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Microsoft Dynamics GP Tip: Cheat Sheet for Accounts Payable Month End Processes in Dynamics GP
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How to Manage the Sometimes Taxable
Companies must correctly deal with these sometimes exempt and sometimes subject-to-sales-tax products and services all the time in their business. Knowing when tax applies to “sometimes taxable” goods and services is essential to successful tax compliance – but it’s not always so easy to figure out.
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Being efficient at work won’t just improve your productivity and win you points with your boss – it’ll also make you feel accomplished, satisfied that you’ve had a full and productive work day.
SalesPad started its CRM functionality on the Customer Card with a CRM tab. In short, this is where you can put notes but there’s more to it than that.
The notes are user date and time stamped as well as having a Type assigned. The Type is a user definable list and can help with sorting and searching your notes. Because the notes are stored and displayed in a grid you have the options of Column Chooser and the AutoFilter Row to help in finding notes later on. One strong benefit to these Contacts over some other note fields is that if the note is tagged as Type A/R they are securable and can be separated to the A/R tab.
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