Noticed the result in E1 is understated by a lot.
Note: although this customer does not have anyone using the marital status of H. However, this is one of the new statuses for the 2020 W-4, it might behave the same way as state above for A and J, so be sure the solution fix all new marital status and not just A and J.

Changes

 After Bug 32219053 is installed

Cause

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