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  • in reply to: Income Tax #12682

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Hello All,

    If want the Income tax account to be exempt add the PAYCODE C=E to your D=TAX line. For example:

    ~D=TAX:C=E:

    The PAYT4 procedure will pick up the income tax deducted throughout the calander year for the T4’s and the C=E will stop income tax from being deducted.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: NVEXPORT #12663

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    The NV1 procedures will transfer to NV2. These procedures will not be usable in NV2.

    Coverting your books to NV2 will contain all of the information your NV1 books had.

    Sending the log file would be helpful in viewing the warnings you are encountering.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: NVEXPORT #12661

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Send the NVEXPORT.LOG file to support@qwpage.com and I will have a look and let you know.

    I trust you are running the latest version of NVEXPORT which is version 58.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Company names on documents #12632

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Allan,

    To print reports, you can use the REPORT procedure. Issue /Go runProc REPORT and press enter on Global Settings and type the name of the Company you will be printing reports for. The company information that you had entered in Global Settings will be used each time you run the procedure REPORT. Make sure Local footings and Local Headings are set to No.

    To print Ledgers, you can use the procedure PRTLEDG which is included on productivity disk #3. It is like PRTACCTS but it’s template driven which means you can type anything you want (like Company Information) in a non repeating item area. At the top of ~LDG1A.TPL you can enter your company information and then issue /Go runProc PARSE and select ~LDG1A.TPL to save your changes. PRTLEDG comes with 4 templates that can be modified or copied to create new templates. Here is the list of templates:

    ~LDG2A.TPL ~PRTLEDG Dr & Cr cols, pg 1
    ~LDG2B.TPL ~PRTLEDG Dr & Cr cols, pg 2+
    ~LDG1A.TPL ~PRTLEDG std ledger, pg 1
    ~LDG1B.TPL ~PRTLEDG std ledger, pg 2+

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Employee Address #12624

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Cameron,

    Go to the employees regular earnings account and issue /Document Expand (/DE) and then /Document View N for Notes (/DVN.). You should see both postal codes here in the notes. Delete the old one whith the delete key and you will be fine.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Paycheque Dates #12614

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Hi Cameron,

    PRREPORT relies on the reconciliation of the accrued wages ledger account. It finds the timecards within your specified date range and notes what they are reconciled (check number) with. It finds that check number in the debit view and uses that check to print.

    Fix the reconciliation and you will be fine. I suggest that you review the account in the Closed by Reconcile view (/DV XR) to quickly fix your reconciliation problem.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Paycheque Dates #12604

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Hi Cameron,

    You are running PRREPORT from your Payroll Records report with the correct Pay Period Begin and End Dates set with the same Regular Earnings suffix and Account Suffixes?

    I wonder if you have duplicate check numbers in your Accrued Wages ledger? Issue /Document View XR (closed by reconcile) in the employees accrued wages ledger and match the timecards to the payments. Any descrepancies?

    Is there a manual entry in the employees ~REG account that doesn’t appear in the accrued wages ledger? Go to the employee regular earnings account and issue /Go Item and type the check date you got with PRREPORT.

    Running Check Books might be a good thing to do if there is damage in the books.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Paycheque Dates #12601

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Make sure you have Print Summary/Details set to Summary.

    Also, make sure the the accrued wages ledger is reconciled properly. If you are usung the PRTPAY procedure and do not alter the accrued wages ledger reconciliation then this will not be an issue. If you alter the reconciliation, review the accured wages ledger by issuing /Document View LR (Ledger by reconcilie) to view what is happening.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Accural Payroll #12598

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Make sure print details/summary is set to summary.

    Also check that the Account suffix and Regular earnings suffix that you have specified in PRREPORT are not located in the timecard/cheque distribution twice. For example, use REG as your Account suffix and regular earnings suffix.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: NV2 Release #12536

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    I agree with Henry. Be nice David.

    We are not ignoring you. Bob has answered most of your questions through this forum and via emails to you.

    When there is something concrete to report about NV2 – you’ll get it.

    Again, I agree with Henry. Be nice David.

    Regards to all

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