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Garnishment Court Fees

We are trying to configure Garnishment Court Fees. We are not sure what 'Model Non-Exempt Amount' we have to use for this type of Garnishment?

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2011 at 10:22 PM

    Hello,

    Here is how system calculates for Non-exempts amounts:

    The garnishment subschema (function UGARN with parameter CALC) calculates the non-exempt amount. The system will first calculate the fields limit1/limit2, and additional amount from infotype 0195 'Garnishment Order'.

    Each component (federal minimum, limit 1/ limit 2, special rule, and levy) of the Model for the Non-Exempt Amount in table T5UG3 is calculated. The system will then compare each one to another and it will take the lowest amount. This amount is then processed with the additional exempt or non-exempt amount resulting in the non-exempt amount. This is the calculation which is the most beneficial to the employee.

    IT0195 Limits/Add > T511K / T5UG3 F Min Wg

    Amounts v. Exempt

    %/Amt

    T5UGA Special > T5UGE Levy

    T5UGB rule

    + or -

    T5UG3 Aditional Amount == Non-Exempt amount

    Hopefully this helps.

    Kind regards,

    Graziela

    Edited by: Graziela Dondoni on Aug 22, 2011 7:22 PM

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2011 at 11:52 PM

    Hi kchandra,

    Could you please detail a bit more your business requirement? With more information perhaps a community memeber could provide some information.

    Thanks,

    Felipe

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