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EAP: 1099 NEC Correction File Populating Piggyback State Codes (Doc ID 2877227.1)

Last updated on JUNE 15, 2022

Applies to:

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


1099 Correction File uses Piggyback State Codes even if Report Control is disabled.

1. Report Control Information setup- combined Federal State Filing is not
Piggyback States- All Checked
 Set Up Financials/Supply Chain > Product Related > Procurement Options > Withholding > Report Control Information

2. Create an adjust withholding
Suppliers > 1099/Global Withholding > Maintain > Adjust Withholding

3. Run the 1099 job  
Suppliers > 1099/Global Withholding > 1099 Reports > Withhold 1099 Report Job

4. Original IRS File  
     The original IRS file shows the address as 123 Main Street First Floor Room 001
     - All OK so far.
     - No States codes are populated- which is correct

5.Run the 1099 sent process
Suppliers > 1099/Global Withholding > 1099 Reports >Withholding Sent File

6.Now do a correction
   Main Menu > Supplier
        -The correction was Adding a new address for the supplier and inactivate the old one used
        -So Address ID 1 is inactive
        -Address ID 2 is active (this is the one which was added)- this was the correction which was made.
        -On the 1099 withholding link ¿ change the Address Seq to 2
        -Changed the address seq on the Payable Options page
        -Changed the address seq on the Procurement Options page

7. Run the 1099 job
    Suppliers > 1099/Global Withholding > 1099 Reports > Withhold 1099 Report Job

8.Check the correction - IRS file generated
       -The new supplier address shows in the file
       -The state code is showing in the correction IRS file




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