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W-2 file rejected by Social Security Administration – sum of RW records does not equal RT total record

Posted: May 29th, 2014

For the 2013 year’s W-2 filing season, we had a customer with a payroll of hundreds of employees whose W-2 file was rejected by the Social Security Administration (SSA).  There were a couple of informational errors, such as the submitter Employer Identification Number (EIN) and the employer EIN being the same, and a handful of social security numbers were questioned.  Two critical errors were encountered: the RA record was flagged as coming through with a record type of PK instead of RA, and the sum of the RW records was said to not match the RT total record line for federal wage and federa

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Year-End Procedures for Microsoft Dynamics GP

Posted: Nov 5th, 2013

Another year passes and it is time to start discussing year-end closing procedures for the modules in Microsoft Dynamics GP.  Now is the perfect time to review this information, just because it is only done once a year, and also to share information sent out by Microsoft.  The Microsoft Dynamics GP Year-End Close Resource Center conta

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Integrating your POS system with Dynamics GP – Part 2

Posted: Sep 29th, 2013

Restaurant and franchisee companies that are using any Point of Sale (POS) system gather the majority of data from these systems.  In part 1 of this blog series, I discussed the integration of the daily sales and deposits from Point of Sale (POS) systems into GP.  In this blog article, I will discuss the additional two integration points of Accounts Payable and Payroll.

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Mitigating the risk of implementing a software application

Posted: Sep 17th, 2013

The process of purchasing a new software application for your business can be risky.  Likely solutions may come from research, referrals, or possibly through marketing efforts from software vendors.  From this point, companies will begin the process of further discovery and product demos. 

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Here is the latest listing for the GP 2013 Charts and KPIs!

Posted: Sep 8th, 2013

Charts and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are great tools to provide us with a quick visual reference of analysis without sifting through complex details. Here is the latest listing for GP 2013:

Financial      

  Accounts Payable Days Outstanding Detail 

  Accounts Payable Days Outstanding KPI 

  Accounts Payable Days Outstanding KPI Detail 

  Accounts Receivable Days Outstanding Detail 

  Accounts Receivable Days Outstanding KPI 

  Accounts Receivable Days Outstanding KPI Detail 

  Cash Position Detail 

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SmartList Export to Excel values are 0

Posted: May 9th, 2013

A customer brought an issue to our attention with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and exporting SmartLists to Excel. Using the Employee default to create a new Smartlist, if you add a column called “Vacation Accrual Amount”, in SmartList after that column is added, the values show up in SmartList just fine.   However, when you export the list to Excel the values for this column are zero in Excel. If you export this to Word, the values are there.

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Attention! Microsoft has released the new Payroll 941 service pack

Posted: Mar 28th, 2013

Microsoft has released the Payroll service pack for the 941 form changes from the IRS for the 2013 year. This service pack is only available for Microsoft Dynamics GP2010 and GP2013 and we highly recommend that ALL payroll customers apply the service pack. There is not service pack for Microsoft Dynamics GP10.

Information regarding the install:

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Payroll Tax Update error: Unhandled exception has occurred…

Posted: Mar 6th, 2013

Payroll tax updates can take place throughout the year – it’s never necessarily limited to just the beginning of the new year.  With this in mind, it is very important to keep up with installing the latest tax updates at the proper time.

As easy as the automatic update is for taxes, a lot of users run into the error “Unhandled exception has occurred in a component in your application.  If you click Continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue.”

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FICA – Employer and Employee amounts don’t match due to rounding – Update 02-01-2013

Posted: Feb 22nd, 2013

This is an update to an issue submitted recently.  When running 2013 payrolls, some customers are seeing rounding issues on the check registers where the employer and employee FICA  Social Security amounts don’t match, off by pennies, when the rate is the same (both at  6.2 rate). Just a little background…in the code, Microsoft is rounding both employer and employee the same, but some customers might want these amounts tied out to the penny.   

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