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F1 Visa and Fica exemption
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Colleen Bertagnolli
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10/13/2017 5:56 AM

    We have an employee with an F1 Visa (which payroll just learned of after 2 pay cycles).   I am wondering what is the best way to have the employee's FICA and Medicare not process. 

    I am thinking to disable those taxes on the PR13.7 for that employee.  Any thoughts or drawbacks to this solution?

     

    Any insight would be much appreciated!

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    10/13/2017 10:09 AM
    Colleen-
    PR13.7 is exactly what I used to disable the taxes. I have not heard any drawbacks from payroll yet. I got the answer from Infor Extreme KB 1212065.
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    10/13/2017 11:04 AM

    Great.  Thank you.

     

    We were also thinking of setting up a separate Location Code just to identify these folks (well, the one employee now) readily

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    09/13/2018 2:07 PM
    A year ago we set an employee up to be exempt from FICA - set up a new location code and disabled those taxes.
    Now the status is changing and we will begin deduction FICA. I changed the employee to a different location that does not have the FICA disabled (in our test environment) and when I ran a check it calculated negative values. That can't be right but not sure where to look and what to change. Can anyone help?
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    09/14/2018 6:48 AM
    found the issue... there were credits for the deductions in the pr39!
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