Partner and ISV Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics GP

I can’t count on a weekly basis how many e-mails I get asking me about an ISV Solution for Dynamics GP. I sometimes reference Solution Finder but as we all know Solution Finder does not always return the results we expect. Well I am happy to announce that we have exported all the ISV’s into…

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Common questions for PM EFT in Microsoft Dynamics GP

There seems to a be a lot of questions around setting up Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) for Payables Management.  First, you will need to obtain the requirements from the bank and adhere to their requirements.  Hopefully one of the standard formats provided in Microsoft Dynamics GP will be what you need, but if not, then you need…

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Guidelines for Payroll W-2 Benefit Reporting

In March 2011, the IRS issued some guidance about Benefits on W-2 forms. Reporting is Voluntary for All Employers for 2011 and Small Employers for 2012The Internal Revenue Service today issued interim guidance to employers on informational reporting on each employee’s annual Form W-2 of the cost of the health insurance coverage they sponsor for employees….


Preparing for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Microsoft Dynamics GP

With the upcoming release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 or ‘Denali’ many of you are looking ahead to upgrading your SQL Server.  In preparation for that upgrade you’ll want to take into account which Microsoft Dynamics GP application and versions will be compatible with this new release.For this purpose we’ve just published a Hot Topic…

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Number of results columns doesn’t match table definition errors in Personal Data Keeper

Hi everyone, If you are using Personal Data Keeper (PDK) you have probably seen a Get/Change message whose More Info button displays the error “Number of results columns doesnt match table definition.”  There are a number of errors that can cause that More Info message such as: A get/change operation on table ‘UPR_MSTR_Tax_Info failed accessing…


Microsoft Dynamics GP Year End Release 2011 – Fixed Assets Year End Close

Let’s get ready to close the Fixed Assets year!  This blog should give you an idea of what the process does, and when you should complete it.  Good luck! When you close the year in Fixed Assets, you have to do it for each book you have setup.  All books must be closed before you…

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Fixed Assets depreciation overstated or negative Net Book Value

We are coming up on the time of the year where we see an influx of cases around Fixed Assets with a problem of overstated depreciation, or assets with a negative book value. This issue is usually caused by either closing the Fixed Asset year before all assets are depreciated to the last day of…

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