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Oct 14, 2011 at 03:59 PM

Incorrect Connecticut Tax Withholding despite updates from SAP and BSI

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Hi all,

We applied BSI 9.0e tax updates #35-40, as well as the Connecticut tax withholding changes. The tax calculated by BSI is much than lower than expected, based on the BSI QuickFormula and Connecticutu2019s

http://www.ct.gov/drs/lib/drs/forms/2011withholding/2011withholdingcombinedcatchupwithholdingtaxtables.pdf website.

We think the problem centers around a parameter YP value of 0 being sent to BSI. We are using a pay period 17/2011, therefore YP should be equal to 16 I think. Instead the value is 0.

Tax update #35 contains the new Connecticut ER Debt Repayment tax (TT 11), so we have no choice but to retro our Connecticut employees back to 1/1/2011. The 0 value is occurring in a retro situation.

Also note the following:

1) We have applied all available Connecticut SAP and BSI notes, including 1622036, 1634872, 1536313, 1571815, 1594617 and 1627290. The latest note versions were pulled from the Service Marketplace on Oct. 9.

2) Note 1634872 made changes to the YP parameter. It IS in our system.

3) The employees tested WERE NOT hired in the middle of year, DO NOT have any additional CT withholding specified in IT0210-CT and DID NOT move into another payroll area.

4) We are on cyclic 9.0.e.

Has anyone else run into this? Any suggestions?