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Neagtive ytd in tcrt

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I am running payroll for an employee for the first time in year 2012. Some year end adjustments were made to him in 30-dec-2011. I am getting this error when I run payroll now under /311 .

UNE1********* < ERROR # =NEG YTD IN= TCRT NOT =ALLOWED

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bala

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 06:56 PM

    You cann't have the negative YTD in TCRT.. Look at the Adjustments made for the employee and find out the entry that causing this. Before even running payroll go to the cluster and see the situation in TCRT. You can as well expand the log and find out the entry which is failing in the rule. Hope this helps

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      Hi Balaji,

      In TCRT table system will not allow make entry.If you are in dev. system please make that amount in IT 15 / IT 267 to round off that amount.Once you do this your payroll will run successfully.

      Normally this type of issue come when claim remain.

      Ankur

  • Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 08:34 PM

    Hi,

    The BTXRATE table needs to be maintained on both SAP and BSI with the same rate for the tax authorities. Even if you are using the default rate on T5UTX, the BTXRATE table needs to be maintained in order for SAP to handle multiple states properly.

    Thanks,

    Ameet

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