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EAP WTHD: IRS Tax File not created when Control ID SetID is different than the Supplier SetID (Doc ID 2433143.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 08, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

1099 Report (AP_APY1099) does not create an IRS Tax File when IRS File Generate Option = “Include Non Employee Compenstation” if the SetID for the Report Control Information does not match the SetID of the Suppliers.  

However, if IRS File Generate Option = “All”, the IRS Tax File is created.

STEPS
1.  On the Report Control Information page, Control ID is created for a SetID that is different than the SetID for the Suppliers
2.  Withholding Adjustment created for 1st Supplier for Class = 01 with a Declaration Date in 2017
3.  Withholding Adjustment created for 2nd Supplier for Class = 07 with a Declaration Date in 2017
4.  Withhold 1099 Report Job Run Control ID is populated with Control ID from Step 1
5.  IRS File Generate Option = All
6.  RPT_1099 Job is run
7.  Through SQL, verified that the WTHD_1099_COPYB table is populated with the Suppliers from Step 2 and 3
8.  In the Process Monitor, the File List for 1099 Report (AP_APY1099) shows that the IRS Tax File is created
9.  Review of the IRS Tax File shows that Suppliers from Step 2 and 3 exists in the file
10.  On the Withhold 1099 Report Job Run Control ID, change the IRS File Generate Option to 'Include Non Employee Compensation'
11. RPT_1099 Job is run
12.  Through SQL, verified that the WTHD_1099_COPYB table is populated with the Suppliers from Step 2 and 3
13.  In the Process Monitor, the File List for 1099 Report (AP_APY1099) does not show that an IRS Tax File was created

Changes

 

Cause

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