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WS: 07: W2 Not Reporting State Wage Information If There Isn't a State Income Record (Doc ID 2638404.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards World U.S. Payroll Processing - Version A9.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Employee works in NJ and lives in PA and has a blank Res Status. When payroll is processed, state income tax calculates for the resident state PA but there is no state income tax for NJ.  When the W2 is created, PA state income tax is reported but no NJ information is reported and NJ UI and SDI need to be reported since they were withheld.

If the resident state is changed on the Employee Master to NJ and the W2 is created, only one W2 is created but indicates Federal wages are reported on another W2.

If a 31/F record is manually created in history for any information then two W2s are correctly created with appropriate information for Federal, NJ and PA.

Steps
1. Create a new employee with res tax area 39 and work tax area 31.
2. Process payroll for employee creating history.
3. Create W2 and verify information reported. No NJ tax information reported as it needs to be.

Cause

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