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  • #11387

    HMah
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    After processing Revenue Canada you post then nothing. To print the cheque you have to leave the area and go to the Bank Payments, find the entry, block then print.

    Clearly Not User Friendly!!!! Need a Post & Print after processing.

    How does one get the Number of Employees Paid and the Gross Payroll related to the Rev Can cheque?

    In nv1 where we had departments a Total Wage account was created and all wages total’d to the acct. No of Empl’s was counted manually or using BLKCNT. Was hoping for something better in nv2.

    #12848

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    A post and print method may be added to future updates to NV2. Currently, we are processing and then printing like we had in NV1.

    Block the employees and then right mouse click Print Payroll Report. Set your dates and press F3 on the value for Template. There are different templates that Canadian and American users can use to print the details of their remittances to the CRA or the IRS as well as internal payroll templates that can be modified by the end user.

    See the NewViews 2.02 Manual > Payroll > Custom Payroll Reports for more detailed information.

    Regards,

    Maartin

    #12852

    HMah
    Participant

    In nv1 we wrote a macro which Blocked the Rec Gen cheque just calculated and then ran PRTCHKS (with the screen at F5 continue or F4 Quit).

    #13010

    HMah
    Participant

    Martin:

    Quote: “Block the employees and then right mouse click Print Payroll Report. Set your dates and press F3 on the value for Template. There are different templates that Canadian and American users can use to print the details of their remittances to the CRA or the IRS as well as internal payroll templates that can be modified by the end user.”

    The above may or may not provide the correct information. In addition it a pain in the butt to have to do to get the info.

    Since Canada Customs requires the Number of Employees and Gross Wages for each remittance, why not have nv2 gather the information when calculating the payment and print the numbers on the cheque stub.

    #13014

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Henry,

    I’ll forward your request and get back to you on this.

    Regards,

    Martin

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