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HK: Period Dates of 'Salary/Wages' Component In IR56B PDF Output Does Not Show Hire Date Or Element Entry Start Date (Doc ID 2877960.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (Hong Kong) - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.4 version, Hong Kong Payroll

The PDF output of 'IR56B Annual Employers Return Hong Kong (Full)' does not show the expected Hire Date Or Element Entry Start Date as Period From Date.

The report should show the Period From Date accordingly.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login to HK HRMS/ Payroll Manager responsibility
2. Navigate to View > Requests > Submit New Request
3. Run 'IR56B Annual Employer's Return Archive' for 2022
4. Run 'IR56B Annual Employer's Return Hong Kong (Full)' with the archive id of the above program
5. Check the output

Hire Date = 17-Dec-2021
Element Name: Salary

Entered via Salary Proposal effective from 17-Dec-2021 and update done effective from 01-Jan-2022

17-Dec-2021 to 31-Dec-2021
01-Jan-2022 to 31-Dec-4712

Payroll Runs:

Period: 9 2021 Calendar Month
01-Dec-2021 to 31-Dec-2021
Effective Date = 07-Jan-2022 --> Please note the date

Period: 10 2022 Calendar Month
01-Jan-2022 to 31-Jan-2022

Period: 11 2021 Calendar Month
01-Feb-2022 to 28-Feb-2022

Period: 12 2021 Calendar Month
01-Mar-2022 to 31-Mar-2022

IR56B Output:
Salary / Wages 20220101 - 20220331

Please note the effective date of Dec-2021 period payroll run is in Jan-2022 (07-Jan-2022). Except 9 2021 period, the effective date of all other periods fall in the same period.

The PDF output of 'IR56B Annual Employers Return Hong Kong (Full)' shows Period From Date as 01-Jan-2022 instead of the expected Hire Date.



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