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LSMW for GARNISHMENTS

hi frenz... i am doing LSMW for 195(garnishment order). while recording it is not allowing me to enter in to 195 unless i enter in 194. i dont want to do for 194.. i want to do directly for 195. plzz help me.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 03:49 PM

    FYI

    Creating a Garnishment Order (Infotype 0195)

    Prerequisites

    You must create a Garnishment Document (Infotype 0194) immediately before you create the garnishment order. Upon saving the new garnishment document, the Garnishment Order fast-entry screen appears. You must make entries here before the record can be saved.

    Procedure

    On the Create Garnishment Order screen, specify the desired rule in the RI (Rule Indicator) field.

    Enter either the Initial balance or the Deduction.

    Usually, initial balances are required in Creditor, Federal Tax, and State Tax cases and deductions are mandatory in Child Support and Alimony cases. However, your company can customize the tables to change this.

    Enter any additional limits if applicable.

    If you use a rule, limits are not necessary, but still possible. If you do not choose a rule, you must set limits.

    If necessary, choose Supplements to access another entry screen and add any additional information.

    If the case is a Federal Tax or State Tax levy, you are required to enter supplemental information.

    Save your entries.

    Result

    The garnishment order record is created.

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