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Guidance for Updating Dynamics GP 2018 Payroll Tax Tables

Good news... Microsoft has released the 2018 updates for GP's payroll tax tables. You are going to want to perform these updates, and you may be interested in some guidance through the (relatively simple) steps involved. With that in mind, we put together a handy guide. This guide is available as a free download (with […]

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Solving Your Payroll Problems with Greenshades

      Greenshades is a Crestwood customer favorite add-on for Dynamics GP. Their software solves your payroll problems. From employee services to payroll taxes, let them take care of the complexities so you can focus on your business. Join us for a free webinar and get a no-strings attached look at what they offer. […]

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Automatically Tracking Use Tax in Dynamics-GP

This topic may have been posted on the internet by someone else but my clients have asked about this many times so I thought I would write a short blog on how to configure USE tax in Dynamics-GP. What is USE tax? USE tax is the tax that the customer pays because the vendor doesn’t […]

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How Will Sales Tax Legislation Affect Your Business?

Whether you conduct business online or on Main Street, you are likely aware of a bill that has been making its way through Congress- the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 (MFA).  If it passes, internet and remote sales tax will be a new reality for many businesses.  This leaves many businesses wondering, “Does this apply […]

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Implementing BC PST & PEI HST in Dynamics GP

As of April 1, 2013, the Government of Prince Edward Island is implementing the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST). The combined HST rate in PEI will be 14%, of which 5% will represent the federal part and 9% the provincial part. Further, the Government of British Columbia will be eliminating the HST and reinstating PST and […]

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Need to Update NAV for the Return of BC’s Provincial Sales Tax?

In just over a month the province of British Columbia will return to a provincial sales tax (PST) system, ditching the harmonized sales tax (HST) that had been brought in 3 years prior and then voted down by public referendum.  It can be challenging for businesses going through sales tax changes to manage all the […]

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