The Final Overtime Law signed by President Obama and Secretary Perez on May 18 will not be implemented December 1, 2016 as scheduled. U.S. District Court Judge Amos Mazzant granted an Emergency Motion for Preliminary Injunction on November 22. The main feature of the rule was to double the maximum annual salary allowed for a worker’s…Details
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Budgets can be disastrous, unfulfilled resolutions without the right tools to ensure spending limits are met. To ensure your company’s expenses are properly monitored throughout the year, it’s helpful to set up automated rules. Meet Budgets with Automated Purchase Rules One way to make it easier for your company to adhere to budgets is a…Details
It is that time of year again—the anticipated craziness of upcoming holidays, year-end business preparation—and of course, the excitement of wondering what’s in the newest version of Sage 100! Notifications from Sage In October, Sage announced the release of Sage 100 v2017 as well as product update 3 (PU3) for v2016. If you are a…Details
In the fall of 2016, Sage updated the following chart of Sage 100 supported versions, along with a list of those that are retired. Please note: This article was initially published September 8, 2015 and revised December 7, 2015. Additional information about Sage 100 is available in these MicroAccounting blog posts: Sage 100 Version 2015: User Resources Sage…Details
Payment processing technology has come a long way, but the efficiencies we need remain the same. When we receive a bill, we want to get payment to a vendor quickly and for the correct amount, with the right codes. And when a customer makes a purchase, we want to issue accurate bills that are paid…Details
Is a maintenance plan for your SQL Server essential? Absolutely. Most people appreciate the need to back up data, but the importance extends to ensuring optimal database performance. Here are some important points to consider when creating a plan. Maintenance Plan Basics for Back-ups When deciding which back-up plans to put in place, do not…Details
Tax forms 1094-C and 1095-C for 2016 reporting are now available, per the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Applicable large employers (ALE) must use these forms to share information to both the IRS and employees regarding compliance with the employer shared responsibility provisions and health coverage offered. Links to ALE tax forms and instructions on the…Details
When your business hits a growth spurt, it’s time to evaluate your ERP/accounting system to assess if the current software can accommodate changing needs. Once you and your software partner determine your company will be best served with new software solutions, you’ll need to plan your ERP conversion approach. Here are 6 important questions to…Details