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Incorrect PAYE Calculated On Supplemental Pay Run (Doc ID 2370399.1)

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, UK - United Kingdom Legislation

If an employee has left during the pay period and a supplementary payroll run is processed for the same period, the regular run and supplementary run are calculating PAYE differently on both runs.

For example, the screen shots attached show the following scenario:

Pay cycle dates 18th Feb 2018 - 17th Mar 2018
Employee leave date - 13th Mar 2018
Tax Code 986L Wk1

Regular run - calculates PAYE correctly based on 986L wk1 tax code. This same value is displayed on the FPS output that is transferred to the HMRC.

Supplemental Run - Calculates PAYE on a 0T basis Wk1 as it is referring to the leaver details. Although the 986L Wk 1 is displayed on the SOE for the supplemental run, the FPS output shows 0T Wk1.

This is causing an incorrect calculation in PAYE for the sup run, in this instance, the employee should be taxed at 40% however, it is calculating at 20% due to the change in tax code.

To have the PAYE correctly on Supplemental Run.


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