Standard Report - Taxes Summary Lite

Special Logic

  1. The page is separated per Supplier
  2. There are two Summary Boxes; Supplier Total and Report Total.
    1. Total shows Total amount under different Tax names for Supplier.
    2. Report Total shows Total amount under different Tax names for whole report.


Report Description

This is a lite version of Taxes Summary Report. The purpose is to provide all the Tax details for a Company.



The new FFCRA Tax Credits fields will appear above the supplier tax totals after the report run completed -

FFCRA Sick Leave Wages + FFCRA Emergency FMLA Wages + FFCRA MED ER Credit (1.45% of qualified wages) + FFCRA FICA ER Credit (6.2% of Total FFCRA Wages Paid) = Total FFCRA Tax Credit.  





Parameter Name




All available Suppliers



All available Branches

Filter for check Branch; will only show branches within the selected Supplier

Date Type

Accounting Period Date, Check Date

Paycheck Accounting Period Date or Invoice Date

Start Date



End Date



Show FFCRA Tax Credits

True / False


Show Local Taxes

True / False




Report Fields

Field Name


Staffing Company

Paycheck Supplier


FEIN of check Supplier

Tax State

State name of State on which tax is implied

Resident Tax

Resident Tax name: Resident Tax value is shown after Tax State as Group header. if there are no Resident Tax setup, then this row will be blank.

Tax Name

Tax Name

Gross Wages

Total Gross Wages earned by Employee in range

Subject Wages

Total Wages Subjected on which Tax is applicable in range

Taxable Wages

Total Wages in which actual Tax is calculated in range

Tax Amount

Total Tax amount deducted in range

FFCRA - Sick Leave

  1. FFCRA - Employee
  2. FFCRA - ARPA Employee (effective 4/1/21)
  3. FFCRA - Dependent Care
  4. FFCRA - ARPA Dependent (effective 4/1/21)
FFCRA - Emergency FMLA
  1. FFCRA - Emergency FMLA
  2. FFCRA - ARPA FMLA (effective 4/1/21)
FFCRA MED ER Credit 1.45% of Total of FFCRA Wages Paid
FFCRA FICA ER Credit 6.2% of total FFRCA transactions



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