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Affordable Care Act and What to do about it

Posted: Nov 4th, 2015

The rollout and detail of how to handle ACA with GP has been difficult to get guidance out of Microsoft. Due to the legality, the final answer to what your company should do lies with your trusted accountant and lawyer.  However we can certainly help explain the options available.

Option 1: Dynamics GP Version Information for ACA

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HRM Solution Series/Payroll Extensions – Overtime Rate Manager Overtime Options in GP 2013

Posted: Mar 25th, 2015

HRM Solution Series/Payroll Extensions – Overtime Rate Manager Overtime Options in GP 2013

The HRM Solutions Series for Microsoft Dynamics GP Payroll contains a number of useful features that work alongside the standard payroll functionality.  A popular feature included in this set of options is the Overtime Rate Manager.  The Overtime Rate Manager is mainly used to perform blended or weighted average overtime calculations, which assist companies in meeting FLSA requirements when a variety of payroll rates exist for individual employees.

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Spring Training is Here!

Posted: Feb 11th, 2015

It’s that time of year when our minds wander ahead and think about the promise of Spring. Why not get in the spirit and get going with Spring Training of your own.

Our training webinar calendar is updated and ready for you and your team to ramp up on the latest!

We have timely and useful content covering What’s New in the latest Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM 2015 releases. If you have scheduled your upgrades or are considering that upgrade soon – these webinars are a must. 

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Dynamics GP Human Resources PTO Accrual

Posted: Jul 14th, 2014
I recently ran into an issue where a customer had made a change to one of their Human Resources Attendance Accruals for paid time off (PTO) the previous year, and they experienced an accrual issue for a large number of employees six months after that change occurred. The change was moving from a fixed amount method per pay run (Pay Period method) to a method based on hours worked per pay run (Hour/Yr). The issue that occurred for a couple hundred employees was that their accrual in the current year suddenly calculated an unusually high accrual amount for one pay run, and then it reverted to a correct amount of PTO after that run.
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Dynamics GP Human Resources PTO Accrual – issues switching from Pay Period to Hour/Yr

Posted: Jun 24th, 2014
I recently ran into an issue where a customer had made a change to one of their Human Resources Attendance Accruals for paid time off (PTO) the previous year, and they experienced an accrual issue for a large number of employees six months after that change occurred. The change was moving from a fixed amount method per pay run (Pay Period method) to a method based on hours worked per pay run (Hour/Yr). The issue that occurred for a couple hundred employees was that their accrual in the current year suddenly calculated an unusually high accrual amount for one pay run, and then it reverted to a correct amount of PTO after that run.
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Payroll Posting Edit List

Posted: Feb 20th, 2013

I think most of us who have implemented GP payroll have come across errors in the check build that a payroll posting account is missing. In an effort to stop these messages and not interrupt the payroll process I will typically add a suspense account for each area in payroll posting (Gross wages, deductions, benefits etc). That way we can analyze the suspense account after payroll is posted.

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Payroll Posting Edit List

Posted: Feb 12th, 2013

I think most of us who have implemented GP payroll have come across errors in the check build that a payroll posting account is missing. In an effort to stop these messages and not interrupt the payroll process I will typically add a suspense account for each area in payroll posting (Gross wages, deductions, benefits etc). That way we can analyze the suspense account after payroll is posted.

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Warning Vacation pay hours exceed employee vacation available on Build Payroll Checks Report

Posted: Dec 17th, 2012

If you are accruing Vacation and Sick in Human Resources (HR) rather than the payroll module in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, after applying the 2012-Year End Service Pack, you may see a warning message on the Build Check File Report. This warning says “Vacation pay hours exceed employee vacation available.”  The good news is you can continue on with processing payroll.  PTO will be accrued appropriately in Microsoft Dynamics GP.  (At this point this only affects Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 SP3)

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