6 Working with Other Accounts Payable Functionality for Argentina

This chapter contains the following topics:

6.1 Understanding Deferred Check Payments for Argentina

The deferred check payment process enables you to write off your obligation to the supplier using a deferred payment check.

Use the document type P1 to reclassify the debt. The payment is made against a control or temporary account; and at the due date of the check, the payment is made from the final bank account.

6.1.1 Making Deferred Check Payments

Keep the following considerations in mind when you process deferred check payments:

  • When you enter the voucher, ensure that its pay instrument is deferred check (D).

  • Before you create payment control groups, specify the final account that you set up in the Deferred Check Table program (P76A0421) in G/L Bank Account processing option of the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570).

  • When you print the payment, the system displays the Enter Draft Check Days form.

    Enter the number of deferment days of the check on this form. The system adds the number of days that you enter to the latest due date of the vouchers belonging to that pay group to determine the due date of the check that will be issued.

  • When you update the payment, the system generates a new voucher of type P1.

    This new voucher represents the deferred check that still has to be charged. The P1 voucher has the following characteristics:

    • An amount that is equal to the net amount of the payment made.

    • A pay status of D.

    • A due date that corresponds to the deferment days that are added to the latest due date of paid vouchers.

  • The deferred check payment generates a batch of type K (A/P Checks [Automatic]).

    Note:

    You can review deferred checks by using the Draft Inquiry/Selection program (P04260). You can use this program to modify the pay status of the deferred checks, which then enables you to select them by using data selection when they are charged.
  • When the payment is due, you use the Post Outstanding Drafts program (R04803) to pay pending checks.

    In the processing options of the Post Outstanding Drafts program, specify the due date of the payments as the pay through date in processing option 1 on the Dates tab. The system uses this date to select the checks that must be paid.

  • The deferred check payment generates a batch of type G (General Accounting) and changes the pay status of the P1 voucher to paid.

    Note:

    The Argentinian localization does not allow the use of multichecks. Therefore, to liquidate quotas by using deferred checks, you must create a payment group for each quota that is to be paid.
  • The system does not create a reversing entry when you void a paid draft.

    You may need to enter the reversing entry. See "Voiding Paid Drafts" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Accounts Payable Implementation Guide.

6.1.2 Considerations for Payments in Bonds

According to RG830 (Profits) and RG18 (VAT), when the payment of a voucher is made by using bonds, or quasi currency (such as Lecops, Patacones, and so on), no VAT or profits withholdings take place. Furthermore, a listing of profit withholdings that were not collected because they belonged to these concepts must be submitted to the fiscal authority.

Note:

Payment in bonds must correspond to the total amount of the voucher.

To meet these requirements, you must specify that withholdings not be carried out if these types of vouchers are being written off. The system stores these unfulfilled withholdings in a table to generate a report for the fiscal authority when needed.

You specify how withholdings should be carried out by using the special handling code for the payment instrument in UDC 00/PY. This UDC specifies only whether withholdings are saved in permanent files or in unfulfilled withholding tables. This UDC does not affect withholdings calculations.

6.1.3 Related Tables

After you have run the Create Payment Control Groups program (R04570) and before you have updated payments, the system save withholdings in the following tables:

  • The F04573 table and PCG Detail Information Tag Table (F760473A) if taxes were withheld.

  • A/P Payment Control Group File table (F76A81) if taxes were not withheld.

When a payment is updated, the voucher status is updated, the withholding certificates are generated, and the records are saved in the following final tables:

  • The F0411, F0414, A/P Ledger Tag Table - ARG (F760411A), A/P Payment Detail Tag Table (F760414A), and F0911 tables if taxes were withheld.

  • A/P Payment Control Group File (F76A82) if taxes were not withheld.

If the fourth position of the special handling code is a Y, earnings accruals are saved to the Profit Withholding - Payments Done table (F760406A) and the Profit Withholding - Payments Done table (F76A8070) (for copyrights). If the fourth position of the special handling code does not have a Y, no earnings accrual records are saved.

6.1.4 Considerations for Manual Payments

When you create manual payments, the system validates the payment instrument code. If it finds an N, the user is not allowed to enter withholding amounts.

6.1.5 Considerations for Writeoffs

Writeoffs are identified with a V in the VOD field of the F76A82 table. The process for withholding taxes is the same.

