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BSI TUBs 088 - 091 related questions

Nov 22, 2016 at 04:16 PM

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Hi,

Please help us to understand below testing scenario's change description. what to check while doing testing on the below scenario's

State Tax

1) Authority - NORTH DAKOTA, BSI System Code -380000, Tax Type- WITHHOLDING TAX TAX TYPE 001, Effective Date -IMMEDIATELY, Change Description - Modifies formula number (FN:2) for wages paid to a Non­Resident Alien (NRA) of the United States to include Canada, Mexico and South Korea. Changes the formula name FROM "PCT MTHD­ NONRES. US, CAN, MEX & KR" TO "PCT MTHD­NON­RESIDENT OF US".

Local Taxes

2) Authority - OHIO LOCALS, BSI System Code- VARIOUS, State- OH, County- VARIOUS, Tax Type- WITHHOLDING TAX TAX TYPE 001, Effective Date-IMMEDIATELY, Change Description- Modifies the reciprocal formula data to only tax wages where earned when the certificate parameter (RC:) is set to 0. Adds reciprocal formula data to offset the Resident Local tax with Non­Resident Local tax. The offset will not exceed the Resident Local credit limit when Courtesy Withholding is requested by setting the certificate code (RC:) equal to 2. Note: See Special Information for a list of affected authorities.

3) Authority - INDIANA LOCALS, BSI System Code- VARIOUS, State- IN, County- VARIOUS, Tax Type- WITHHOLDING TAX TAX TYPE 001, QF Update - Yes, Effective Date-1/1/2017, Change Description- Modifies the resident indicator FROM separate formula TO combined formula. Changes the non­ resident withholding rate to be the same as the resident withholding rate. NOTE: See Special Information for a list of affected authorities.

4) Authority - INDIANA LOCALS, BSI System Code- VARIOUS, State- IN, County- VARIOUS, Tax Type- WITHHOLDING TAX TAX TYPE 001, QF Update - Yes, Effective Date-1/1/2017, Change Description-Changes the reciprocal formula type FROM a resident and non­resident formula with different rates TO resident and non­resident formula with same rates. NOTE: See Special Information for a list of affected authorities.

Regards,

Ajay Kumar Singh

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