Instructions and Procedures

CSV Import Guidelines

Introduction. The Payroll System has the capability of importing payroll or 1099 data in a CSV file. A CSV ("Comma Separated Values") file can be created by organizing data in a spreadsheet program,…

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Connecting to an Existing Network Database

Customers who have purchased a Network License can switch the software between Single-User mode and Network mode. When the software is running in Network mode, client data can be stored on a network…

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Creating a New Network Database

Customers who have purchased a Network License can switch the software between Single-User mode and Network mode. When the software is running in Network mode, client data can be stored on a network…

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Entering Data at a Client's Office

Some users prefer to take the program to a client's office and enter data at that location, using the client's computer. It is possible to do this by installing the program onto a flash drive. Then a…

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Health Insurance Compensation for 2% Owners of S-Corps

Health Insurance Compensation income for 2% owners of S-corporations (payroll tax year 2006 and earlier). If it has been determined that the Health Insurance Compensation is: Taxable to Federal incom…

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Hide/Display State Forms

In CFS programs containing forms for multiple states, you can hide the states you'd rather not see. Click "Configuration" on the toolbar. Under "Form Display Options," click "Display State Forms." Cl…

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Manually Importing Client Data From The Previous Year

When run for the first time, the software will automatically import client data from the previous year. To manually import client data from the previous year, at any time, follow the steps below: Fro…

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Payroll System Database Reconstruction

The Payroll System database consists of a folder containing a Microsoft Access database file and a set of subfolders. Each subfolder has a name based on a client's EIN. There are two different proced…

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Payroll System QuickBooks Import

What do we import? We import 941 employees and their paychecks and 1099 vendors and their payments. The import can only be done from the 941/940 program. We support QuickBooks 2002 or later—Basic, Pr…

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Setting: Application Mode

Customers who have purchased a Network License can switch the software between Single-User mode and Network mode. When the software is running in Network mode, client data can be stored on a network…

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Special Database Recovery Detail Instructions

If you have not already done so, please read the Special Database Recovery Overview If you are going to follow this procedure, the first step is to print this article. You will want to make notes on…

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Special Database Recovery Overview

This procedure is used when access to the payroll program fails because the database (.MDB) file has been corrupted/damaged. The plan is to create a new empty database file. Then restore into it what…

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Switching Between Single-User Mode and Network Mode

Customers who have purchased a Network License can switch the software between Single-User mode and Network mode. When the software is running in Network mode, client data can be stored on a network…

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