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SAP Payroll and California Creditor Garnishment

Sep 28, 2017 at 03:42 PM


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Has any SAP US Payroll consultant or customer created a special garnishment rule (T5UGB) to meet the somewhat new (7/1/2016) California State Creditor Garnishment rule of "Maximum amount that can be deducted from weekly wages is lesser of (1) 25% of disposable earnings or (2) 50% of the amount by which disposable earnings for the week exceed 40 times the state minimum hourly wage" as if so would appreciate if you could provide some insights. I reached out to several customers who were not complaint in this area as sadly SAP leaves customer to track and configure all the garnishment updates themselves.

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Ameet Jassani Sep 29, 2017 at 12:27 PM

Hi Jarret,

You need to set-up a Non-Exempt model in table V_T5UG3 as mentioned below and assign it to new rule that you would assign to CA Creditor Garnishment along with existing disposable net model in table V_T5UGA.

Table V_T5UG3:

Nonexempt amount: ZCR0 (CA - 25% Net or 40x SMW)

Under Limit 1-

Indicator: 1 (Exempt)

Value: 75.00

Unit: 1 (Percent of net)

Under Federal Minimum Wage-

Min hours: 40

Hourly wage: 10.50 (this is 2017 year State Minimum Wage for CA and needs to be updated as per IRS changes)

Table V_T5UGA:

Country: US

State: CA

Order Type: CR

Rule: 001 (Use any 3 character ID or 3 digit number)

Model disposable net: CACR (No change, use existing one as it is that is being used for CA Creditor)

Model nonexempt amount: ZCR0 (Created in table V_T5UG3)

Now you can test this rule in IT0195 for CA Creditor garnishment order.

Hope this helps.



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