23 Jan Historical Transactions, Taxes, and Fixed Assets, Oh My
In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2, there are a handful of new features that enable you to better track information on your historical transactions, taxes, and fixed assets – as well as the areas that these functions overlap.
This feature will move reconciled transactions to the Bank Reconciliation history tables. Once the data has been moved to history, the bank reconciliation process will improve. In addition, when removing history, this will also remove any moved reconciled transactions which will eliminate confusion and provide you a more clear view of your transactions.
This feature is one of many that was designed to improve the ease of use in Dynamics GP 2016 R2 and reduce the number of clicks it takes to navigate within the system.
Now, when you drill into the sales transaction tax details, the tax percent used at the time of transaction displays. In the past, the percent that was setup on the tax detail maintenance window was displayed. This new means of viewing the tax percentage leads to more accurate data as well as a simplified means of viewing the data.
Purchase Order Processing to Fixed Assets Link Includes Taxes:
This new feature gives you an option to include tax as the part of the acquisition cost when adding capital items in Fixed Assets from purchase receipts.