Using Negative Deductions in Microsoft Dynamics GP (with video)

Question:  I use manual check entry in (Microsoft Dynamics GP) to re-pay a deduction that was taken in error.  Is there a better way to do that? 

Answer:  Yes, use a negative deduction!

 

Question:  I use manual check entry in (Microsoft Dynamics GP) to re-pay a deduction that was taken in error.  Is there a better way to do that?

Answer:  Yes, use a negative deduction!

Question:  I use manual check entry in (Microsoft Dynamics GP) to re-pay a deduction that was taken in error.  Is there a better way to do that?  Answer:  Yes, use a negative deduction!

Watch this video and see how I do this in Microsoft Dynamics GP.

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Sales Tax – More Detail

I was sent an email recently from someone who ready my January Post (link below) regarding Microsoft Dynamics GP Sales Tax Calculations.  The email requested more information on the following section of the blog:

I was sent an email recently from someone who ready my January Post (link below) regarding Microsoft Dynamics GP Sales Tax Calculations.  The email requested more information on the following section of the blog:

Originally Posted 5/29/13

I was sent an email recently from someone who ready my January Post (link below) regarding Microsoft Dynamics GP Sales Tax Calculations.  The email requested more information on the following section of the blog:

If the item is going to be delivered to the customer, AND the tax was setup with the item, we charge based on the tax details that are common in both the Item tax schedule AND the customer’s tax schedule.

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Bill of Materials Introduction – Microsoft Dynamics GP (with video)

Here I’ll provide a brief demonstration on the functionality of the Bill of Materials module in Microsoft Dynamics GP Inventory Control.

Here I’ll provide a brief demonstration on the functionality of the Bill of Materials module in Microsoft Dynamics GP Inventory Control.

Here I’ll provide a brief demonstration on the functionality of the Bill of Materials module in Microsoft Dynamics GP Inventory Control. 

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When did it post in Microsoft Dynamics GP (with video)

I noticed today the following message from a Microsoft Dynamics GP user on GPUG Collaborate:

Does anyone know how to run a trial balance or JE listing out of GP or a Smartlist that shows the date that the entry was originally recorded?  For instance, all December 2012 entries that were recorded and posted after January 15, 2013. 

I noticed today the following message from a Microsoft Dynamics GP user on GPUG Collaborate: Does anyone know how to run a trial balance or JE listing out of GP or a Smartlist that shows the date that the entry was originally recorded?  For instance, all December 2012 entries that were recorded and posted after January 15, 2013. 

I noticed today the following message from a Microsoft Dynamics GP user on GPUG Collaborate:

Does anyone know how to run a trial balance or JE listing out of GP or a Smartlist that shows the date that the entry was originally recorded?  For instance, all December 2012 entries that were recorded and posted after January 15, 2013. 

Microsoft Partner Rod O’Connor from Briware Solutions gave a great answer regarding how to have this show in SmartList.

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Selling Kits in Microsoft Dynamics GP (with video)

An item type assigned to items that consist of other component items that are assembled at the time of sale. The kit is a single item with an item number; it consists of one or more component items in your Microsoft Dynamics GP inventory. Component items can be services, sales inventory, discontinued, miscellaneous charge, and flat fee items.

What is a Kit?  (THIS IS DIRECT FROM GP HELP)

An item type assigned to items that consist of other component items that are assembled at the time of sale. The kit is a single item with an item number; it consists of one or more component items in your Microsoft Dynamics GP inventory. Component items can be services, sales inventory, discontinued, miscellaneous charge, and flat fee items.

 I do not know what McDonald’s uses for an Accounting/ERP system, but if you use Microsoft Dynamics GP Sales order Processing, I’m sure you can think of a lot of opportunities by using Kits.

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Microsoft Dynamic GP Outstanding Transactions in Bank Reconciliation

The Outstanding Transactions Report in Microsoft Dynamics GP Bank Reconciliation is a report worthy of attention.  Although almost every posting report in GP can be reprinted at a later point in time, this information cannot.

The Outstanding Transactions Report in Microsoft Dynamics GP Bank Reconciliation is a report worthy of attention.  Although almost every posting report in GP can be reprinted at a later point in time, this information cannot.

Originally Posted 05/05/2013

The Outstanding Transactions Report in Microsoft Dynamics GP Bank Reconciliation is a report worthy of attention.  Although almost every posting report in GP can be reprinted at a later point in time, this information cannot.

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Microsoft Dynamics GP – SOP work by Document or Batch?

I have a Distribution Client who uses Sales Order Processing (or SOP) in Microsoft Dynamics GP.  As this client fills orders, they handle each order one at a time.  In this video I demonstrate how I suggest using batches to save time in the following areas:

I have a Distribution Client who uses Sales Order Processing (or SOP) in Microsoft Dynamics GP.  As this client fills orders, they handle each order one at a time.  In this video I demonstrate how I suggest using batches to save time in the following areas:

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  • Transfer from Backorder to Order
  • Printing Orders and Packing Slips
  • Transferring to Invoices
  • Printing or emailing Invoices
  • Posting Invoices

If you use Deposits, or any of the fields at the bottom of the invoice, you’ll need to make sure you do this.  A Good practice is to always select to include Totals and Deposits!

 

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