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US Localization - How To Generate Costing Of State Income Tax Element Based On Employee Tax State ? (Doc ID 2660443.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2023

Applies to:

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


User is looking for a solution based on below scenario:
The user wants to Group Costing of State income tax based on the Employee Tax state.
If enabling one segment(State) of Cost Allocation keyflexfield at element link level but there user can store only one cost account so after payroll run, all costing of State income tax element will hit that account and the user has different accounts for different states,

that's why user want to populate the value of the Employee tax state in that segment during the payroll run.
Is it possible ? If yes, How can this be achieved ?

We have a different cost centres for each state. Like For example:
For California, Cost Account is 001
For Colorado, Cost Account is 002

We have 2 employees working in these state and both employees have Residence State Income Tax element attached to them.
Residence State Income Tax element has one eligibility with Cost Account 001

Now when we process payroll, Costing of Residence State Income Tax element for both employee will hit in Account 001 because of the account we have provided at element eligibility.
Here user requirement is, to split the this costing into two different account. One employee costing should hit the account 001 and second employee costing should hit 002 Account.

We are not using distributed costing. We have only Costed Type Costing.
The user doesn't distribute the costing so basically SIT element will hit the Account that we have entered in Element eligibility. The basic question asked is how to define different accounts for every state.


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