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2019 Dynamics GP Year End Close Guide

When you only do something once a year, it’s hard to remember all the ins and outs. That is definitely true with closing out your Dynamics GP books at the end of the year. Even our experts who work on the year end close for many of our clients each year, still have little things […]

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Get a Head Start on 2019 Dynamics GP Year End Close

It’s hard to believe, but it’s almost that time of year again. Between closing your books for the year, holiday parties, shopping for gifts and everything else your calendar is already filling up with, the next couple months are some of the most stressful for many of us. One way to help alleviate some of […]

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E-Guide: Dynamics GP Year End Closing Tips from the Experts

Dynamics GP year end closing, it’s a stressful and busy time for most accountants. I daresay most of you would not consider it one of your favorite times of year. Even if you have alot of experience with the process, it can still seem daunting and be more time-consuming than you would like. However, there […]

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Tips for a Stress-Free Dynamics GP Year-End Close

“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story” - Orson Welles This time every year, Microsoft Dynamics GP customers start getting anxious about the upcoming year-end (YE) close process. Whether it’s your first time, or your twentieth time completing your year-end close in Dynamics GP, questions can […]

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Tips for year-end closing of AR, AP and GL in Dynamics GP

Recently we did a webinar on tips for year-end closing of AR, AP and GL in Dynamics GP that attendees found very useful so I wanted to share the information and recording with you in case it helps with your year-end close. General tips for all year-end closings, using the year 2016 as an example: […]

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