6.2 Working with Voucher Entry and Review for Argentina

This section provides overviews of vouchers, CAI number for suppliers, and the process for revising vouchers for Argentina; lists prerequisites, and discusses how to:

  • Set processing options for F0411 Tag File Maintenance (P760411A).

  • Enter voucher additional information.

  • Enter withholding information.

  • Maintain CAI numbers for suppliers.

  • Set up voucher authorization rules.

6.2.1 Understanding Vouchers for Argentina

You use the Standard Voucher Entry program (P0411) to enter vouchers for Argentina. When the user ID profile is set to Argentina, the system displays an additional form where you enter information specific to Argentina.

For the system to access country-specific information, you must set up corresponding versions of:

  • Standard Voucher Entry (P0411).

  • F0411 Tag File Maintenance (P760411A).

  • Voucher Entry MBF Processing Options (P0400047).

For example, if you use version ZJDE0001 of the Standard Voucher Entry program, the system uses version ZJDE0001 of the F0411 Tag File Maintenance - ARG program and version ZJDE0001 of the Voucher Entry MBF Processing Options program.

The system stores country-specific voucher information in the A/P Ledger Tag Table - ARG table (F760411A).

Note:

When you create a voucher, the system assigns to the voucher the value from the Pay Status Code processing option in the Voucher Entry MBF Processing Options program (P0400047). If this processing option is blank, the system uses the default value from the Pay Status (PST) data item. You cannot override the system-assigned payment status.

Also, you cannot modify or delete a voucher if the pay status of any of its lines is listed in the Unchangeable Pay Status (76A/EI) UDC table.

6.2.1.1 Considerations for the Duplication of Invoice Legal Number

The system controls the duplication of invoice legal numbers with the same supplier and legal document type.

To activate the duplicate legal numbers control, you must set up the processing options on the Validate tab for the F0411 Tag File Maintenance program (P760411A).

After you click OK on the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form, if the invoice number is duplicated for the same type of legal document, the system displays the Duplicate Invoice Number form.

If the system displays this form, take one of these actions:

  • Click Cancel.

    When you click Cancel, the voucher is generated with the pay status that is designated in processing option 5 of the F0411 Tag File Maintenance - ARG program (P76A0411A). For the invoice to adopt the pay status from the Pay Status Code processing option for the Voucher Entry MBF Processing Options program (P0400047), you must re-enter the voucher and replace its legal number with one that is not a duplicate, or you must change its legal document type.

  • Replace the legal number with one that is not a duplicate and click OK.

If duplicate number control is not achieved through legal document type (the processing options on the Validate tab for the F0411 Tag File Maintenance program (P760411A) are blank), the system uses the Duplicate Invoice Number Edit setting from the Accounts Payable constants. In this case, when you enter a duplicate number for the invoice, the system returns an error when the detail area of the Enter Voucher - Payment Information form is loaded.

If you receive this error, change the legal number to one that is not a duplicate so that you can continue with voucher creation.

6.2.1.1.1 Exceptional Cases for Duplication Control

The regime regulated by the General Resolutions RG3665 and RG3666 allowed taxpayers registered as small contributors (Monotributistas) to restart the voucher numbering sequence for the type C vouchers they issue. This means that, only for this exceptional case, you may have to enter vouchers from a supplier with a voucher number that was already used (duplicated vouchers). JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Localizations for Argentina provides a solution to handle this exceptional case, using a processing option for the F0411 Tag File Maintenance program (P760411A), in the Validate tab.

When you enter a date in the processing option "Enter the Duplicate Invoice "C" Allowed From (Date)", the system allows entering one voucher with the same number that an existing voucher from the same supplier. The existing voucher must have an issue date prior to the date entered in the processing option, and the issue date for the duplicate number voucher must be later than the date entered.

To better understand how the system processes this exception, suppose you enter the date 01/01/2015 in the processing option and review the following example scenarios for four vouchers type C with the same number from the same supplier:

  1. Voucher where the Issue Date is 01/01/2014: The system allows this voucher entry because this is the first time this voucher number is entered.

  2. Voucher where the Issue Date is 02/02/2014: The voucher triggers the duplication control system because the issue date for this duplicated voucher is before 01/01/2015.

  3. Voucher where the Issue Date is 03/03/2015: The system allows entering this voucher because the issue date is after 01/01/2015 and the date for the existing voucher with the same number is before 01/01/2015.

  4. Voucher where the Issue Date is 04/04/2015: The voucher triggers the duplication control system because there already is an existing voucher with the same number and for the same supplier after 01/01/2015.

