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New Tax type 85 for state maine

Hi Everybody,

Our company is based in maine and we have installed TUB 062 and it related .sar files for New tax type 85 (followed all the instructions as per note 119752).

According to the note i can see the new wage types (/385, /485,/c85, /d85 ...) in tables T5UTT, T512W, T512T, T5UTO but no values in these T52EL, T52EZ.

When we ran a test the tax rate related to these wage types are calculated correctly but we din't see any of these wage types showing up just like other tax wage types.

Is it that we don't see the above wage types on output (ex. as we see /4XX tax wage type).

or

do i further need to do any configuration for this. but the note din't talk anything to be done, it just said the above tables will be modified.

Could somebody help me out with this.

Thanks

Regards,

Mamatha

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 03, 2008 at 05:11 PM

    Hi All,

    This is in addition to my previous question on new tax wage types. The same new wage types are also applicable for Tax type 84 pennsylvania state (note 1126604).

    So, could somebody help me out how it is working for this tax type 84 or 85.

    Thank you

    Regards,

    Mamatha

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    • Former Member Ted Dinh

      Hi Ted,

      Thanks for the reply.

      You cleared my doubt.

      While support packs are applied these new wage types are there in my configuration sys but still need to go through it again so that it will shown on payroll side.

      It will also be help full if you can guide me if anything needs to be done to show them on payroll ( in the mean time i too will be woking on this).

      Points are rewarded for you.

      Regards,

      Mamatha

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