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Can any one tell us what is garnishment in US payroll, infotypes maintained for that.

Also please let us know what are all the infotypes must (apart from 207,208,209,210) to run a Complete US-Payroll with all Payroll related Configurations.

(Ex;- In India we are using 581 to 590 infotypes)

Thanks in advance


Edited by: Priya K on Mar 6, 2008 1:43 PM

Edited by: Priya K on Mar 6, 2008 1:47 PM

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    Garnishments Infotypes: IT194, IT195, IT216

    Garnishment table/views: T5UG0, T5UG1, T5UG3, T5UG4, T5UGA, T5UGB, T5UGC, T5UGD, T5UGE, T5UGF, T5UGH.

    Garnishment Wagetypes: /G00 disposable net

    /G01- Gross for garnishment (this is PER garnishment and is different for every one)

    /G02 Completely non-exempt amount

    /G03 Garnishment total amount (In the case of multiple garnishments, this is the total amount available for all of them combined)

    MG10 to MG70 are templates for the garnishment to be taken.

    Garnishment Cluster Tables:

    GRDOC - corresponds to garnishment document IT194. Information of period, infotype read date

    GRORD - Roughly corresponds to garnishment order IT195 or garnishment adjustment IT216. Constains all information on calculation of amounts.

    GRREC - Actual deductions + wagetypes. Also used to carry forward results (arrears functionality).

    Garnishments in Payroll schema: UGRN (Calculate garnishments)


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