6.2.1.2 Considerations for Entering Vouchers for Cleaning Services Withholding

Specify the SUSS withholding concept for the withholding on the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form as illustrated in this table:

Field Value Description
VAT Withholding Concept BIE Goods
G.I. Agreement Code 02 Multilateral Agreement
G.I. Concept Source BIE Goods
G.I. State Source 04 Neuquen
G.I. Concept Destination FLT Shipment
G.I. State Destination 02 Mendoza
Profit Withholding Condition INS Registered
Profit Withholding Concept 30 Goods
Contract Concept 500 More than 500 square meters
S.U.S.S. Concept LIM Cleaning Services

Note:

Values for the S.U.S.S. Concept field are defined in the SUSS Withholding Concept (76/11) UDC table. You can specify the required withholding in this field or leave this field blank if blank is a valid value in the UDC.

To enter an eventual personnel withholding concept, complete the origin jurisdiction as shown in this table, even though gross income is not being withheld:

Field Value Description
VAT Withholding Concept BIE Goods
G.I. Agreement Code 02 Multilateral Agreement
G.I. Concept Source BIE Goods
G.I. State Source 04 Neuquen
G.I. Concept Destination FLT Shipment
G.I. State Destination 02 Mendoza
Profit Withholding Condition INS Registered
Profit Withholding Concept 30 Goods
Contract Concept 500 More than 500 square meters
S.U.S.S. Concept DEF Cleaning Services

6.2.1.3 Understanding Voucher Additional Information for RG 1361

The system displays the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form after you enter a voucher in the Standard Voucher Entry program (P0411), includes the fields that enable you to add the required imported operations information.

The system stores this information in the A/P Ledger Tag Table - ARG table (F760411A) and the additional importation information in the F760411A A/P Tag File - ARG table (F76A411T).

6.2.1.4 Understanding Voucher Additional Information for RG 3685

When you work with VAT reports for RG 3685, you must include in your report several pieces of information that the system captures when you complete the information for your vouchers and the data in the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form that the system displays after you enter a voucher in the Standard Voucher Entry program (P0411).

Additionally, if your company works with imported goods, you must also associate the 16-digit dispatch number that the customs authority assigns to the documents for those transactions. You enter this information in the Work With Supplier Ledger Additional Information form. The program saves this information to the table Localizations Additional Information Fields Accounts Payable Ledger - 04 (F700411).

The system launches this program from the Regional Info row menu option in the Supplier Ledger Inquiry program (P0411), when the Localization Country Code in your user profile is set to AR (Argentina).

Note:

Before you can work with Supplier Ledger Additional Information, ensure the solution has been set up running the Localizations Additional Information Setup program (R7000100).

See Setting Up Localizations Additional Information for Argentina.

6.2.1.5 Understanding Voucher Additional Information for RG 3726

If your company is a withholding agent for foreign beneficiaries, you must relate a credit or debit note reason code to the vouchers that you create for profit withholdings for foreign beneficiaries. You enter this information in the Work With Supplier Ledger Additional Information form. The system saves this information in the Localizations Additional Information Fields Accounts Payable Ledger - 04 table (F700411).

You can access the Work With Supplier Ledger Additional Information form by selecting Regional Info from the Row menu option in the Supplier Ledger Inquiry program (P0411), when the Localization Country Code in your user profile is set to AR (Argentina).

6.2.1.6 Considerations for Profit Gross Up

When you enter the voucher, add an additional line with the calculated gross up amount, a tax explanation code of E, and the tax area associated with 0 percent tax.

For example, suppose that the retention quota for payments to foreigners is 10 percent and that the amount to pay is 1000 USD.

If it had been agreed that the foreign payee would receive a tax-free amount of 1000 USD, the grossed up amount would be 1111 USD. Ten percent of 1000 USD is 111 USD (withholding), and the foreign payee thus receives 1000 USD (1111 USD – 111 USD). For this reason, the voucher must have two lines: one for 1000 USD with the amount's corresponding tax area, and another for 111 USD with a tax explanation code of E and a tax area defined in UDC 76A/AC, as shown in this example:

Pay Item Gross Amount Tax Ex Tax Rate/Area
001 1.000,00 V EXENTO
002 111,00 E ACRECENTA

Note:

If you need to exclude the gross up amount from the Purchase VAT Subledger, you must exclude the detail lines of vouchers with a tax area that is defined for gross ups. To do this exclusion, you must ensure that the supplier is set up with the most current data in the Country and Person/Corporation Code fields on the Address Book Revision form and in the A/B Legal Document Type - Argentina and Tax ID fields on the A/B Additional Information - Revision form.

