Friday Oct 04, 2013

Legislative Updates for PeopleSoft Global Payroll for Argentina


Article 23 of the profit tax bill, 1997 text and its modifications, sets the deductions amounts from non-taxable earnings, special deduction and family charges, eligible to the determination of the fee for employees

It is the permanent policy of the National Executive to implement measures that are condusive to empower purchasing strength to workers and their families, with this, the consolidation of the demand of the national and domestic market.

It is considered desirable to increase the deduction amounts of Article 23 of the Income Tax Law, text of 1997, both for those taxpayers that are in dependency ratio as liabilities to the workers, in order to avoid the tax burden neutralizing the benefits derived from the economic policy, wages and pension assumed.

You can learn more about these changes in our Position Statement which can be found on My Oracle Support, Document ID 1541074.1.


 

Thursday Oct 03, 2013

Legislative Update for PeopleSoft Global Payroll India

Revised data structure for e-TDS and e-TCS returns effective Q2,FY13-14.

NSDL has announced the data structure of quarterly e-TDS / TCS statements version 4.6 for Quarters Q1-Q3 and version 4.8 for Q4. The changes are applicable for Financial Year 2013 - 14 and is effective Q2, which is due for submission 15th Oct 2013. Our Position Statement has been revised to include these legislative updates. We advise customers to review the position statement to keep up-to-date. The Position Statement can be found on My Oracle Support, Document ID 1532190.1.

Legislative Update for PeopleSoft Global Payroll Australia

Payment Summary Changes for 2013 - 2014

The Australian Government recently released changes to the Electronic Payment Summary Specifications. The changes largely focused on restructuring sentences, changing words and certain terms for better understanding and keeping the intent/information unchanged. Apart from such aesthetic changes we also observed changes that clearly specify the reason for Employment Termination Payment and these changes were delivered by Oracle in the previous financial year. Our position statement has been revised to include these updates.

Workplace Gender Equality (WGE) Act

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (an Australian Government statutory agency) has announced achieving gender equality is important for workplaces not only because it is ‘fair’ and ‘the right thing to do’, it is also vitally important to the bottom line of a business and to the productivity of Australia. Employers are required to lodge a report comprising a workplace profile in the same format as under the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999 (EOWW Act), with no salary data required. This Agency works with employers to help them comply with the new reporting requirements under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. This report is obligated as mandatory for relevant employers from July 2014. Our position statement contains more information and is made available on My Oracle Support, Document ID 1532030.1”.

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