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Periodic Tax File Taxable Income Does Not Match Subject Withholdable Balances (Doc ID 2299282.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Global Payroll

Periodic Tax File Taxable Income does not match Subject Withholdable balance for the employee if there are 0.00 SIT or FIT Withheld

If a colleague is exempt from FIT or SIT the Periodic tax file reports $0 taxable to the state and doesn't report the taxable Wages until the Quarterly file is processed.

Per the information from our payroll department:
A person elects to have no taxes withheld. Wages are still taxable. Wages should therefore still show in taxable column.

This is applicable to Federal Income Taxes and State Income Taxes. Colleague elected no tax withholding in Iowa, but wages are still 'taxable' and need to be reported to Iowa. ADP reads the 'taxable' column of periodic tax file for state income taxes.

With a 0 in the taxable column, ADP does not receive record of Iowa wages until quarterly file is processed.

The taxable wages ARE being accumulated, they are just not being reported on the Periodic Extract

Lives in IA and works in WI.
Exempt from IA state tax is set to Yes.
The Taxable Wages for IA are accumulated but are not included on the periodic file (Incorrect)
The Taxable Wages for IA are accumulated but and are included on the quarterly file (Correct)


Expect wages to show even though no taxes are withheld

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

This is the seeded Third-party Periodic Tax Filing Extract which is processed from Home > Payroll > Checklist > Submit a Process or Report > Run Third-party Periodic Tax Filing Extract.

The issue has the following business impact:

Wages are not being reported as required on a periodic basis


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