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GPES: V03/V90 Cannot Be Used When L13 Was Not Reported Previously (Doc ID 2499511.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Spain - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Legislative

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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In the case of vacation quotation settlements that are generated the first time from a retroactive calculation, the type of settlement that must be generated for them is not V90 / V03 but L13.
We have consulted this treatment with Social Security and the first time that an L13 is sent, even if it is calculated in a retroactive manner, it must have the type of settlement L13. After installing the Tax Update that contains this change, we have verified that these cases are generated as V90 instead of L13.

We can't use V03/V90 when the vacations didn't exist in the past. Looking the documentation provided by Social Security we find for both V03 and V90:

 “Periodos ya existentes en Afiliación, en el Fichero de Situaciones Adicionales de Alta (SAA) con la clave ¿001 - Vacaciones retribuidas y no disfrutadas¿, que resulten afectados por incremento de los salarios que se tuvieron en cuenta para el cálculo de la correspondiente liquidación L13.

No se trata, por tanto, de SAA de nueva grabación, sino de complementar periodos ya liquidados con anterioridad.”


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1- Close the August payroll.
2- Inform an employee of a leave in the month of August that generates vacation settlement.
3- Report an August retro to this employee
4- calculate the September payroll, processing retro, and see that for this employee VAC NDSFRTDS (vacations not enjoyed) are calculated in August.
5- Verify from Cret @ individual data, that the quote for these vacations not taken has been generated as a type of Retro settlement with vacation surcharge (V90) when it should have been a vacation quote (L13)

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Cause

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