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E1: 07S: New York State Unemployment Insurance Report, R078333, is not Following the Latest State Filing Specifications (Doc ID 2927934.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023

Applies to:

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


NY (New York) SUI (State Unemployment Insurance) Report (R078333) & NY Mag Media (R89078333) Are Pulling Wrong SUI Gross/Taxable Wages.
R078333 New York SUI is printing the State Taxable as Gross Pay + Excludable.
For R078333 & R89078333, P.O. (processing option) #3,  Gross Wages Calculation, can be set to tell the system to calculate ‘Gross Wages less Excludable’.
The result is the same value with this PO set to 1 or Blank.    
Also, the F078333 file generated by the R89078333 is not following the latest file specifications. The RA record is missing the Company Address.

Steps to duplicate:
1. From P0801, Employee Entry, add a new employee with Nat'l Fiscal settings Tax Area Residence and Tax Area Work = 33 and Work Tax Area Source = E.
2. Enter timecards in Time Entry, P051121, with timecards for Tax Area 33 and 34 to generate multi-state history for tax types F and H in Jan and Feb 2023.
3. Run Payroll, P07210, to process the timecards.
4. Run the SUI process and submit R07810, Weeks Worked report, for Year 23, 1st Quarter.
5. Next run the R078300, SUI report, for Year 23, 1st Quarter.
6. Last step, run the R078333 and R89078333, leave processing option #3 – ‘Gross Wages Calculation’ blank.
7. Review the R078300, and notice the State Taxable shows as Gross Pay + Excludable.
8. Change the R078333 and R89078333, P.O. #3 – ‘Gross Wages Calculation’ to 1, run the R078333 and R89078333 again. Note the R078300 shows the same value, Gross Pay + Excludable.
9. From the export folder, open the F078333 file and note the RA record is missing, the Company Address as listed in the latest specs and the RS record is also printing the State Taxable as the R078333 PDF.


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