EPY: In Massachusetts Family Leave Insurance the Employer Is Charged if the Employer Is Setup With a Zero Rate
(Doc ID 2919726.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 13, 2023
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Massachusetts (MA) Family Leave Insurance (FLI) Employer (ER) is charged if ER is setup with a zero rate.
In Company State Tax Table, Set EE and ER to Subject and 0 ratio to track but not charge the values, but it is refunding the Employee(EE) value and charging the ER value for anything taken in the quarter.
There should be a way to track but not charge this value.
Steps to Reproduce this issue:
1. Navigate to Set Up HCM > Product Related > Payroll for North America > Federal/State Taxes > Company State Tax Table
2. Go to the VDI/FLI tab
- Set Family Leave Plan to Subject, Effective 1 quarter, Employee Ratio set to 0.00, Employer Ratio set to 0.00
- Set Medical Leave Plan to Subject, Effective 1 quarter, Employee Ratio set to 0.00, Employer Ratio set to 0.00
3. Navigate to: Payroll for North America > Employee Pay Data USA > Tax Information > Update Employee Tax Data
4. Bring up a Massachusetts employee and Go to the State Tax Data tab
- Resident and UI Jurisdiction in MA
- Set FLI Status to Subject
- Set MLI Status to Subject
- Tax Status 'H'
- Withholding Allowances 6
5. Run a pay
- Navigate to Payroll for North America > Payroll Processing USA > Create and Load Paysheets > Create Paysheets
- For the Company/Paygroup for the employee, create paysheets
- Navigate to Payroll for North America > Payroll Processing USA > Produce Payroll > Calculate Payroll
- Calculate the pay
6. Review the Paycheck
- Navigate to Payroll for North America > Payroll Processing USA > Produce Payroll > Review Paycheck
- Go to Taxes Tab
- FLI/EE shows a negative value
- FLI/ER shows a positive amount
- MLI/EE shows a negative value
- MLI/ER shows nothing.
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