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Old 05-31-2010, 09:18 AM
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IMG Path & Table:Create Adjustment Model for the Disposable Net

Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data -> Order Types -> Garnishable Amounts -> Disposable Net -> Create adjustment model texts for the disposable net

Table: V_T5UG2



In this step, create your own adjustment model for disposable net.
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IMG Path & Table:Levy

Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data -> Order Types -> Non-Exempt Amount -> Levy -> Define levy form text

Table: T5UGH





The model determines the exempt amount from levy for Federal or State Levy’s. These rules are defined for different combination's of filing status and exemptions.

Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data -> Order Types -> Non-Exempt Amount -> Levy -> Create exempt amount from Levy/Create additional exempt amount.

Table: V_T5UGE & V_T5UGF (Tax Levy tables)

IRS Tax Levy Tables contain the amount exempt from garnishment calculation when figuring the tax levies. These tables are updated by SAP every year with the values published by IRS
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IMG Path & Table:Special Rules

Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data _> Order Types -> Non-Exempt Amount -> Special Rules -> Define fields for the special rule

Table: T5UGA



Special fields can be defined which will appear on the infotype Garnishment Order and these can be accessed in the mathematical formula defined in the special rule to determine the limit of non-exempt amount.

In this step, you create the special rules with text and define which fields are to appear in the infotype Garnishment Order
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Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data -> Order Types -> Non-Exempt Amount -> Special Rules -> Create calculation scheme

Table: T5UGA




In this step, you determine the garnishable amount for a special rule. A rule can consist of one or more lines. You can link two fields in one line by using an Operation (e.g. addition, subtraction). These two fields can either be the fields Operand 1 or the amount of a wage type and the fields Operand 2 or a fixed value (Value).

You can use the fields in the infotype Garnishment Order for operand 1 and operand 2. You defined these fields in the previous step.

You can temporarily store the intermediate results of a line in the field Result. You can use this for operand 1 or operand 2 in any following lines.

The result may not be stored in the Result field in the last line.
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IMG Path & Table:Create Model for the Non-exempt Amount

Path: Payroll -> Payroll: USA -> Garnishments -> Master Data -> Order Types -> Non-Exempt Amount -> Create model for the nonexempt amount

Table: V_T5UG3

The model for non-exempt amount is used to determine the limit up to which the garnishment deductions can be taken. These limits vary for different individual order types or for a combination of order types.

Limits are defined by setting certain percentage of amount as non-exempted or exempted from the calculated Disposable Net or calculated garnishable gross. These limits can also be defined using special rules, which are called in the model for Non-exempt amount. Below is the screen shot of a model used to calculate Non-exempt amount based on the limits set.



In this step, you create a model for determining the garnishable amount. You can store your entries in five blocks. For each of the first four blocks (Limit 1, Limit 2, Federal Minimum Wage and Special Non-exempt), the system determines an individual garnishable amount each time and uses the lowest amount as the result for the garnishable amount. A garnishable amount determined in this way is then adjusted by the amount of the fifth block (Additional Amount).

Note: You do not have to enter something in each of the five blocks.
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