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UK Legislation - How Do We Override The Payment Date On The FPS? There Is No Parameter For This (Doc ID 2251027.1)

Last updated on MAY 14, 2020

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Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version and later
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How do we override the Payment Date that is reported on the FPS file?

1. This defaults from the Payroll period dates defined but if we make a second payment in the same month (eg a supplementary) the payment date would be made later. We can change the date on the BACS but can't see any way to do this on the FPS. When we run the FPS for the supplementary payment the original payment date would be reported and HMRC will think we have reported late and fine us. Is there a way to override the date reported? (We can't change the date defined on the Payroll periods because this is the correct date for the first payrun. We are expecting to need to submit additional FPS files in March as this is the last month of the tax year so the data needs to be correct.


2. In the following scenario, how should we proceed ?
Planning to run separate PrePayments if we need to run a Supplementary run in March 2017. We would run a separate FPS for each but as both Runs would default the Payment Date from the Payroll Definition they will be the same date when in practice this would be the Payment Date of the Main run but the Supplementary would be later. We would then be liable for fines from HMRC for the Supplementary run as it would look like these were late reporting when they are not.
If the functionality exists to run a supplementary then there needs to be a way to report two different payment dates. If there is no way to do this I think we will need to raise an Enhancement Request


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