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Canadian Payroll - Garnishments, Table V_5KG4_B

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We have a new family support garnishment for an employee in Saskatchewan - we have not had one of these types since go-live in January 2013. 

We do not have a 'Non-exempt model' created in V_5KG4_B for SK jurisdiction.

Do we simply create one?  I would assume this would be standard for Canadian payroll and would be somehow supplied by SAP?

Does anyone have an entry for Saskatchewan in this table?  If so, can you share it with me? 

I did find out that 'Saskatchewan law provides that there is no exemption or amount of money that must be held back from enforcement'.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Janet

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former_member193210
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We also do not have anything in that table that is specific to Saskatchewan, but we do have Models for many Provinces (even though we are only in Ontario).

Since you mention that "Saskatchewan law provides that there is no exemption or amount of money that must be held back from enforcement", perhaps there should not be any Model to set an Amount or a Percentage as "Exempt" or "Non-exempt".

Most important would probably be to make sure that you have a Calculation Rule for Sask. Family Support (in table view V_T52GF).

Note that if you require special limits for a Garnishment, you can set these up in the employee's IT0067.