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Payroll interface table

Hi Experts,

I have a query about Table T5UT1/ T5UT2 as mentioned these provide tax data to table tax reporter,

and in couple of SCN Post Manual Entry Adjustments in Tax reporter | SCN i have seen such comments - "to adjust taxes manually without entering payroll , we can make changes to above table"

my question is- if i am adjusting taxes after RT and TCRT is created in payroll---->T5UT1( changed the /401 or its taxable amount manually)------>T5ux1----> Tax reporter.

how is that possible to change the interface table without payroll being influenced, later it will create problem in Checking limits reached or not with TCRT? else what is the use of T5UT1 or what do you mean by "manually entry changes" without payroll being affected?

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2015 at 06:51 AM

    From what i understand, these table will adjust what is output on the tax form. So for example if one of the boxes on the tax form has the wrong value you can correct this by putting the value in T5UT1 and then reprint the form and it will have correct value. The other way to correct it is of course to go to the employee record and change/insert the relevant infotype. The difference is that if you change the infotype record then this will affect the payroll wheras T5UT1 entries do not form part of the payroll at all.

    For the T5UT2 this is the same purpose yet not for employees but for the business tax purposes i.e. adjustments required for the company.

    As I say I am no guru on this so hopefully someone can provide you with a more finite answer here, but i think that is the overall idea behind these tables i.e. that the values sit in these tables and not in the payroll cluster tables.

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