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Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Worksheet’s Remaining Pay Period Count Is Incorrect When an Off-Cycle Period Matches the First On-Cycle Period of the Year. (Doc ID 2847222.1)

Last updated on MAY 02, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Benefits Administration - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Remaining Pay Period count on the FSA Worksheet may not include the first On-Cycle pay period of the year when there is a Pay Calendar entry for an off-cycle with the same pay period begin date and a check date after the on-cycle pay period's check date. If the off-cycle period is included in the SQL results to find the first pay period's check date and it is returned at the top of the results (there is no check for off-cycle), the check date used to count open on-cycle periods for the year uses the later check date of the off-cycle rather than the first period's on-cycle check date.

This will cause the count of remaining pay periods to be one less than expected and therefore the per pay period deductions will be too high.

Steps to Replicate:

  1. Create an off-cycle pay calendar entry that uses the same pay begin date as the on-cycle but with a later check date.
  2. Reprocess OE event for an employee.
  3. Log in as the employee to select the OE event and FSA enrollment to see the FSA Worksheet remaining pay periods is not using all pay periods.




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