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Please note: You need to have version 17.0.0 or later of CheckMark Payroll already installed to run the latest patch.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.6 for 2017
- Fixed Ledger Account numbers saving issue.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.5 for 2017
- Fixed Crashing while Importing Prior Year.
- Updated IN, MO, ND, NM & CO Tax Tables.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.4 for 2017
- Corrected Import Prior Year.
- Corrected PA State EFW2.
- Fixed EFW2 Email Address issue.
- Reports - Title Name fixes.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.3 for 2017
- Correction to Employer Payments Titles.
- Correction to Employee CheckRegister.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.2 for 2017
- Updated OR and VT Tax tables.
Changes in Payroll 17.0.1 for 2017
- Added 2017 Tax Tables.
- Added 2016 940 & 940A forms.
- Added 2016 944 form.
- Added 2016 943 form.
- Correction to EFW2
Changes in Payroll 17.0.0 for 2017
- Added the ability to omit employees without wages from the EFW2 fileEmployees who have $0.00 wages for the year should not be included in the EFW2 filing
- Updated forms in the program for 2016 W2 Wage & Tax Filing.
- Updated form in the program for 2016 W3 Transmittal.
- Updated Electronic formatting in the program for 2016 W2 Tax Filing – this is due January 31, 2017, earlier than in past years, so make sure to file on time.
- Added a new option to Omit from Net – now there are two ways it can work: 1 - The way it is currently, without including it in posting summary - for things like tips - because these are not an expense to the employer and should not show in their accounting program.
- Added the ability to import Employee information in a .csv file format. This gives you more flexibility if the program you exported from only has .csv option.
- Added the ability to export Employee information in a .csv file format. This gives you more flexibility if the program you are importing to only has .csv option.
- Automation of OR tax tables making it easier for those employers to setup their state tables for the employees.
- Added CA DE-9C CSV format for electronic filing. This is a requirement by the state of CA for those employers that have to file electronically. (Will be in a patch-currently hasn’t passed testing)
2 - To have it expense the income - for things like insurance benefits - because these ARE an expense to the employer and need to show in their accounting program.