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E1: 07/77/75A/75Z: Wage Attachments Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 652864.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2023

Applies to:

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


This document addresses various questions related to Wage Attachments. 


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In this Document
 Question 1:  Do wage attachments allow flat dollar credits?
 Question 2:  When using a table method of NOTBL, what methods of calculation are valid when adding the wage attachment via the Wage Attachment Workbench? 
 Question 3:  Why is a new DBA instruction being created when updating a Wage Attachment?
 Question 1:  When an employee has multiple wage attachments with fees (some of the fees are added to the Employee DBA instructions), why does the wage attachment deduction print on the payroll register and some of the fees print separate lines that only reflect the current amount as the year to date?
 Question 2:  When should the Multiple Child Support form be used verses setting up a Multiple Wage Attachment rule?
 Question 3:  When Wage Attachment records are created within P07107 why is the resulting F06106 (Employee DBA Instructions) record written with an override Rate Control (DEFR) value of '1'?
 Question 4: For a wage attachment, the system stores the wage attachment case number and employee name in the voucher. Is there a way to not have this information print on the voucher? Can we make the remark blank on the voucher?
 Question 5: Is there a way to enter negative garnishment in payroll or best practice as the initial payment check was lost and those funds need to be re-issued to the employee. Do you have to return the funds directly through AP entry or is there another way?

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