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EAP WTHD16: IRS Tax file, B Record amount does not match C Record amount for Class 14 (Gross Attorney Proceeds) (Doc ID 2229296.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


For a 1099 Vendor/Supplier having multiple Locations, the B Record amount does not match the C Record amount in the IRS Tax file for Class 14 (Gross Attorney Proceeds)

1.  Setup a 1099 Vendor/Supplier with multiple Locations for Class 14

Vendor ID = USA1099002
Both Location 1 and 2 have the same Address Seq and TIN
Location 1 -- Withholding Class = 14
Location 2 -- Withholding Class = 14,  Date of Birth = 01/01/1970, Certificate Expiration = 01/01/2018

2.  Enter manual Withholding Adjustment as follows:

Vendor ID = USA1099002
Location 1  -- Withholding Class = 14, Amount = 4000.00
Location 1  -- Withholding Class = 14, Amount = 40804.19

3.  Run 1099 Report Post (1099_RPT_PST), checking the box for 'Include Manual Overrides"

4.  Run 1099 Report

Type of File/Return = Test
IRS File Generate Option = All

5.  Review the IRS Tax file generated

6.  For Vendor/Supplier = USA1099002

The B Record Amount shows 40804.19
The C Record Amount shows 44804.19




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