HR & Payroll
Sage has been working on revamping the payroll module in Sage 100. The new Payroll 2.0 module is a modernized user interface designed to improve performance and provide a better user experience while processing payroll. Upgrade your payroll without having to upgrade your whole system.
Sage 100 Payroll 2.0 has migrated from the legacy framework to the more modern Business Framework, allowing users access to new and improved features and capabilities.
- Multiple payroll runs in progress at the same time
- Each batch has its own pay cycle
- Multiple users can access the same batch at the same time in Payroll Data Entry
- Only one batch at a time can be accessed when running other Payroll tasks, including Payroll Tax Calculation, Check Printing, and Check Register/Update
- You CANNOT merge or renumber batches or transfer records from one batch to another
- Data entry grids are similar to other modules in 4.x framework
- Selection grids are available on most report task
- Calculator buttons have been added to dollar amount fields
- Calendar buttons have been added to date fields
- Hyperlinks to related tasks have been added where applicable
- The Earnings and Deduction Code field has been expanded from 2 to 6 characters
- The Description fields for both have been expanded from 13 to 30 characters
- A new field, Apply to W-2 Box, has been added to Deduction Code Maintenance. Use this field to specify whether box 12 or box 14 on the W-2 form is used for the deduction
- A new check box, Apply to Box 14 on W-2, has been added to Earnings Code Maintenance. Select this check box to include the year-to-date earnings for the earnings code in Box 14 on W-2
- New Tax Rule Field
- The Subject to Federal Tax and Subject to State Tax sections have been removed and replaced with a Tax Rule field
- You must select a tax rule for each earnings code and certain deduction codes before processing payroll
- When setting up a list of users who can access a department, you must now enter users’ logon ID – previously the user code was entered
- If you’re upgrading and were using department security, you’ll need to recreate the list of users for each department
- You must have access to all departments in order to print the Check Register and the Employer Expense Summary.
- You must have access to all departments to access:
- Tax Profile Maintenance
- ACA Applicable Large Employer Report
- Period End Processing
- Periodic Time Off Accrual
- Federal and State Tax Reporting
- Three user-defined time-off types have replaced the Vacation, Sick, and user-defined benefit types
- Vacation and Sick are the default names for the first two time-off types, but they can be changed
- The exact employee pay rate, with a decimal precision of 3, is printed on the Time Off Register and used to calculate the dollar value of the accrued time off. The calculated value is then rounded. In prior versions, the pay rate was rounded before it was used in the calculation.
- The Check Date must now be entered on the Pay Cycle window. This date is used to calculate some payroll taxes. It is no longer on the Check Printing screen. If you change the date, you must rerun Payroll Tax Calculation.
- A Period Starting Date field has been added to the window. When you select a pay cycle and enter a period starting date, the ending date is automatically calculated, but you can change it. If you enter the period ending date without entering the starting date, the starting date is automatically calculated.
- You can no longer pay a combination of pay cycles in one check run. You will need to use the Batch function for this.
- Bring Sage 100 Payroll to framework
- Enhance security & functionality
- Extend HR Functionality in Product
- Extend HR Functionality with Interfaces
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