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Last Post 08/10/2018 12:42 PM by  Brittany G
PR13 and PA52 receive Tax Warning errors
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Lisa
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05/09/2013 9:32 AM
    We are seeing the error message 'Warning-tax errors; partial tax update; use PR13.8; OK to Cont' when we make a change on PR13 (US Tax withholding) or PA52 (Indiv. Action).  We see in PR13.8 the message 'BSI Warnings found; review BSI Tax Locator messages'.    However, when we look in BSI Message viewer, there are NO error messages for the employee that we are updating, yet we always get that message when updating that employee.   Is there somewhere else in BSI that is holding an error?   Why does Lawson still think there is an error when Tax Locator does not have errors for that employee?  
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    05/09/2013 9:48 AM
    What value is on HR00 for tax message level (it's on the Tax tab of your company) - it's not really Lawson that thinks there's an error - those come from BSI. Maybe this setting is too high for you
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    05/09/2013 9:59 AM
    On HR00, the Tax Loc MsgLvl is set to 3; but on HR01 (process level) it is set to 0.  We're not sure why they were set up differently in the first place.  We can prevent the errors from occurring on PR13 and PA52 if we set the HR01 Tax Loc MsgLvl to 3, but we're not sure if it is OK to 'suppress' all the messages - even the accurate ones....
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    08/10/2018 11:21 AM
    I know this is super old but you need to run the PR115 to update the employee records with the changes that was made on a deduction, garnishment, or pay sum group. Also you may want to run the PR113 to see if there are any deductions that need setup, these would be on your error report.
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    08/10/2018 12:42 PM
    I know this is super old but you need to run the PR115 to update the employee records with the changes that was made on a deduction, garnishment, or pay sum group. Also you may want to run the PR113 to see if there are any deductions that need setup, these would be on your error report.
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