EAP Brazil Localization: Paying Second Schedule Payment When First Schedule Payment Has Withholding Results In An Unbalanced Voucher
(Doc ID 2579940.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables Brazil - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
A Voucher has two Scheduled Payments and Withholding is setup for the first Payment. When the second Scheduled Payment is paid first, the Voucher Related Documents tab shows the Voucher is no longer in balance.
1. Withholding Entity RF-S
a. Additional Info tab > Min Withhold 10.00 > Appl. 1st Pmnt box grayed out > Payment Terms ID IRPF
b. Additional Info Brazilian Wthd tab > Accounting = Payment-Payment Date > Ded Basis Amt 189.59 > Ded by Depends box checked > %Wthd Basis 100.00
2. Withholding Entity ISSSP
a. Additional Info tab > Appl. 1st Pmnt box checked > Payment Terms ID ISSSP >
b. Additional Info Brazilian Wthd tab > Accounting = Provision-Accounting Date > %Wthd Basis 100.00
3. Vendor BRAP1310 Withholding Vendor Information
a. Entities ISSSE and RF-S
b. Both Entities for Class 01
c. Default Jurisdiction box checked for both Entities
4. Add Voucher > BU BGAP1 > Vendor BRAP1310 > Payments tab add 2 Scheduled Payments
a. 08/23/2-19 = 5000
b. 08/25/2019 = 5000
5. Save Voucher > after Voucher Save there are 5 Scheduled Payments > Gross Amounts change for Schedule 1 and 2
a. 8-23-2019 = 3600.22
b. 8-26-2019 = 4100.22
c. 8-7-2019 = 500
d. 8-28-2019 = 899.78
e. 9-4-2019 = 899.78
6. Voucher Related Documents tab > Gross Payment Amount for all 5 Scheduled Payments = 10000.00
7. Payment Selection Criteria > Process Payment Selection > 4 Selected > click Details link > Select only 2nd Scheduled Payment for Voucher BWT1 > Hold all others > Hold Reason = WTH > Save > click Pay Cycle Manager link
8. Pay Cycle Manger Process Payment Creation > Process Print Checks > Pay Cycle Manager Status Complete
9. Voucher Related Documents > Gross Payment Amount for all 5 Scheduled Payments no longer = 10000.00
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