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TUB 35 - Connecticut Employers FUTA Debt Repayment Tax

Dear all:

Im dealing with TUB 35 and this change: "Adds a new tax type that uses a $7,000 maximum wage base and a .3% tax rate", anyone could give me a hand with that, I cant understand very well what is going to change for CT employees and how proceed to implement this bulletin.. I just saw this thread Setting up FUTA - Credit Reduction mapping TUBs Tax type 011 , but I would like to know if there is a SAP note where they explain in more detail what has to be done

Any help will be greatly appreciated,

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 04:33 PM

    In general, you'll need to first apply BSI 35 bulletin in your BSI Tax Factory (by loggin to BSI client software - Maintenance- Update). Then, apply corresponding SAP tub note for this bulletin. This would add config on tax type '11' for 'CT' (tax ceiling and rate).

    After that, you'll need to config tax model for 'CT' to include tax type '11', setting up ER ID for new tax authority / tax type (V_T5UIT), setting up wt /411 for 3rd party remittance (if needed).

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    • Former Member Ora Hongsdusit


      SAP Note 1660462 (BSI TUB 046) addresses Tax Type 11 for AR, CA, KY, MO, and VA. One of the tables it updates is T5UTX.

      SAP Note 1661746 (BSI TUB 047) addresses Tax Type 11 for IN, RI, and WI. It also provides an update to the T5UTX table.

      Tax Type 11 for NC has been available for a while. I donu2019t know which note provided the functionality.



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