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Garnishment deduction

Is there a way to set up the system to not deduct garnishment amount (which employer had to pay) when there is no net pay or if the employee has claims?

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2010 at 09:41 PM

    1. It all depends on the deduction priorities...Taxes, Garnishment , Pre Tax , and then Post Tax deductions in T51P6

    2. When the Net is zero..you have know what is your disposable net wagetype value after the Garnishment sub schema. If there is an amount then as per statutory requirement... the deduction will happen.

    3. There are certain garnishments which has to be deducted after the pretax and other dues....then you have configure Disposable net models and subtract these pretax wages from it. Check the SPRO

    > PY-US

    >> Garnishments

    >>> Master Data

    >>>> Order Types

    >>>>> Garnishable Amounts

    >>>>>> Disposable Net

    >>>>>>> Define adjustment model texts for the disposable net

    >>>>>>> Create adjustment model for the disposable net

    4. I dont think when there is claim, there would be any garnishment.

    5. If there was a claim in the previous period , and there is a value in disposable net...then there will be garnishment deducter.

    For more info please search for the threads in the North America and ECM HR Forums.

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 11:38 PM

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