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Section 3. The system does not consider interest on installment payments when generating notas fiscais. You also set up some base software UDCs with Brazil-specific values. Set up these UDCs before you process supplier withholding for Brazil:. You set up document types so that you can identify, group, and process similar transactions.

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You also set up some base software UDCs with Brazil-specific values. Section 3. Before you can work with Supplier Withholding, you must set up UDCs that the system uses to process it.

In addition to the hard-coded document types that are used throughout the software, you can set up document types that are based on your specific business needs.

For example, you might set up these document types for Brazil:. To process INSS taxes, you must set up special handling codes for the Brazil-specific document types to specify an operation type and to create a cross-reference between the two-character document types that JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software uses and the three-character Brazilian document types.

Set up the special handling code with three or four characters. The system uses the first character to determine the operation type of the transaction, and uses characters 2, 3, and 4 to determine the Brazil-specific document type. If you do not set up special handling codes for Brazil-specific document types, the system uses these values when you process records for INSS taxes:.

C: Accounts payable vouchers and accounts receivable invoices. You might set up different codes for different circumstances under which an individual or cooperative is subject to INSS aggregation and retention contributions. For example, set up different purchase use codes when the INSS contribution rate for one group of individuals differs from another group. The system uses the values that you specify in the Description 02 field to determine the INSS contribution rate for aggregation and retention.

You can enter a value for retention, for aggregation, or for both. The system compares the purchase use code to the values in the F76B table to obtain the contribution rate.

If the purchase use code has two values in the Description 02 field, the system accesses the F table twice:. Use the special handling code to specify this tax information:.

Set up codes for income tax deductions for retired persons. Enter the amount of the deduction in the Description 01 field. The system uses the schedule to calculate income taxes for persons who are retired and who have provided a service that is included on a nota fiscal.

Set up codes for the income tax deductions for the dependents of an individual. The system uses the codes when it calculates income tax for an individual who has provided a service that is included on a nota fiscal.

These values are hard-coded in the system:. The only hard-coded value is 1A4MA1R. Set up codes for the schedule of INSS taxes. The system uses these codes when calculating taxes for services that are on a nota fiscal.

The descriptions that you associate with the codes appear on the voucher. Values 00 through 07 are hard-coded in Brazilian localization, but you can change the descriptions to suit your needs. The only value considered for the DIRF report is code All other values are out of scope of this report. The code comprises four digits. The first two digits are the month, and the second two digits are the year.

You enter a payment term for the description of the code. Use this UDC to specify the document types for which the system does not calculate taxes. Before using electronic banking, you must set up UDCs that the system uses to process inbound and outbound automatic receipts.

Record types identify the components in the flat files that you use to electronically transfer banking data. The two transaction type UDCs that are hard-coded for use with the Brazil electronic banking applications are listed in this table:. Set up UDCs for the banks with which you do business. The system relates a three-digit code to a bank that you set up.

For example, you can set up these codes:. Set up UDCs for bank status to track the status of the accounts receivable information that you send to the bank for processing. Set up receive transaction status codes to indicate the status of the duplicata that you receive from the bank that is responsible for collecting the accounts receivable invoices.

When the bank sends a file to you to confirm the receipt of the transmission, the system processes the files that contain a 1 in the Special Handling field of this UDC. If the system does not find a 1 in the Special Handling field, it does not process the return transaction.

Set up send transaction status codes to indicate the status of the duplicata that you send to the bank that is responsible for collecting the Accounts Receivable invoices.

For example, you can set up these document types:. Attributes that begin with an S are constants. For example, S is the attribute for zeros; and S is the attribute for blanks. Attributes that begin with a Z are defined by each transaction application. For example, Z is the company tax ID and Z is the company name. Some hard-coded attributes have a value in the Special Handling field. A value of 1 means that information originating in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system is cross-referenced to information that is provided by the bank.

A value of 2 means that information originating with the bank is cross-referenced to information in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system. For the Payment process, the value for the Alpha Name field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Payee Number field in the F table.

For the Payment process, the value for the Person Corporation Code field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Payee Address Number field in the F table. You must create a bank cross-reference. For the Receipt process, the value for the Person Corporation Code field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table.

For the Payment process, the value from the Tax ID field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Payee Address Number field in the F table. The system creates an RF invoice with a calculated fee amount that is based on the daily late fee amount in the F76B03B1 table. The system creates two RF invoices: one for the amount paid to the bank, and the other to the bank with fee amount difference.

The system performs receipt first on fee invoice, and then the difference on the original invoice. If the processing option is set to Bank 1 , the value is If the processing option for Boleto Emitter is set to Company 2 , the attribute value is determined like this:. This process is the first process to find an invoice. If this field is blank, the system uses the Bank Duplicata number.

If the Bank processing option does not have a value, 01 is used. If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the value for the Address 1 field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table. If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the first five digits of the Postal Code field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table.

If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the last three digits of the Postal Code field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table. If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the value for the Address 2 field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table.

If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the value for the Address 3 field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table. If the Customer Address option is blank, uses the value for the Address 4 field in the F table for the address book number that appears in the Address Number field in the F03B11 table. You must set up codes to specify the acceptable separators for decimals. The system uses the Date Separator UDC to format a string of numbers that the system will use as a date.

You must set up codes to specify the acceptable separators for dates. You must set up these UDCs for the system to produce accurate fiscal books. To advance an order line through the order process, you must create order activity rules to establish a sequence of processing steps. The system processes an order line based on the order activity rules that you set up for the order type and line type combination.

For example, you can set up these order activity rules for Brazil:. Set up codes to identify programs that use text messages. It also includes a code that you use to identify text for a correction request to a nota fiscal. Set up free port zone codes to indicate whether a company is located in a free port zone. For example, you can set up these free port zone codes:. Set up receive document types for sales reverse to indicate which line types you use to reverse a sale.

For example, you can set up this document type:. Set up return document types for sales return to indicate which line types you use for sales returns. The values in the Description 01 and the Description 02 fields are the Ficha numbers section numbers within the DIPI Annual Movements report to which the system writes the customer information.

It then determines the Ficha section where data about the customer is included. Use these codes to group IPI taxes for a day period. Several fiscal book programs use these codes. The value in the Description 01 field is the Ficha report , and the value in the Description 02 field is the line number of the report.

It then determines the report and line for which to print the data. In the Codes field, enter a code that is a concatenation of each transaction nature, plus a suffix. You must enter the demonstrative code, by which the tax amounts are summed, in the Description 01 field. To sum the tax amounts by more than one demonstrative code, enter all of the codes in the Description 01 field and separate them with spaces. You use the Invoice Type codes to specify whether a transaction was completed as a cash or an installment transaction.

The values are hard-coded:. The system uses the codes in the Related to Energy and Petroil UDC table to accumulate amounts on notas fiscais that are related to energy and petrol. The Codes field contains a code that is a concatenation of a transaction nature code plus a suffix.

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You also set up some base software UDCs with Brazil-specific values. Section 3. Before you can work with Supplier Withholding, you must set up UDCs that the system uses to process it. In addition to the hard-coded document types that are used throughout the software, you can set up document types that are based on your specific business needs. For example, you might set up these document types for Brazil:. To process INSS taxes, you must set up special handling codes for the Brazil-specific document types to specify an operation type and to create a cross-reference between the two-character document types that JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software uses and the three-character Brazilian document types.

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