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EAP: Withholding Paid Amount is Reported Incorrectly in Withhold Transaction Table - WTHD_TRXN_TBL (Doc ID 2632037.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Withholding paid amount is getting reported reported incorrectly in Withhold Transaction Table - WTHD_TRXN_TBL

STEPS

1.   Create new Withhold Type
2.   Create new Withhold Jurisdiction
3.   Create new Withhold Rule
4.   Create new Supplier Category
5.   Create new Withhold Entity
6.   Define Withhold Supplier Information ¿ Main Information
      - Note that there are two Withhold Entities: FTB and IRS
7.   Define Additional ID Numbers for the supplier
      - Type = SSN, ID Number = Enter SSN Number here
8.   Save the Supplier
9.   Define Business Unit Category
10.  Define Procurement Control
       - Add the new created Withhold Entity
11.  Create Voucher
12.  Voucher Post
       - Two payment entries were created as expected
       - Note that the other payment is automatically put on Hold Payment as expected and as per setup
       - Witholding Information shows two Withholding Details as expected as well
13.  Run Pay Cycle
       - First Payment Schedule is processed
14.  Run Payment Post
15.  Run Post Withholding
16.  Deselect the Hold Payment checkbox of the second Payment Schedule thatwas previously put on hold
17.  Run Pay Cycle
       - 2nd Payment Schedule was paid successfully
18.  Run Payment Post
19.  Run Post Withholdings
20.  Review all the withholdings for the supplier on the Adjust Withholding page

       -  Notice that the second payment to FTB is listed under IRS


 

Cause

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