WS: 07: Benefit DBA Is Set Up As Tax Exempt (F1, F2, G1, G2, H2, and MR) But Tax Is Still Calculating For These Tax Types
(Doc ID 2730355.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2022
Applies to:JD Edwards World U.S. Payroll Processing - Version A9.4 and later
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DBA is set up as tax-exempt but tax is still calculating. For example, employee lives and works in tax area 380670872. A Benefit DBA, 4200, is set up with an effect on the check = 2 (add an amount to both gross and net) with the following tax types, G1, F1, F2 & MR entered into the tax-exempt window. When payroll is processed with just benefit wages from DBA 4200, these tax types G1, F1, F2, and MR calculate.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Add a few employees with various tax areas to get tax types G1, G2, H2, F1, F2, and MR to calculate. For example, use tax area 48 (G2/H2) for one employee, tax area 380670872 for another employee (F1, G1, F2, MR).
2. Create a benefit DBA with an effect on check as 2 with tax type G1, G2, F1, F2, H2, and MR entered into the tax exemption window.
3. Add DBA from step 2 to the Employee DBA Instructions.
4. Run the payroll with just wages from DBA from step 2.
5. Confirm all the above tax types are calculated.
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