6.2.1.7 Considerations for Purging Vouchers

When you run the Purge Closed A/P Records program (R04800), the system moves the data from the F76A411H table to the F76A411R table.

Complying with the RG 3164 requirement, the program also deletes records from the Payment WH Info table (F704002) inserting them to the Payment WH Info Purge table (F704002P). The user can also restore these records to the Payment WH Info table (F704002) by performing the same operation. If the transactions are located in the F704002 table, they are moved to the F704002P table, and vice versa.

6.2.2 Understanding CAI Numbers for Suppliers with Fiscal Controller

General Resolution 1492 modified the General Resolution 1361, requiring that companies report the CAI number (autoprinter inscription number) and the expiration date of type A and type B invoices.The General Resolution RG3685 included in this requirement the type C vouchers issued by taxpayers registered as small contributors.

For vouchers issued by suppliers with the fiscal controller option, the CAI number is unique for each voucher.

See Exceptional Cases for Duplication Control.

In addition to maintaining and validating CAI numbers, the system handles suppliers with the fiscal controller option.

When you enter legal information for a voucher, the system displays the CAI number and the effective date for the supplier and the issuing place. If this information does not exist, the system issues a warning message. You can manually modify the CAI number and effective date.

Note:

CAI information is mandatory on vouchers for suppliers with the fiscal controller option. This information can be omitted for other suppliers. Vouchers for suppliers without the fiscal controller option use the default value for the CAI number.

When you enter a voucher, the system creates a record of the CAI number for the voucher in the AP Header Tag File - ARG table (F76A411H). If the invoice group for the voucher is other than A, or B, or C, the CAI number is blank in this table.

You use the Work with CAI number program (P76A411H) to assign CAI numbers to vouchers with the fiscal controller option. You can modify the CAI number for vouchers that meet these conditions:

  • The voucher's invoice group is A, B, or C.

  • The CAI number has 14 digits.

  • The CAI number is not blank.

  • The voucher is not voided.

  • The voucher is not included in the VAT RG1361 magnetic file.

You cannot review vouchers without invoice group A, B, or C, or vouchers that are not in the mode of General Resolution 100.

If you change the AFIP document type of a voucher during the voucher entry, the system validates the CAI information when you click OK, based on the original document type.

6.2.3 Understanding the Process for Revising Vouchers for Argentina

The processing option for the PO - A/P Speed Release - ARG program (P76A115) determines which information can be changed for a voucher using Speed Status Change. These user types are valid:

  • Approver

    Can modify the Pay Status and Remarks fields.

  • Treasurer

    Can modify the Pay Status, Remarks, and Payee Number fields.

  • Payer

    Can modify all fields.

    Note:

    Each user's authority to modify vouchers from one status to another and up to a specific amount is defined in the Voucher Authorization Rules program (P760409A).

6.2.4 Prerequisites

Before performing the tasks in this section:

6.2.5 Forms Used to Work With Vouchers for Argentina

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Enter Voucher - Payment Information W0411A Standard Voucher Entry (G0411), Standard Voucher Entry

Click Add on the Supplier Ledger Inquiry form.

Enter basic voucher information.
Voucher Additional Information Revision W760411AC Click OK on the Enter Voucher - Payment Information form. Enter general voucher information for Argentina as well as import information. The information you enter applies to the entire voucher.

After you access this form, you must complete the transaction. You cannot cancel the transaction

Work With Supplier Ledger Additional Information W700411A On the Supplier Ledger Inquiry form, select a record and click Regional Info from the Row menu Enter additional voucher information.
G/L Distribution W0411K Click OK on the Voucher Additional Information Revision form. Enter GL distribution information for the voucher.
Withholding Additional Information Revision W760411AE Click OK on the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form. Enter withholding information for each voucher pay item. You can specify different withholding concepts for different pay items.
Enter CAI Information W76A411HB Set Up RG100 (G76A100), Work With CAI Number

Click Select on the Work With CAI Information form.

Assign CAI numbers to vouchers with the fiscal controller option.
Add Voucher Authorization Rules Maintenance W760409AA Additional Features – Set up (G76A116), Voucher Authorization Rules

Click Add on the Work with Voucher Authorization Rules Maintenance form.

