Most of you have kicked off the new year in high gear, have wrapped up your employee and subcontractor tax filings and many of you are in audit or corporate tax mode. We have several updates that you will want to review packed in this newsletter.
Planning the Year Ahead? Wondering What’s Happening in Your Business? Where do you turn for this data, trends, statistics? It is likely your Sage 300 has a goldmine of information, but how can your quickly and effectively extract and analyze it?
If you have not already moved to Sage C line (Sage 300Cloud) subscription for your Sage 300 systems we highly recommend that you do so at this time. Sage continues to provide incentives to entice you, including: Price protection on renewal cost and increased features only available within Sage 300c.
The start of a new year is a good time of year to ask the tough questions. What are your Gaps? Where is your next crisis likely to come from? Do your gaps impact employee morale? How are your Gaps impacting your bottom line?
The following updates are available for Sage 300 U.S. Payroll: U.S. Payroll Tax Update Q4 SR2 2017 (7.3D) for Sage 300 2018 and 2017, U.S. Payroll Tax Update Q4 SR2 2017 (7.2H) for Sage 300 2016. These SR2 updates include federal and state tax changes for 2018. The IRS recommends using the newest rates by February 15, 2018.
As Sage 300 consultants, we encounter many questions with regard to Bank Services and the bank reconciliations. If you have been using Sage 300 for a long time and/or have a lot of transactions that affect the bank, you may have noticed a significant delay when selecting the Reconciliation tab when using the Reconcile Statements function.
Who needs Revenue and Expense Deferrals? Do you sell services or products that are delivered over several months or years? Does rent, insurance and other similar expenditures make up a large portion of your expenses? In this article we take a close look at how Systronics works.