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1099 reporting - using RFW1099M in ECC6?

We recently upgraded from 4.6C to ECC6 and are in the process of producing 1099’s. Under 4.6C, we used transaction S_P9C_18000158 (RFW1099M) to produce the printed forms and the magnetic tape that is sent to the government. S_P9C_18000158 does not exist in ECC6 and we were directed to use S_PL0_09000314 instead. I searched for SAP notes relevant for tax year 2007 and found 2. Note 1121898 is supposed to be for 4.7C and above, and note 1122778 is for 4.6C and below. 1122778 affects RFW1099M, which is the program we’re trying to use, but it won’t let us apply it because we’re not 4.6C. Can we use RFW1099M in ECC6 to produce our 1099 information? How do we apply note 1122778 in an ECC6 environment?

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 02:46 PM

    Leslie,

    Moslty OSS notes apply work is done by Basis guys.contact your Basis consultants,they will help you.

    Thanks,

    Rau

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    • Former Member Leslie Stinson

      Hi Leslie,

      RFW1099M is appearing in menu path : Financial Accounting --> Accounts Payable --> Withholding Tax --> 1099 Misc.

      But as appearing in the note, this program is used only till SAP 4.6c. To use the Generic program, SAP note 1121898 states "transports in file 263766.zip are for releases 4.7 and higher" for relevant smart forms for 1099 Misc as well as DMEE trees for reporting.

      With Regards,

      Chirag

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 10:53 PM

    We're on ECC6 and still able to use RFW1099M. If you have troubles finding it in the menu path, you may want to use SA38 and enter program name RFW1099M. It works fine for us.

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