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WS: 07: MN Taxable Gross & Excludable Incorrect When MN Resident Working In MN & WI (Doc ID 2502070.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World U.S. Payroll Processing - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Employee who works in multi states such as MN/Minnesota/24 and WI/Wisconsin/50, the system appears to understate the employee taxable gross for tax area 24 for state income tax (tax type F). Employee master setup with tax area 24 in both resident and work states. Employee Res status = W.

For example, employee has timecards as follows:
8 hours in tax area 24 = 769.23
8 hours in tax area 50= 769.23
Employee has no pretax deductions

With the above scenario, the system calculates an understated taxable gross amount for excludable for MN/24 state income tax of 384.61, resulting in less tax deducted from the employee.  Don't know how the system calculates the amount of 384.61 as the employee has no pretax deductions.

Steps:

  1. Set up an employee with work and resident tax area of 24.
  2. Flag the Res status field with W (work).
  3. Create an interim with a time card that contains both tax areas 24 and 50.
  4. Review the taxable gross for MN/24.

Cause

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