Specify the users who can change the status of vouchers up to a given amount.

6.2.6 Setting Processing Options for F0411 Tag File Maintenance (P760411A)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

6.2.6.1 General

These processing options let you set up default information for voucher entry.

Default Cost Center

Enter the default cost center.

Number of Days

Enter the number of days to calculate the limit date for the vouchers.

6.2.6.2 RG/100

This processing option lets you specify whether you are processing vouchers corresponding to RG 100.

RG 100

Enter 1 if you are processing vouchers corresponding to RG 100 or leave this processing option blank for vouchers not included in that regulation.

6.2.6.3 Validate

These processing options let you set up legal number validation.

Legal Document Type

Enter 1 to incorporate the legal document type in the duplicate invoice legal number validation.

Pay Status

Enter the pay status to assign to vouchers if the invoice legal number is duplicated.

Duplicate Invoice "C" Allowed From (Date)

Enter the date value that specifies from when the system allows the use of duplicate legal invoice numbers for the voucher type "C".

If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses 01/01/2015

See Exceptional Cases for Duplication Control.

6.2.6.4 Display (Release 9.2 Update)

This processing option lets you specify whether you want to enable the Profit Withholding Condition (A003) and Small Contributor Classification (A013).

Enter 1 to enable Profit Withholding Condition (A003) and Small Contributor Classification (A013) columns.

Leave it blank to have default disabled columns.

6.2.6.5 Invoice Number (Release 9.2 Update)

This processing option lets you specify whether you want alphanumeric or numeric invoice number.

Blank - Invoice Number will be alphanumeric (any length).

1 - Invoice Number will be numeric and must be of 13 digits with padded zeros.

6.2.7 Entering Voucher Additional Information for Argentina

Access the Voucher Additional Information - Revision form.

6.2.7.1 General Information

Select the General Information tab.

AFIP Transaction Document Type

Specify the legal document type given by the fiscal authority.

The system populates the Document Type and Invoice Group fields according to the tax area that is used in the voucher, and the relationship that is set up for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne internal documents and AFIP documents.

Invoice Group

Specify the code that identifies the invoice group. Values are:

A

B

C

Voucher Pages

Enter the number of pages for the voucher.

The number of pages must be reported in the Purchase VAT magnetic backup.

Autoprinter Inscription Number

Enter the unique ID given to all the companies that are autoprinters (that is, companies that print their own invoices). This number is assigned to suppliers by legal authorities in Argentina, as stated in General Resolution 100.

These companies must be registered and authorized by legal authorities to print their invoices. Once they are registered and authorized, they are given a CAI number (autoprinter inscription number), which they must print on every invoice.

Operation Code

Enter a code that exists in the Operations Code (76A/OC) UDC table to specify the type of operation, such as exempt operation, import operation, export operation, and so on.

If the voucher has exempt lines, this field cannot be blank.

Fiscal Controller

Enter a code that exists in the Fiscal Controller (76A/CF) UDC table to indicate whether the voucher was printed by a fiscal controller.

6.2.7.2 Import Information

Select the Import Information tab.

Customs Code

If you complete this field, you must also complete the Customs Voucher Date, Customs Voucher Number, and Destination Code fields.

Customs Voucher Date

Enter the date that is used for goods imports.

Customs Voucher Number

Enter the voucher number given by customs for goods imports.

Destination Code

Enter a code that identifies the type of destination. These codes are hard-coded.

6.2.8 Entering Supplier Ledger Additional Information

Access the Work With Supplier Ledger Additional Information form.

6.2.8.1 String Data

The information that you enter in the pre-defined fields listed in this tab is a set of alpha-numeric characters.

Dispatch Number

Enter the 16-digits dispatch number that the Customs Office assigns to the voucher for a transaction that involves imported goods.

6.2.9 Entering Withholding Information for Argentina

Access the Withholding Additional Information Revision form.

Note:

You must enter the same VAT withholding concept for all lines.
VAT Wh (value-added tax withholding)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-VAT Withholding Concept (76/02) UDC table to specify the VAT withholding concept that applies to the voucher.

G.I. Agr (gross income agreement)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Agreement Code (76/01) UDC table to specify the gross income agreement that applies to the voucher.

GI CptSr (gross income concept source)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Concept - Source (76/05) UDC table to specify source of the gross income source.

GI StSr (gross income state source)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. State - Source (76/09) UDC table to specify the source of the gross income state.

