EAP: TIN Masking is reversed on the Corrections for the 1099 Misc Copy B's

(Doc ID 2349363.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 16, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When generating a Corrected 1099-MISC Copy B, the TIN is not displayed as expected.

For TIN Type = F (Federal Employer ID Number), the EIN should not be masked.

For TIN Type = S (Social Security Number), the SSN should always be masked when the "Mask Tin" box is selected on the Withhold 1099 Report Job Run Control ID.

Results are as follows:

On the 1099-MISC Copy B, for TIN Type = F:
The CORRECTED box is not checked, the EIN is fully displayed. (OK)
When the CORRECTED box is checked, the EIN is masked. (ISSUE)

On the 1099-MISC Copy B, for TIN Type = S:
The CORRECTED box is not checked, the TIN is masked. (OK)
When the CORRECTED box is checked, the TIN is fully displayed. (ISSUE)

STEPS
1.  Set up 2 Suppliers one with TIN Type = S and the other with TIN Type = F
2.  Create Vouchers for both Suppliers
3.  Pay both Vouchers
4.  Run Payment Posting
5.  Run Post Withholding
6.  Run 1099 Job with Mask TIN checked
7.  Run APX1099
TIN = S masked as expected but not TIN = F (OK)
8.  Run Withhold Sent
9.  Make corrections to both Suppliers Name and Address
10.  Run 1099 Job for the Corrections with Mask TIN checked
11.  Run APX1099
12.  On the 1099-MISC Copy B, for TIN = F, the CORRECTED box is checked and the EIN is masked.  The EIN is expected to be unmasked, same as the Original 1099-MISC Copy B.
13.  On the 1099-MISC Copy B, for TIN = S, the CORRECTED box is checked and the SSN is not masked.  The SSN is expected to be masked, same as the Original 1099-MISC Copy B since the Mask TIN was selected on the Run Control.

Changes

 

Cause

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