Employers with Washington Employees! Did You Know...?

Posted by Christy Putnam on August 22, 2022 at 11:57 AM

Does your company currently complete Washington State SUI quarterly wage reporting? If you answered "Yes!", then you need to know that, beginning with the Q4 reporting for 2022, employers will be required to include the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code for all employees reported on. The Washington State Legislature passed HB 2308 in 2019, which requires this information. Employers that do not include this information in reporting will be subject to the incomplete report penalty.

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Topics: Sage 100, Webinars, HR Compliance, Employee Classifications

Why Hosting Your Sage 100 on the Sage Partner Cloud Might Not Be Your Best Option

Posted by Dionne on March 19, 2021 at 1:30 PM

You hear a constant whirring or beeping sound when you walk past the server room that may be just annoying. Or it might indicate that something is failing. Or maybe you’re feeling the pain of having been told that it’s time to upgrade the server again in order to continue running your Sage software, and you ask yourself: “Didn’t we just upgrade that server a few years ago?” There is a chance you have been tempted to move everything to the Cloud, or maybe you’re being forced to because of changes to the work environment. Now is as good a time as any to make the switch for your Sage 100 software. But how do you know where to begin - or whether this solution even makes sense for you?

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Topics: People. Ideas. Technology., Information Technology, Cloud Computing, Sage 100, Cloud ERP, Sage Software, Sage 100Cloud, Technology Services

Snippets from the Week

Posted by B/P News & Notes on April 17, 2020 at 11:27 AM

** This article was originally sent to our Bennett/Porter clients via email on 4/17/2020 **

It's Friday, and the end of another fast-changing week for businesses and their employees. To help you keep up with and respond to events that impact your business, we've put together some helpful notes and notifications.

CAT Tax Webinar

Figuring out how much you owe to the State of Oregon for the new Corporate Activity Tax is not straightforward. And every company who has revenue of more than $1,000,000 per year is required to make estimated tax payments for the new tax that Governor Brown mandated last summer. 

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Topics: Sage 100, Webinars, Payroll, Taxes, COVID-19

COVID-19 Payroll Processing for Sage 100

Posted by Sue on April 9, 2020 at 8:32 AM

** This article was originally sent to our Bennett/Porter clients via email on 4/9/2020 **

There has been no shortage of information in the last couple of weeks regarding COVID-19 and the Federal mandate about paying employees who are sick with the virus, have been ordered to stay home to self-quarantine, or have a family member who is affected by the virus and who the employee must take care of. Despite all of the information, there are still many outstanding questions employers are encountering as they administer the processes around this mandate.

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Topics: Sage 100 Payroll, Sage 100, Sage Software, News Alert, Payroll, Taxes, COVID-19

Exporting to Excel from Sage 100 is so easy!

Posted by Marty on December 11, 2019 at 10:52 AM

Did you know that you can export to Excel from look-up screens and any Grid in Sage 100? Here is a Bank Reconciliation example of exporting from a Grid:

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Topics: Sage 100c, ERP, Sage 100, Sage Software, Excel, Sage 100Cloud

Year End Updates for Sage 100 Payroll and Accounts Payable

Posted by B/P News & Notes on December 2, 2019 at 11:22 AM

On December 19th, Sage is scheduled to release an Interim Release Download (IRD) with year-end program updates for Accounts Payable and eFiling – as well as a Tax Table Update for 2020.

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Topics: Sage 100 Payroll, Sage 100, Sage Software, Year End, News Alert, Payroll

New Features in Sage 100 2019 PU2

Posted by Marty on November 18, 2019 at 10:57 AM

We are excited to tell you about a couple of new features in the recent Product Update for Sage 2019 that we have been requesting for some time now.

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Topics: Sage 100c, Sage 100, Sage Software, Sage 100Cloud

A Refresher: Transferring Your Oregon Transit Tax Information from Sage 100 to the State

Posted by James on April 1, 2019 at 9:22 AM

It's quarter end again, which means - among many other tasks - that it's time for Oregon employers to submit reports to the state for the Oregon Statewide Transit Tax. For Sage 100 Payroll users, we previously provided a method for storing Oregon Statewide Transit Tax information in Sage 100 Payroll. Subsequently, we developed a process and a pair of Crystal Reports that can be installed in Sage 100 for getting the information out of the Sage 100 Payroll module so that it can be transferred to the State of Oregon via Revenue Online, the Oregon Department of Revenue's site for tax reporting and payment. Since this process is done only quarterly, we thought refreshing your memories with the steps might be welcome. Those are below.

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Topics: Sage 100 Payroll, Sage 100, Taxes

Sage 100cloud is calling...do you want to answer?

Posted by B/P News & Notes on February 28, 2019 at 4:02 PM

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You may have recently received a phone call from a Sage Software representative – or you will probably receive one in the very near future. They are calling regarding moving from your current Sage Business Care Plan to a Sage 100cloud Subscription. The urgency around this latest push has to do with a price hike coming as of April 1, 2019, and we want you to have all the information you need before that deadline arrives.

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Topics: Sage 100c, Sage 100, Sage Software, Sage 100Cloud

Support for Some Microsoft Products is Going Away

Posted by Dionne on February 14, 2019 at 9:06 AM

Are you still using Windows 7 on your work computer? Do you have servers in your office that have Microsoft Server 2008 installed on them? If so, then there are a few important things you need to know regarding these and similar Microsoft products.

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end support for many popular operating systems and software platforms used by businesses today. The most important of these are Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2008 R2, and Microsoft Exchange 2010. Support for Office 2010 will end in October of 2020.

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Topics: Information Technology, Sage 100, Sage Software, Technology Services

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