GI CptDt (gross income concept destination)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Concept-Destination (76/06) UDC table to specify the destination.

GI StDt (gross income state destination)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. State-Destination (76/10) UDC table to specify the state of the destination.

Sm.Cont Class. (small contributor classification)

Enter the small contributor classification.

Pft WhCpt (profit withholding concept)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Profit WH Concept (76/04) UDC table to specify the concept of the profit.

Cnt Cpt (contract concept)

Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Contract Concept (76/07) UDC table to specify the concept of the contract.

S.U.S.S Cpt (sistema único de seguridad social concept)

Enter a value that exists in the SUSS Withholding Concept (76/11) UDC table to specify the S.U.S.S. concept.

6.2.10 Maintaining CAI Numbers for Suppliers with Fiscal Controller

Access the Enter CAI Information form

Autoprinter Inscription Number-ARG-76A

Enter the unique ID given to all the companies that are autoprinters (that is, companies that print their own invoices). This number is assigned to suppliers by legal authorities in Argentina, as stated in General Resolution 100.

These companies must be registered and authorized by legal authorities to print their invoices. Once they are registered and authorized, they are given a CAI (autoprinter inscription number), which they must print on every invoice.

6.2.11 Setting Up Voucher Authorization Rules

You set up voucher authorization rules to authorize different users to change the status of vouchers up to a given amount.

Access the Add Voucher Authorization Rules Maintenance form.

Max. Domestic Amount (maximum domestic amount)

Enter the amount of an invoice or voucher pay item that is unpaid.

6.2.12 Setting Processing Options for PO - A/P Speed Release - ARG (P76A115)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

6.2.12.1 General

Enter User Type

Enter 1 if the user is an approver. Enter 2 if the user is a treasurer. Leave this processing option blank if the user is the payer.

6.3 Working with Batch Vouchers for Argentina

This section provides an overview of the F0411A1 tag table generation; lists a prerequisite; and lists the forms used to work with batch vouchers.

6.3.1 Understanding the F0411Z1 Tag Table Generation

The F0411Z1 Tag Table - ARG - 04 table (F76A30) saves additional information about vouchers that is different from the additional supplier information, which is stored in the A/B Tag Table - ARG table (F760101A).

After you have uploaded vouchers to the Voucher Transactions - Batch Upload table (F0411Z1), you must generate the F76A30 table by using the same process that you use to generate the F0411Z1 table.

When you process a batch of vouchers in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable system, the system processes the information obtained from the F76A30 table as follows for each voucher in the F0411Z1 table:

  • If a corresponding record exists in table F76A30 with the same key, the system generates a record in the A/P Ledger Tag Table - ARG table (F760411A) by using the information from table F76A30.

  • If no corresponding record exists in the F76A30 table, the system generates a record in the F760411A table by using supplier tax information from the F760101A table.

The F76A30 table does not need to include information pertaining to every supplier that is included in the F0411Z1 table. Only those vouchers for which the tax information differs from the supplier's tax information need to have a record in the F76A30 table.

The system does not validate the data in the F76A30 table. It assumes that the data is correct.

The system transfers all of the information from the F76A30 table, including those fields that are left blank. The system does not assign default values.

6.3.2 Prerequisite

Set up AFIP document type relationships to cross-reference JD Edwards EnterpriseOne document types and legal invoice groups to legal document types.

6.3.3 Forms Used to Work with Batch Vouchers for Argentina

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Work with voucher batch local information W76A30B Additional Features – Set up (G76A116), F0411Z1 Tag File Maintenance Locate, select, and delete voucher additional information for Argentina in the F0411Z1 Tag Table - ARG - 04 table (F76A30).
Review voucher local information W76A30D Select a voucher on the Work with voucher batch local information form. Review or revise Argentina-specific information for batch vouchers. You can also use this form to add Argentine information for a batch voucher.
Withholding Additional Information Revision W76A30A Click OK on the Review voucher local information form. Review Argentine withholding information for a batch voucher. You can also use this form to add Argentine withholding information to a batch voucher.

6.4 Generating the TXT Payments File for Argentina

This section provides an overview of generating TXT payments and discusses how to:

  • Add information for TXT payments.

  • Run the TXT Payment Generation program.

  • Set processing options for TXT Payment Generation (R76A0441).

6.4.1 Understanding the TXT Payment File Process

The process for generating the TXT payment file involves adding information for TXT payments and generating the TXT payment file.

