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EPY: Problems with Reversal Processing that Crosses Calendar / Tax Years (Doc ID 613021.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 8.8 SP1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Specific to: North American Payroll, All Releases

Checked for relevance October 25, 2017


ISSUE #1:

We were able to reverse a check from 2010 in 2011.As I understand it, this should not be allowed to happen, based on Tax reporting requirements.

ISSUE #2:

Customer issued employee two paychecks in 2009and one in 2010. The bank and account numbers on the ddp were incorrect and the monies never deposited. User then Reversed all three checks in 2010. All reversals were successful. The resulting balances reflected a negative amount equal to the 2009 checks.

When user set up first off-cycle paysheet to reissue one of the 2009 checks (as a check) the system calculated the taxable gross and taxes incorrectly. The system reflected the negative balances as positive taxable gross and taxes for the two reversed 2009 checks on the replacement check.




Symptoms


We were able to reverse a check from 2009 in 2010.  As I understand it, this should not be allowed to happen, based on Tax reporting requirements.

ISSUE #2:  

Customer issued employee two paychecks in 2009 and one in 2010.  The bank and account numbers on the ddp were incorrect and the monies never deposited.  User then Reversed all three checks in 2010.  All reversals were successful.  The resulting balances reflected a negative amount equal to the 2009 checks.

When user set up first off-cycle paysheet to reissue one of the 2009 checks (as a check) the system calculated the taxable gross and taxes incorrectly.  The system reflected the negative balances as positive taxable gross and taxes for the two reversed 2009 checks on the replacement check.

Cause

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