Course Fee Tax Waiver Applies Differently Than Term Fee Tax Waiver (Doc ID 2197603.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 26, 2016

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On Campus Solutions 9.0, there is an issue with a waiver configured to also pay an associated tax charge. When the waiver is awarded to student after student made the payment , waiver for tax is applying to the original charge, not to the  Tax charge.  A charge incurred by a term fee with a tax charge in the same situation will see the waiver for the term fee charge and tax charge apply to the respective charges.


ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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The waiver amount for the course fee and tax is calculated correctly but applies only to the course fee charge.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The waiver credit for the tax should apply to the tax charge.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enroll a student in a class to which a course fee applies. The course fee
item type must have a Tax Code assigned to it;
2. Navigate to Student Financials, Tuition and Fees, Tuition Calculation;
3. Select the emplid and calculate the student's fees;
4. Navigate to Student Financials, Charges and Payments, Post Student
Transaction;
5. Post a payment for an amount to cover the full amount of the course fee
and tax charge;
6. Enable the necessary conditions for the student to be eligible for a
waiver on the course fee;
7. Navigate to Student Financials, Tuition and Fees, Tuition Calculation;
8. Select the empild;
9. Click the Calculate Tuition and Fees button.

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Cause

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