Attention Oracle Mexico Payroll Customers: 2013 Year End Phase 1 Patches have been Released!



The Oracle Mexico Payroll 2013 Year End Phase 1 patches have been released and are now available on My Oracle Support.


R12.0 Patch 17941884:R12.PAY.A
R12.1 Patch 17941884:R12.PAY.B


Please note:
- These patches include both the 2014 Year Begin (Patch 17924551:R12.PAY.x) and 2014 ISR Tax Rates (Patch 18050606:R12.PAY.x) patches. Therefore, it is not necessary to also apply these separately if you have not already done so.
- These patches are different from all other statutory updates (there are additional post installation steps), so please be sure to carefully read the entire patch readme before beginning to install these patches to ensure successful processing.

Here are a few highlights of this patch release:

- CFDI Payroll Payslip XML Interface: The 2014 ISR tax legislation mandates that employers generate employee payroll payslips in XML format in order to get the CFDI (Certificado Fiscal Digital por Internet - Internet Digital Fiscal Certificate) from the government agency SAT. These patches deliver the components to allow customers to generate XML payslips.
Important Notes regarding the CFDI Payroll Payslip XML Interface:
- There are mandatory setup steps after applying this patch. Please read the entire Functional readme for details.
- The CFDI Payroll Payslip XML Interface delivered in this patch includes only mandatory fields. Those fields are described in the XML layouts posted by the government.
- The optional XML fields and several enhancements to this functionality will be delivered in the 2013 Year End Phase 2 patch.
- To comply with the statutory requirements, this functionality generates one XML file per payslip. However, it also generates a single XML file with all the employee payslips.
- State tax updates: The state tax rate has been increased to 3.0% for Distrito Federal, Mexico and Puebla states, effective January 1st, 2014.

Please see the patch readmes on My Oracle Support for functional details and full patch install instructions.
Doc ID 1597562.1 - 2013 MX Payroll Year End Phase 1 Rel 12.0
Doc ID 1597597.1 - 2013 MX Payroll Year End Phase 1 Rel 12.1

For complete details on the Oracle Mexico Payroll Year End Patching Schedule, see My Oracle Support Doc ID 975677.1: Mexico HRMS 2013 Year End Patch Release Schedule.

Comments:

What is Oracle doing with Mexico New Tax Reform issued on July 2014 and mainly affecting GL? This is reporting Chart of accounts, Balance Trial and Journal Entries. is patch being developed? what is the planned release date? Tax Authority in Mexico is requesting proof of CFDI tracking and control at JE Level.

Posted by guest on September 04, 2014 at 12:05 AM EDT #

Hello.

Your question about the Mexico New Tax Reform issued on July 2014 seems to be relating to Financials or General Ledger, which we cannot address from HCM or Payroll.

You should visit the MOS Communities and ask your question there on the community for General Ledger - EBS (MOSC).

I hope that helps!

-Cheri
Oracle Payroll Support

Posted by guest on September 05, 2014 at 09:47 AM EDT #

the law in mexico will eventually request to keep CFDI payroll payslip "digital signature" to be posted to GL and employeers to proof they are using electronic accountig& booking. Oracle should be prepared to face this regulatory act in Mexico, otherwhise your company will lose competitive advantage in this country.

Posted by guest on September 07, 2014 at 04:01 PM EDT #

Can Somebody please send me the White Paper regarding Mexico New Tax Reform issued on July 2014 and mainly affecting GL. Tax Authority in Mexico is requesting proof of CFDI tracking and control at JE Level. Please mail me at : rakshankumar@gmail.com.

Thank you

Posted by Rakshan on September 08, 2014 at 01:57 PM EDT #

Hello and thanks for visiting the EBS Support Blog.

This specific post is relating to HCM (Payroll) functionality delivered in the mentioned patches, including that which allows you to generate the CFDI XML Payslip. This does not address any GL functionality.

We appreciate your comments and request that you visit the MOS Communities and ask your question there on the community for General Ledger - EBS (MOSC).

Or you can log a Service Request with the General Ledger team for assistance.

Thank you,
-Cheri
Oracle Payroll Support

Posted by guest on September 08, 2014 at 02:16 PM EDT #

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