Browsing: Dynamics GP

Many users may have heard that Microsoft isn’t investing heavily in Dynamics GP. So, does support for Dynamics GP still matter? Well, if you have made the decision to stay on GP, it probably does. Whether you plan to stay on for another year or for the foreseeable future, you will need to keep your Dynamics GP system up to date. Tap here for details on how we can support you now and into the future, or go to our profile to schedule a demo or discovery call with our team–yes, we do in fact have live experts at the ready to have a Teams meeting with you to discuss your needs!

With an opportunity to get a bit of context from Chris in anticipation of his session at the Digital Acceleration binge taking place on January 28th from 11am-2pm EST, he shares some of the realities behind migrating to the PowerGP Online Cloud solution. Amazing to understand the alternative that PowerGP Online solution enables for everyone running an on premise version of GP today! Join Chris, me and the rest of the community by clicking here

In this video, Aaron Back, Decision Acceleration Community Director, has a chat with Kim Peterson and Carol Livingston about the ownership transition of Dynamics Connection. Kim is a long-time community champion and former GPUG Director. Carol, the new owner of Dynamics Connections, has over 25 years of financial and accounting experience across all company sizes and held positions from Controller to CFO.

Béat Bucher and Steve Erbach, GPUG All-Stars, show you how to use everybody’s favorite program (Microsoft Excel!) to give you two ADVANCED GP Administrator’s Dashboards; with a high-res view of which users are doing what in GP; GP record locks; disconnected SQL sessions using up GP licenses; stuck GP batches; and a highly attractive, C-Level graph of weekly GP user activity!

The TCJA made significant changes to how federal tax is calculated for individual taxpayers. In addition, many of the long-time exemptions no longer apply for tax year 2018 and beyond. These changes make it difficult to estimate the correct amount of tax to withhold from employees’ paychecks. Historically, sensitive information, such as income from sources other than that particular job, wouldn’t be shared with employers.

The TCJA Effects on W-4 Withholdings, Deductions