2 Jun 2015 7:00 AM Hello! Over the next few days we will be kicking off our Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 New Features Blog series with Human Resources and Payroll! We will start off with the Mask Social Security Number on Payroll Reports feature. This feature has been one of our more popular requests, and we are now bringing it to life for our customers! For years, customers have been modifying their payroll reports in GP to mask the Social Security Numbers. With this new feature, a Payroll Administrator has the option to mask the Social Security Numbers on a predefined list of reports within Microsoft Dynamics GP without having to make Report Writer modifications. At the same time they can choose to not mask the Social Security Number for reports that may need the Social Security Numbers to display due to state or federal requirements such as W-2s. If the Payroll Administrator selects to apply the mask for one of the predefined reports, when generated, the employee’s social security number field will appear with a XXX-XX-XXXX mask. What if I am already using a modified report? Good News! The masking will still occur on the following reports regardless of whether they have been modified or not. The following reports will be applicable for masking: Check Register Cross Company Employee Address List Cross Company Vacation/Sick Time Available List Direct Deposit Check Register Direct Deposit Detail List Direct Deposit List Direct Deposit Register Direct Deposit Statement of Earnings Earnings Register Employee Address List Employee Checks Other-D Employee Checks Other-L Employee Checks Stub on Bottom-D Employee Checks Stub on Top and Bottom-L Employee Checks Stub on Top-D FICA Wage Report FUTA Summary FUTA Summary - Consolidated Manual Check Register Precheck Report Reprint Check Register Reprint Vac/Sick Accrual Register State Wage And Hour Report SUTA Summary SUTA Summary - Consolidated Vacation/Sick Time Accrual Register Vacation/Sick Time Available List Workers Compensation Summary Workers Compensation Summary - Consolidated Click HERE for more detailed documentation and a VIDEO! Stay tuned for more GP 2015 R2 New Features in the next few days (Schedule Here) and as always, keep up to date with our Microsoft Dynamics GP Blogs as they come out using the following link: https://community.dynamics.com/gp/b/dynamicsgp Thanks!