DSD Electronic Reporting
Electronic Reporting is a powerful tool that can help businesses automate their tax reporting processes and comply with local and federal regulations.
P/R Employer Contributions by Department and Voucher (PR-1028)
Allows the expense portion of Employer Contributions to be posted by department to a specific GL Account Number. Allows the user to substitute a segment into the Employer Contribution Deduction Code’s general ledger account number by department.
P/R Union Payroll (PR-1098)
Allows information about individual unions to be set up and maintained. Union benefit packages may also be set up and maintained unique to a Labor Code. Wages and union benefits associated with Union Payroll are automatically processed during Payroll Data Entry. Multiple new reports have been added to support union reporting requirements; these reports are produced from the Perpetual Check History file.
P/R Certified Payroll Report (PR-1121)
Creates a Certified Payroll Report that does not require the TimeCard module and optionally does not require the Job Cost module in order to print. The Certified Payroll Report provides a report suitable for submission to governmental agencies. This report uses data from the Payroll module to produce a weekly report with a daily breakdown of hours, pay and deductions for a job and an optional Statement of Compliance.
M/R Quarterly Electronic Reporting (MR--) - Per State
Generate Electronic Reporting compliant with the Electronic Reporting Information as requested by the relevant state. Each state allows for certain data, such as employee name, Social Security Number, etc.
It also provides the ability to generate an Electronic Reporting summary report that, after the creation of the Electronic Reporting file, reports the information needed to complete any Electronic Reporting Transmittal form that must be submitted with the Electronic Reporting. Available for the following states:
Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, West Virginia.