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Dear Community,

Development team is already working in the Legal Changes for Year End 2011. Soon a master note must be delivered with information that you can use to plan your system update. Once the note is available we will let you know through this thread.

In order to be up to date with the lastest Year End deliveries please use the function "Watch this Thread", so everytime this thread is updated you will receive an automatic e-mail advising about the change.

Kind regards,

Felipe Grandi

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2011 at 05:37 PM

    ASUG will host it's annual Canadian Payroll Year-end Update Webcast on November 2nd.

    It is a good time to learn about what's comming soon.

    If you haven't received the invitation yet, check it out on the Events Calendar

    http://www.asug.com/EventsCalendar/CalendarView/tabid/85/Month/11/Year/2011/Default.aspx

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2011 at 01:03 PM

    Hello All,

    The Master Note for Year End 2011 is already available:

    1628091 YE11: Master Note for Canadian Year End - 2011

    Further information about the year end will be posted in this thread.

    Kind regards.

    Felipe

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 07:35 PM

    Hello All,

    This note is also relevant for Canadian Year End:

    1603914 YE Amendment Reason Report For CE

    Best regards,

    Felipe

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 04:12 PM

    Hi,

    This is a question related to note # 1605354 TAX : New Processing for Quebec Tax Levy

    I would like to understand this update with further clarification as to what are the wagetypes/ benefits that are going to be cumulated in /166, I understand that these are the benefits that are taxable to the ER as per the employment standards in Quebec. Looking for some examples of these benefits.

    Also, will all EE in Quebec be in this perview?

    Hope I have been able to clearly state my question.

    Thanks in advance for helping with this.

    Papri

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    • Hello Papri,

      Please look at the note 1605354's excerpt below:

      All the wage types that are cumulating currently to wage types /152,

      /153, /158, /160 will cumulate to /166 also. So now the new wage type

      has all the amounts that are currently subjected to the Employer Tax

      Levy.

      It means that wage types /152, /153, /158, /160 are going to cumulate into /166. If you have wage types cumulating into /152, /153, /158, /160 these amounts will at the end be cumulated also into /166. And yes, this change refers for Quebec EEs.

      Kind regards.

      Felipe

  • Posted on Nov 14, 2011 at 12:24 PM

    Hello All,

    We have seen some queries about note 1630315 (CPP:Changes to CPP calculation effective 01.01.2012).

    The changes delivered by this note were made in YE base CLC which is mandatory for YE 2011. The changes are effective by 2012 but customers can apply the note now with no problems. The note has a date check to make sure this will be only effective from 01.01.2012. Up to end of 2011 the existing calculation remains.

    Kind regards.

    Felipe

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    • According to a thread posted on ASUG, Note 1630315 states that the CPP change is effective Jan. 1st 2012 but would contain an error for pays caculating retroactively back in 2011 (from 2012).

      One user mentioned that Note 1644067 corrects the problem, but that Note currently displays the following message:

      "The requested SAP Note is either in reworking or is released internally only".

      Edited by: Rémi Corriveau on Nov 17, 2011 6:25 PM GMT

      P.S. : We are on ERP 6.0 (EhP0) and have applied HRSPs up to SAPKE60074, but do not experience the CPP Deduction problem in 2011 (wether we force retro-calculation from 2011 to 2011 or from 2012 to 2011).

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 06:49 PM

    Have questions with regards to note 1605354 QC Tax Levy

    1. We noticed that /166 is being calculated for other provinces other than QC, should this be happening?

    2. Should wage type /45S QC/Employment stds. levy always be calculated in payroll for QC employees? i.e. whenever there is an /166, there should be /45S?

    3. what is the calculation rule for wage type /139? We noticed for some employees, we see that /152 is the amount of /166 less /139

    We are in the mist of testing these notes hoping to move the SP's to Production in 2 weeks. I'd appreciate if you can get back to me with regards to the above as soon as possible. There isn't enough information in the note to clarify the above.

    Thank you so much for your assistance!!

    Vivian

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 12:18 PM

    Hello All,

    Some customers have reported issues with the new field 'Province of Health Tax' delivered by note 1609069. According to the note this field is hidden as standard and could be enabled by changing the Customizing in V_T588M. However once the note is applied the field is visible in the screen. In such cases what happen is that the changes delivered for V_T588M should be transported for all productive clients, not only applied to client 000.

    However after applying note 1609069, even that the changes were transported for the productive clients, in Overview screen (3000) the field is still visible. For this case development team has released the following note:

    1652841 EHT: 'Province of Health Tax' not hidable in overview screen

    With regards,

    Felipe

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    • Hello Rémi,

      I have checked the note and the corrections are there. They are just not showing in the note's main screen. According to the note:

      >>> A T T E N T I O N: P L E A S E N O T E: <<<

      >>> Correction contains additional changes that are NOT shown here <<<

      >>> Display all changes by Note Assistant Note display functionality <<<

      Kind regards,

      Felipe

  • Posted on Nov 29, 2011 at 07:54 PM

    Hello All,

    Today development team released a note with corrections for the new processing of CPP deductions delivered via Note 1630315. The note is:

    1644067 CPP: Additional Changes to CPP calculation

    Regards,

    Felipe

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    • Hello Rémi,

      That's correct. The note was taken back to be reworked and then released again. Thanks for your observation.

      Regarding December 1st transports, they are under development. A note is already being prepared and must be released very soon. Once it happen I let all of you know.

      Kind regards,

      Felipe

  • Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 01:11 PM

    Dear Community,

    The Year End Transports for 2011 have just been released . Please refer the note below for further details:

    1628091 YE11: Master Note for Canadian Year End u2013 2011

    For this year the transports will be attached in a separate .SAR file delivery through the note below:

    1658938 YE11 : Delivery of Year End Transports for 2011

    The Year End webpage has been updated with this info. However it might take a couple of hours to reflect on the marketplace.

    Kind regards,

    Felipe

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 01:22 PM

    Hello,

    Following notes also released, you can check the year end changes from these notes

    Note 1656953 - TAX: Legal changes effective January 1, 2012

    Note 1649167 - YE11: Form and XML changes for Year End 2011

    With Regards,

    S.Karthik

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