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W-2 Other Codes for Box 12

| 01/23/2014 | 0 Comments

  With the W-2 season upon us, I thought now would be a good time to point out some items that should live in Box 12; but often don’t make it there. I’m not attempting to give any tax or accounting advice, just to share some information with you about Box 12. Box 12 looks simple enough, but oh what a secret she keeps: Recently, I posted an article about common errors regarding retirement account information.

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OFF-TOPIC: Batch Print Multiple Files in Mac OS X Without Opening Them – Jesse Chapman @jessechapman

One of my users use Mac OS X Mavericks and his major concern was to batch print files in a folder without opening each one of them. He somehow (?!?!?!) trusted my expertise in Mac OS to find a solution. My best friend, Google , came to my rescue again

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Dynamics GP Excel Dashboard available now!

| 01/17/2014 | 0 Comments

  This comes to us from one of Dynamics GP’s finest, the infamous Mark Polino! Jump to  www.DynamicAccounting.net/Analytics to get more details. This is the truly painless way to get started with Excel dashboards, have someone else do it for you .

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2014 Payroll Tax Tables–how to fill out manually

| 01/17/2014 | 0 Comments

I’ve been getting quite a few calls lately about how to get the new 2014 tax tables if they can no longer get them from Microsoft. These folks are on versions 9 or 10, so they are out of luck on the download. Scandalous though it may be to remain on an unsupported version, they still have to update their tax tables.

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Review of Victoria Yudin’s ‘Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation’

Having just reviewed Victoria Yudin’s new book this week I can say ‘wow – what a treasure trove of information’.  You can tell from the very beginning that the book was written by someone who knows implementing GP cold.  A person could literally sit down with SQL Server and GP install media in one hand, this book in the other and install GP in an afternoon with the confidence that it has been installed properly.  But much, much further than that, the book lays out step-by-step instructions on putting together a GP implementation team, project plan, infrastructure, SQL Server and GP configuration, data migration, user training etc., etc.  Every base is covered, along with tips, tricks and traps.   If you’re even considering implementing or re-implementing any version of Dynamics GP, this publication is a must have.  You can get it at Packt  or any one of the booksellers below in print, ebook, or both.       Another great addition to your GP toolkit.  Way to go Victoria!

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#MSDYNGP Extender View Involving Extender Window/Form – Strange “Add Link” Issue & Reason.

Firstly, I am not sure whether I should categorise this as an issue. Let me explain this with an example.

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Six Microsoft Dynamics GP Predictions for 2014

| 01/13/2014 | 0 Comments
Six Microsoft Dynamics GP Predictions for 2014

Mark Polino shares his Five Microsoft Dynamics GP Predictions for 2014 over at MSDynamicsWorld.com . Its a great list, and if I may add a sixth prediction – Significantly Increased Adoption of Dynamics GP on Azure Hosting GP on Azure Infrastructure Services is quick, cheap, efficient and scalable. I have already seen quite a few customers, and partners take the lead on this

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