I’m going to file this post under “I’m glad I was late writing it” because in the time that we were notified of a tax change, to the time Dynamics GP tax update code was ready for download, to yesterday’s news that Ontario has cancelled their planned update, things have changed!
Hey, will you look at that? The community has been begging for updated documentation for Dynamics GP for a while now and who gets some love first? Canada! Woot! Woot! Ya baby…
Hey there, Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll clients! Welcome to January and the rare occasion where we have a hotfix for our payroll! Here is the link to the official Microsoft Dynamics GP blog with the details, I encourage you to read what is fixed in case it affects you!
Hey, it’s our favourite time of year again! Canadian Payroll year end tax update time for Dynamics GP. You thought I was going to say Christmas, right?
The tax update for GP 2013 was released today and the tax updates for GP 2015 and GP 2016 are expected to be released tomorrow, Dec 21st. If you are already using GP 2018, you’ll have to wait for the January hotfix for the tax update.
Here is where to find the updates and more info.
It’s that time of year again! Wow, this year is just flying by, isn’t it?
July 1st is nearly upon us and that means for those of us using Dynamics GP & Canadian Payroll, you might have a tax update to install! How else would you want to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, eh?
Continue reading “Canadian Payroll 2017 Mid-Year Update”
Yes, it’s that time of year again!
Here’s an early present from Microsoft: the Canadian Payroll tax updates released a little earlier than normal this year. Yay!
As of writing this (Dec 15th), GP 2016’s download isn’t online yet but the link to the page is correct. Microsoft anticipates it being ready by Dec 16th sometime.
Update Dec 16th: had wrong blog link on Terry’s blog. Also a bit more about GP2016 and GP2015.
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If you are a client using Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll, and use GP’s ROE functionality, this may be of use to you.
If you didn’t need the mid-year 2016 tax update, and only installed the year end 2015 tax update, there were a number of fixes in the ROE (Record of Employment) functions in a January hotfix that you may not have noticed or installed.
A client of mine showed me one issue and I’ve verified with Microsoft that is it one of the fixes in the January hotfix. The specific issue is when creating an ROE, the postal code isn’t being populated in the right box on the ROE window, and it’s a required field.
Continue reading “CanPay ROE Issue with postal code”
For some reason, out of the box, Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll T4 Forms don’t have the employer address. Why? I have no idea… but the information is there to be added easily, and here’s how to add it to your T4 reports for Employer and Employee versions.
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This is about something completely boring but perhaps useful to someone who is verifying Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll vs the Canada Revenue Agency’s payroll deductions online calculator.
I’ve always said, I know how the Canadian Payroll module works, but I am not a Payroll expert. I’m an accountant, not a payroll or HR person; there is a wealth of knowledge someone certified in payroll matters knows that I’ll never know!
Continue reading “How YTD CPP & EI factor into Tax calcs”
After my last post debacle (if you missed it, you missed it!), I’ll stick to blogging about things I know best!
This is a strange one, one of those things that makes you go “hmmmmmm”. I never understand how this happens, if it’s been here for years or just never been noticed?
Continue reading “Cdn Payroll – Things that make you go hmmmm”