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Waivers Setup to Increase for Tax on Term Fees Do Not Post Correctly (Doc ID 2587134.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Financials - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : Campus solutions 9.2 version, Fee Calculation

Waivers setup to increase for tax will not consistently post to the student account  for the total of the charges and the related tax.On review of data the amount calculated for the waiver and inserted into the TUIT_CALC_TBL will not be the amount that is inserted into the  ITEM_SF table

The issue can be reproduced by the following steps:


1. Setup 2 term fees using the same item type.
  Mark the term fees to calc on class.
  Make each term fee  subject specific
       one term fee needs to be subfee specific for the ART classes.
       one term fee needs to be subfee specific for MATH classes.
  Use a GST goods and services taxable item type on the term fees. 

2. Create a waiver that is set to waive 100% of the fees and increase for tax.
  use 1 item type for the waiver and 1 item type for the waiver of tax.
  double check that the tax waiver item type is marked 'pay proportionate % of tax and
  that the charge priority does not allow it to pay the tax item type.
  The waiver should be waiving 100% of charges in the tuition item group

3. Attach the waiver at the waiver tab of the the tuition group.

4. Enroll the student in 2 art classes and calc tuition
  see 1 charge and 1 tax item created for each class and  1 waiver and 1 tax waiver created/posted and applied

5. Enroll the student in a MATH class and calc tuition
  

The problem will be apparent in the result:

  See 1 new charge and 1 new tax item created for the math class
  See waiver of charges increase for the new amount  and pay for the math class
  The waiver of tax does not adjust up for the additional tax on the cost of the math class
  Note the student now owes only TAX on the MATH class.

 
 
 
 

Cause

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