EAP: Withholding Calculated When The Voucher Amount < Min Basis (Doc ID 1921828.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The issue is that the payment selection criteria calculates the withholding if the total of the vouchers exceed the min basis amount. If the voucher total is less than min basis amount and is listed prior to a voucher where the totals add up to more than the min basis amount, then the voucher does not have withholding calculated. However, if a voucher that has less than the min basis amount is listed after a voucher that totals add up to more than the min basis amount, then the withholding is calculated. The issue happens when the user excludes all the vouchers except the one that has a total less than min basis amount.

If the user runs the payment creation process, the regular payment and the withholding payment is generated. The customer expects the following:

“to have the withholding recalculated when a voucher is excluded from pay cycle, and avoid having withholding in voucher that shouldn't have it.”

 

STEPS
1) Withhold Rule = IT01 (Formula 10% SUP 50%)

From Basis Amount = 0.00
To Basis Amount = 99,999,999,999,999,999,999.99
Percent Withheld = 10

2) Withholding Entity = IT

-Apply Withholding = Withhold at Payment
-Class ITA1 has Withhold Rule = IT01 (Formula 10% SUP 50%)
-Min Basis = 2000000

-Click on Misc Setup shows Withholding Options with the following boxes
checked on:
-Apply Net
-Apply Misc Chg
-Apply VAT
-Remit to vendor

3) Added 2 vouchers in BU = ITL01, Vendor ID = ITA0000080

3a) Voucher 1

-Invoice Lines: 700.00
-Entered VAT:   140.40
-Total:         840.00

3b) Voucher 2

-Invoice Lines: 500.00
-Entered VAT:   120.00
-Total:         620.00

4) Ran Pay Cycle

5) The vouchers are selected

6) On the Payment Details page, set Action field to Exclude voucher 1 and save the page

7) Run Pay Creation and Print Checks

8) Voucher 2 shows withholding amount calculated:

-Payment 1 = 558.00
-Payment 2 =  62.00

The system should not calculate the Withholding amount for Voucher 2, because the ´Min Basis´ on Withholding Entity is 2000000.00 and Total Voucher 2 = 620.00.
 

Solution

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