In all the 2020 excitement, I realized I never posted about the 2020 Year End update. I think 2020 for me was all about getting through day to day things and I just forgot about this. Anyway, I’m back to blogging semi-regularly again and it’s that time of year again.
The CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) released their T4127 guide for January 1, 2022 very late this year (December 14th). Typically Microsoft (& other software vendors) get in late November to allow them adequate time to update their software for the new year tax changes.
Update 3: December 22, 2021 – The CanPay update is ready. See below.
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This post is about an issue that I found when testing the ROE (Record of Employment) functionality for a client in Dynamics GP. (Since “ROE” is a generic term, this post is specifically about a bug in the Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll module). I opened a case for it and it was quickly confirmed and written up as a quality issue (#91928 in case you need to add yourself or your customer to the list of affected clients).
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Well, it’s finally the end of the series and this one is a short-ish one where I review some last minute tips.
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Much of the upgrade series so far has been about “knowing your environment”. As I get closer to the end of the overall series, there are a couple more topics to discuss. Today’s topic is testing and what to consider/plan for.
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This is the last post in the upgrade series that is specifically about “knowing your environment”. After this I will branch out into other topics but for now, I am doing a catch-all of smaller things I may not have noted in prior posts.
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My last post was about integrations and what to consider for that in terms of testing and planning. Today’s post is about reporting. The previous posts are linked below for what I’ve covered thus far in the series!
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My last post was a few months ago and since then I’ve gotten a little distracted with other things (summer, nicer weather, etc.). I’m ready to try to catch up and finish this upgrade series, continuing on for now with the “know your environment” topic. So far I have covered some product terminology, product types & ISV products, and a bit about identifying external applications. In this post, I will talk about what I look for in terms of integrations and things to consider for upgrades.
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In my last post, I continued on the “know your environment” topic. So far I have 2 parts to that with a background on the elements to be aware of with core Microsoft components of Dynamics GP plus ISV products, where they are modules/functionality within the Dynamics GP client. In this post, I will delve into external ISV products.
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A week or so ago, the mid-year update for Dynamics GP was dropped. For Dynamics GP Canadian Payroll users, there are only tax changes in 1 jurisdiction – New Brunswick. In addition to the CPY updates, there are a number of other fixes in this update. As is typical with the mid-year update, it is more than just Canadian Payroll updates, it’s a full service pack.
For all of the details on the other changes, please refer to Terry Heley’s blog post. There are simply too many updates listed to summarize!
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In my last post in this Dynamics GP upgrade series, I talked about getting to know your environment. The importance of understanding some of the moving parts cannot be understated, if you are “in charge” of your environment in any meaningful way. Reading this series won’t allow you to bypass utilizing a partner or consultant for some things, but hopefully it gives you more background to understand different parts of the environment, and perhaps fill some knowledge gaps.
In this blog post, I will continue on the Know Your Environment angle, continuing from where I left off. I covered most of the core Dynamics GP “Microsoft” elements of a given environment but ignored ISVs plus many other parts of the environment to be aware of. Overall this part of the upgrade series may still take more than 2 posts to adequately cover!
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