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E1: 07S: P07200/P07210I SUI Should Not Calculate The Full Amount If Previous State Reached Its Limit (Doc ID 2984447.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Typically unemployment will not calculate the full amount if a previous state has reached its limit.
The EE was in CA until April and then transferred to company WA in May.
Tax Type H for CA (05) calculated up to the 7,000 limit of 65,400 Gross Pay.
Tax Type H for WA (48) Calculated up to 67,600 limit of 68,000 Gross Pay.
The system is ignoring the CA SUI wages of $7000

Steps to duplicate:
1. P07210 Run payroll to generate tax history for an employee from January to April in one company with P0801US tax area (Residence) and (Work) = 05 up to 65,400 Gross Pay.
2. P070920 Notice the tax Type H only calculates for the first 7,000 limit.
3. P0801 Change the employee to a different company with P0801US tax area (Residence) and (Work) = 48 up to 70,000 Gross Pay.
4. P07210 Run payroll to generate tax history for the employee starting in May
5. P070920 Notice the tax Type H calculates up to 67,600 limit.
6. The system is ignoring the CA SUI wages of $7000

Changes

 

Cause

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