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Argentina Localizations: Incorrect Withholding Tax Amount Getting Calculated When Multiple Invoices Are Paid (Doc ID 2760300.1)

Last updated on JULY 28, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for the Americas - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Incorrect withholding tax calculation for Argentina when multiple invoices are paid. In the scenario when invoice is paid alone , then amount is coming as expected.
But when it is paid along with credit memo, the withholding tax is calculated with incorrect decimal value.

Steps for replication ( with an example)

Scenario 1 : Raise a payables invoice with relevant Argentina withholding taxes .

When Paid Alone

Invoice Details:-
Item Amount 112984, Withholding to be applied as per setup
1. Tax A 4.5% - 5084.28 (As expected)
2. Tax B 1.25% - 1412.3 (As expected)
3. Tax C 0.05% - 56.49 (As expected)

Scenario 2 : When Paid with Credit Memo

Credit Memo Details:-
Item Amount: -85215

Invoice Details:-
Item Amount 112984, Withholding to be applied as per setup

1. Tax A - 5,084.30 (Decimal Variation)
2. Tax B - 1,412.29 (Decimal Variation)
3. Tax C - 56.47 (Decimal Variation)

Ideally there should not be any difference .

Expect to have correct withholding tax amounts in case of invoice paid with a credit memo.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login to Argentina localization responsibility
2. Go to View > Requests > Submit a New Request
3. Run 'Argentina Withholding Tax ' report.
4. Notice that tax amount is incorrect for all invoices paid with credit memo.




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