6.4.1.1 Adding Information for TXT Payments

You can use the Additional Payment Information program (P76A0440) to add the information that is required for payments with endorsed checks. You can also use this program to enter payment detail information for payments that were made by other means.

The system uses information from the standard payment tables and information from the processing options of the TXT Payment Generation program (R76A0441) to generate the TXT payment report.

You can modify and delete information in the Additional Payment Information program until you have processed that information by running the TXT Payment Generation program in final mode.

To change the bank tax ID (type 03 or 06) for an existing check, you must delete the record and add a new one. You cannot change the bank tax ID.

The system saves information that you enter in the Additional Payment Information program to the Check Details RG1547 - ARG - 04 table (F76A0440).

6.4.1.2 Generating the TXT Payments File

The TXT Payment Generation program (R76A0441) writes records to the Text Processor Header (F007101) and Text Process Detail (F007111) tables. You use the Text File Processor (P007101) to copy the text files from the F007101 and F007111 tables to text files that you can submit for tax reporting. These records contain information about payments from the F76A0440 table.

When you run the TXT Payment Generation program in proof mode, the system generates a report of payments and errors found.

When you run the TXT Payment Generation program in final mode, the system generates a report that includes information about the total payment with information from the processing options and from the standard payments tables. The system marks records in table F76A0440 as processed. The system includes records that have errors.

The system retrieves the following payment data:

  • Check number

    The system retrieves check numbers from the F76A0440 table, if possible. If the information from the F76A0440 table does not equal the total amount of the payment, the system uses the document number from the payment as the check number for the remaining amount.

  • Bank tax ID

    The system retrieves the tax ID of the issuing bank from the F76A0440 table, if possible. If the information from the F76A0440 table does not equal the total amount of the payment, the system uses the CUIT number from the bank's address book record for the remaining amount.

  • Payment instrument

    The system retrieves the payment instrument from the F76A0440 table, if possible. Otherwise, the system uses the payment instrument that is specified in the processing options of the TXT Payment Generation program.

  • Signer tax ID

    The system retrieves the tax ID of the signer from the F76A0440 table, if possible. Otherwise, the system uses the signer tax ID from the processing options of the TXT Payment Generation program.

  • Gross amount

    The system uses the total of the checks that are associated with the payment in the F76A0440 table. If no checks are listed in F76A0440 table, the system uses the total payment amount. If the total of the checks is less than the total payment amount, the system records the difference using the document number from the payment.

  • Currency code

    The system uses the value from the Special Handling Code field of the Foreign Currency Codes (00/CC) UDC for the payment currency. If UDC 00/CC is not set up, the system issues an error message.

If you use multiple versions of the TXT Payment Generation program for different payment instruments, the first version that you run must be set to clear the file, and the subsequent versions must be set to write additional information to the file. You specify in a processing option whether to clear the file. The data selection of the different versions does not have to be superimposed to avoid duplicate records. You have to run everything from the beginning when a subsequent version runs incorrectly.

6.4.1.3 TXT Payments File Layout (Release 9.2 Update)

You must export the data from the F76A0441 table to a flat file that conforms to a specific format. Complete numeric fields with zeros to the left and alphanumeric fields with blanks to the right. The format is:

No From To Length Description Type
1 1 8 8 Cancellation date Numeric (N)
2 9 10 2 Payment type N
3 11 40 30 Payment type identification (table) Character (C)
4 41 51 11 CUIT original issuing endorsed check N
5 52 66 15 Payment amount N
6 67 77 11 Bank CUIT N
7 78 79 2 Payment procedure (table) N
8 80 90 11 Supplier CUIT N
9 91 120 30 Supplier name C
10 121 123 3 Legal document type N
11 124 136 13 Invoice number N
12 137 151 15 Invoice amount N
13 152 154 3 Currency code N

6.4.2 Forms Used to Add Information for TXT Payments

Form Name Form ID Navigation Usage
Work With Payments W76A0440A Payment Information - RG 1547 (G76A1547), Additional Payment Information Locate payments.
Work with check detail W76A0440B On the Work With Payments form, select a records and click Select. Click Add.
Check detail entry W76A0440C On the Work With check detail form, click Add. Enter information for TXT payments.

6.4.3 Adding Information for TXT Payments

Access the Check detail entry form.

Bank Tax ID

Enter the number that identifies your company to the tax authority. This number can include the tax ID number for an individual, a federal or state corporate tax ID, a sales tax number, and so on.

