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WS: 07: Interim Check Entry, P060531, Shows an Inflated Taxable Gross for Multiple State Tax Types When Accruals are Included on the Interim Check (Doc ID 2887899.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2023

Applies to:

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


When an interim check is entered, and there are accruals calculated on the check, state tax types, G1, G2, H2, F1, F2, F3, K1, K2, KE and KR show an inflated taxable gross amount = to the amount of the accruals.  For example, if the gross pay is 1000.00 and the accrual amount is 100.00, the taxable gross for tax type G1 (and any other applicable tax types for the employee) will show a taxable gross of 1100.00.  1000.00 + 100.00 (accruals).


  1. From menu G0711, option 2, Employee Entry, set up an employee with work and residence tax areas = to a state that would calculate one of the above taxes.  For example, tax area 38 (Oregon).
  2. On Employee DBA Instructions, P060181, add an accrual dba (deduction, benefit, accrual) for the employee.
  3. On menu G0721, choose option 2, Interim Check Entry.
  4. Create an interim check for this employee.
  5. Review the interim check information on Interim Check Inquiry, P060521.
  6. Check the amount of the accrual under the Deduction/Benefit Detail (use F15 to toggle between DBA detail and tax detail).
  7. Back on Tax Detail, note the Taxable Gross for tax area 38, tax type F1, G1, G2, etc. is inflated by the accrual amount.





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