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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 JANUARY 24, 2022

Applies to:

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


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

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.


 After Bug 32219053 is installed


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