Do not enter hyphens (dashes), slashes, spaces, or other punctuation in the tax identification number.

The Bank ID is required if the payment type is 03 or 06.

Signer Tax ID

Enter the identification code that various tax authorities require. This can be a social security number, federal or state corporate tax ID, sales tax number, and so on. The system verifies the number and prints the separators in their correct format, according to the value of TAXC (Person/Corporation Code). If no value exists for TAXC, the system uses the Corporate Entity.

The Signer Tax ID is required if the payment type is 06.

6.4.4 Running the TXT Payment Generation Program

Select Payment Information - RG 1547 (G76A1547), TXT Payment Generation.

6.4.5 Setting Processing Options for TXT Payment Generation (R76A0441)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

6.4.5.1 General

Payment Instrument

Specify the payment type to assign to amounts for which a payment type has not been assigned in the F76A0440 table. Values are stored in the Payment Types (76A/PT) UDC table. If you leave this processing option blank, the report produces an error.

Tax Identification Number

Specify the signer tax ID to assign to amounts for which a signer tax ID has not been assigned in the F76A0440 table. The signer tax ID is required if the payment type is 06.

Clear File

Specify 1 to clear the F76A0441 table before generating new records. If you leave this processing option blank, the system adds new records without erasing previously processed records.

Note:

If you use multiple versions of the TXT Payment Generation program, run the first version with this processing option set to 1 and subsequent versions with the processing option blank. If a version produces incorrect results, you must clear the file and run all versions again.
Mode

Enter 1 to run the program in final mode. If you leave this processing option blank, the system runs the program in proof mode.

6.5 Mapping Fields in the F0411Z1 Tag Table - ARG - 04 Table (F76A30) for Argentina

This section contains a list of the fields in the F0411Z1 Tag Table - ARG table (F76A30) and the values to enter.

Field Description Value to Enter
V8EDUS User ID Enter the value that exists in the EDI - User ID (VLEDUS) field in the F0411Z1 table.
V8EDBT Batch Enter the value that exists in the EDI - Batch Number (VLEDBT) field in the F0411Z1 table.
V8EDTN Transaction Number Enter the value that exists in the EDI - Transaction Number (VLEDTN) field in the F0411Z1 table.
V8AINC Voucher included in Sales VAT subledger Enter 1 if the transaction is already reported on Sales VAT report.
V8AADJ Customs Date Enter the date in the Julian format. Complete this field if the voucher is an import voucher.
V8AADN Dispatch Number Complete this field if the voucher is an import voucher. The system aligns the value to the left.
V8ADGI AFIP Document Type Enter the value from the DGI table.
V8APFC Voucher Pages Enter the number of voucher pages. You must enter a value that is greater than 0.
V8ARED Withholding Adjustment Enter 1 if the withholding adjustment corresponds to a tax withholding adjustment.
V8A001 GI Agreement Code Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Agreement Code UDC (76/01).
V8A002 VAT Withholding Concept Enter a value that exists in the ARG-VAT Withholding Concept UDC (76/02).
V8A003 Profit Withholding Condition Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Profit WH Condition UDC (76/03).
V8A004 Profit Withholding Concept Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Profit WH Concept UDC (76/04).
V8A005 GI Concept Source Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Concept - Source UDC (76/05).
V8A006 GI Concept Destination Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. Concept-Destination UDC (76/06).
V8A007 Contract Withholding Concept Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Contract Concept UDC (76/07).
V8A008 Customs Code Enter a value that exists in the ARG-Custom Code UDC (76/08).
V8A009 GI Source - State Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. State - Source UDC (76/09).
V8A010 GI Destination - State Enter a value that exists in the ARG-G.I. State-Destination UDC (76/10).
V8A011 Eventual Withholding Concept Enter a value that exists in the SUSS Withholding Concept UDC (76/11).
V8A012 Future use Leave this field blank.
V8A013 Future use Leave this field blank.
V8A014 Future use Leave this field blank.
V8A015 Future use Leave this field blank.
V8URAB Future use Leave this field blank.
V8URAT Future use Leave this field blank.
V8URDT Date Enter the date that is 15 days after the invoice is received. This field is used only as limiting criteria for speed release. This field is optional.
V8URC1 RG 100 Box Enter 1 if the records corresponds to RG 100.
V8URRF Future use Leave this field blank.
V8AGRP Invoice Letter Enter A,B, or C.
V8AOP Payment order number Enter the payment order number only if paid vouchers are being processed in batch.