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EAP 9.2: Payment Post Creates Incorrect Rounding Suspense Account Line (RSA) Accounting Entry For A Withholding Enabled Voucher Instead Of Booking The Amount As Withholding Liability Account Line (Doc ID 2705949.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2020

Applies to:

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


Define the Withholding Entity so that the Withholding is applied at Payment time, and configure a Supplier for Withholding functionality. Create a Voucher for this Supplier, and post it, run Pay Cycle, generate the Payment for the Supplier, and finally run Payment Post. The generated Withholding Accruals Accounting Entries do not seem to be correct: Instead of a Withholding Liability line generated, the Payment Post process has created a Rounding Suspense Account line (RSA).


  1.- Define the Withholding Entity as 'Withhold at Payment'
  2.- Define a Supplier for Withholding functionality
  3.- Create a new Voucher for the Supplier at hand
  4.- Launch Voucher Post for the transaction
  5.- Launch a Pay Cycle to completion, creating the needed Payment for the Supplier, but not the Withholding part of the Voucher
  6.- Launch Payment Post process for the transaction
  7.- Check the Voucher Accounting Entries, for the Withholding Accrual section, and confirm that there is a Rounding Suspense Account line instead of Withholding Liability

The Voucher's Withholding Accrual Accounting Entries are incorrect, as the amount supposedly to be booked against Withholding Liability Account, it is being booked against the Rounding Suspense Account.

The Payment Post process (AP_PSTPYMNT AE Program) should generate the Withholding Accruals balanced in two lines: Accounts Payable, and Withholding Liability.




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