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Adding Two Different Tax Reporting Units To One Employee (Doc ID 2389194.1)

Last updated on APRIL 20, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version 11.13.17.11.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal


For example, an employee have two work relationships, one assignment number is E001 , the other assignment number is E001-2. In the system, it is just set one PSU (Payroll Statutory Unit).

User wants to connect the E001 to TRU1, the other to TRU2. In each assignment, it has his own salary and other element detail. The user wants to calculate the tax of the two assignments separately.

 

Description of context - Good to know:
Use a tax reporting unit to group workers for the purpose of tax and social insurance reporting. A tax reporting unit is the Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) version of the legal reporting unit in Oracle Fusion Applications. To create a tax reporting unit (TRU), you use the Oracle Fusion Legal Entity Configurator to define a legal entity as a payroll statutory unit. When you identify a legal entity as a payroll statutory unit, the application transfers the legal reporting units that are associated with that legal entity to Oracle Fusion HCM as tax reporting units. You can then access the tax reporting unit using the Manage TRU - HCM Information task.

If you identify a legal entity as a legal employer only, and not as a payroll statutory unit, you must enter a parent payroll statutory unit. The resulting legal reporting units are transferred to Oracle Fusion HCM as tax reporting units, but as children of the parent payroll statutory unit that you entered, and not the legal entity that you identified as a legal employer.

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