Hi Everyone!

Great News! With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2, the following 1099 information will default onto PM vouchers generated via PIP (Payroll Integration to Payables) when the associated vendor is marked as a 1099 vendor in Payables:

In prior versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP, 1099 information was not automatically included on PM vouchers created via the PIP process. As such, 1099 information had to be added manually prior to posting the PIP batch in Payables Management.

 

You can tell if a vendor is marked as a 1099 vendor by looking at the 1099 amount, Tax Type, and 1099 Box Number fields in the Vendor Options Maintenance window (Cards >> Purchasing >> Vendor >> Options button):

If the vendor is not marked as a 1099 vendor, the Tax Type field will display 'Not a 1099 Vendor'.

If a vendor is marked as a 1099 vendor, the 1099 Amount will automatically be updated in the Payables Transaction Entry window (Transactions >> Purchasing >> Transaction Entry) for vouchers created via PIP:

If a vendor is marked as a 1099 vendor, the Tax Type and 1099 Box Number fields will automatically be updated in the Payables 1099 Entry window (Transactions >> Purchasing >> Transaction Entry >> Blue Arrow next to 1099 Amount field) for vouchers created via PIP:

Click HERE for more detailed documentation on this feature and for all other Dynamics GP 2016 R2 features.

For the Dynamics GP 2016 R2 feature VIDEO click HERE!

Be sure to check back to the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 Feature Blog Series Schedule page to review posted blog articles and upcoming blog posts to help you gear up for What's New in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 with great content, documentation, and videos.

Enjoy!!

Andrea Melroe | Sr. Technical Advisor | Microsoft Dynamics GP