WS: 07: State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) Tax History, F06136, is Incorrect When Employee Works in Multiple States
(Doc ID 2602426.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards World U.S. Payroll Processing - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Employee lives and works in Texas (tax area 44) and meets the SUI limit for the year. The employee then moves to Florida (tax area 10). The annual SUI limit in Florida is less than the SUI limit in Texas. When the Source of SUI is W (work), Taxable Wages and Tax are calculated for Florida, tax type H for SUI. When the Source of SUI is R (residence), nothing is updated to Taxable, In Excess or Tax for 10/H. Since the annual limit was already met in Texas, Taxable and In Excess should be updated with no tax amount calculated.
1. Create a new employee in P0801 Employee Master, with work and resident tax area set to 44 (Texas).
2. Verify Unemployment table, P069221, is set up by home company for tax areas 44, Texas and 10, Florida.
3. Enter a timecard for the new employee in P061121, Time Entry, with enough pay to exceed the annual limit for Texas SUI earnings. Process payroll for this employee from G0713/2, P06210,
4. Update employee master, P0801, with work and resident tax area 10 (Florida), Source of SUI=W.
5. Process another payroll, P06210, for the employee and verify history is updated.
6. Update employee master with Source of SUI=R.
7. Process a third payroll, P06210, for the employee and verify history is updated.
To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.
Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started!
In this Document