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Medical Exemption is not showing in RT

Hi Experts,

I have a doubt in Medical Reimbursement.

There is a scenario, where client is not paying medical allowance through info type 0008, its been paid through Info type 0015 at the time of need, it can be any month in the financial year.

Now in a month client has paid let say Rs 6000 for medical allowance, now these amount need to exempted from tax calculation,

But when i check the RT table there is no /414, even INMED is neither creating /3m1, /414.

Info type 0582 with sub type MDA is maintained for this employee

I tried out and find out that if I am paying through info type 0008 system is creating /3m1 & /414.

But the client wants to pay it through info type 15, doesn't want to maintain this wage type in 0008,

and also wants the exemption for medical allowance in RT.

Please help me out,

How to get medical exemption wage type in RT table if we are paying through info type 0015.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashanti Swain

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Prashanti,

    System do not check with the info type maintenance. Do the testing on some other employee. Go through the docuemntation of INMED.

    Can get some clear information.

    Regards,

    Jyotsna Akula.

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 08:48 AM

    Hi,

    Please check cummulation class 33.

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