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

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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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)
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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 .

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

STEPS
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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.

Changes

 

Cause

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