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Fusion US Payroll: Garnishment Is Deducting More than the Protected Pay for Oregon State. (Doc ID 2637198.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2024

Applies to:

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


US - United States Legislation in SaaS environment.

Involuntary deduction Garnishment/Creditor Debt is deducted such that the Protected Pay Amount is not paid for an employee in one of the QuickPay runs.
This is for Oregon State.

Assuming that the employee is working for about 57 hours per period (Biweekly Payroll), below is how QuickPay results show:
Period Name         Net Payment   Earning          Employee Tax Deductions   Other Deductions
2 2020 Biweekly   509.00 USD    700.09 USD    97.99 USD                       93.10 USD
3 2020 Biweekly   509.00 USD    700.09 USD    98.00 USD                       93.09 USD
4 2020 Biweekly   394.14 USD    700.09 USD    97.99 USD                     207.96 USD
5 2020 Biweekly   509.00 USD    700.09 USD    98.00 USD                       93.09 USD

QuickPay for period "4 2020 Biweekly " should have resulted in correct Net Pay honoring Protected Pay Amount for the employee.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Log into Fusion Applications.
2. Define a Biweekly Paryoll.
3. fine involuntary deductions element (Creditor Debt), including eligibility with Secondary Classification Creditor Debt.
4. Define element costing information.
5. Create an involuntary card.
6. Create an involuntary deductions card component for Creditor Debt component.
7. Ensure that the Calculation Value Definition "Oregon Creditor Debt Bi-Weekly Exemption Amount" is set to 509.
8. Setup "Oregon Creditor Debt Protected Pay Amount" as 509 in "Enterable Calculation Values on Calculation Cards" section of the Calculation Component.
9. Run the QuickPay for the employee for different periods.


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