IE PAY: PAYE Unexpected Amount Calculated Lunar Payroll (Doc ID 2021424.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 10, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (Ireland) - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Ireland Pay

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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After running a Lunar Payroll with a offset of 6 days the period date generated is 1-Jan-2016 and beacouse then is public holiday in Ireland it is changed with 31-12-2015. Then after the payroll run is initiated the system is not calculating the tax on non-cumulative basis (week 1/month 1 basis)

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The taxes must be calculated corectly on a non-cumulative basis (week1/ mounth 1 basis) setting up 31-12-2015 as a period date.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Define a Lunar Payroll
(N) Payroll > Description
 
Data Offset:
Pay: 6
Direct Deposit: 3
Pay Advice: 6
Cutt Off: -3

2. Define a test employee
(N) People > Enter and Maintain
 
3. Define the assignment for the employee attach to Lunar Payroll
(B) Assignment
 
4. Enter Tax Information
(B) Tax Information
 
5. Define a earnings element using a pay value of 4000 and effective date 01-01-2015
(B) Element Entries
 
6. Run Payroll Run IE for the 2015 Periods and for period 1 2016
PAYE At Higher Rate: 382.40
PAYE At Standard Rate: 504.80

Summary 1: This works as expected sofar

7. Rollback the Payroll Run for Period 1 2016
8. Change the Pay Date in the Time Periods Definition to 31-12-2015
(N) Payroll > Description
Query Payroll Lunar Payroll
(B) Period Dates
Query for ‘1 2016%’
Change Pay Date to 31-12-2015
 
9. Start Payroll Run IE for period 1 2016
 
10. Check results on Statement of Earnings
(N) View > Assignment Process Results
Select 1 2016 Lunar Month
(B) SOE Report
 
Summary:
PAYE At Higher Rate: 15171.20
PAYE At Standard Rate:

Summary2: Values calculated seem to be incorrect, issue can be reproduced at will



Cause

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