ADP Payroll and tip income


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MikeMc

After signing up for ADP Payroll and several hours on the phone with ADP
trying to find someone who knew about the package, I now find out that they
don't support the resturant business. There is no way to enter 'tip income',
even there is a requirement for that line item on the 941 form.

Any one know a work around?
 
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Allan Martin

MikeMc said:
After signing up for ADP Payroll and several hours on the phone with ADP
trying to find someone who knew about the package, I now find out that
they
don't support the resturant business. There is no way to enter 'tip
income',
even there is a requirement for that line item on the 941 form.
Wow! Hard to believe. I will take your word on this one. You should qualify
your statement by refering to the product as ADP Payroll for SBA 2006. I
know ADP can handle tip reporting in their other payroll reporting services.
 
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Chris Schatte

Hi MikeMc,
One suggestion:
Instead of outsourcing your payroll to ADP, find a local accountant and
outsource there.
 
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Allan Martin

Chris Schatte said:
Hi MikeMc,
One suggestion:
Instead of outsourcing your payroll to ADP, find a local accountant and
outsource there.
Chris,

If the OP simply wants to outsource their payroll, can you even fathom the
idea that ADP can't handle Tips?
 
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MikeMc

I have been doing all our payroll using Quickbooks 2004 Pro and wanted to use
SBA 2006 to save the yearly update fee. SBA 2006 was supposed to be a direct
replacement for Quickbooks, all the way through payroll.

I am a member of the Microsoft Professional Accounting Network and received
a promotional package for prospective customers that has a VERY nice picture
of a restuarant environment on the cover.

Now isn't that just nice.

I still need a work-around, if any one knows.

Thanks
 
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Allan Martin

MikeMc said:
I have been doing all our payroll using Quickbooks 2004 Pro and wanted to
use
SBA 2006 to save the yearly update fee. SBA 2006 was supposed to be a
direct
replacement for Quickbooks, all the way through payroll.

I am a member of the Microsoft Professional Accounting Network and
received
a promotional package for prospective customers that has a VERY nice
picture
of a restuarant environment on the cover.
I have the same picture. What you don't see are the patrons of the
restaruant puking their guts up after the picture was taken.

By the way. SBA is not a replacement for QB. It is for the user currently
maintaining their books manually.
 
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MikeMc

Having attended the Microsoft presentation introducing SBA 2006 and sitting
through the Q/A sessions, it was pointed that SBA 2006 would be a "fully
funtional" direct replacement for QB. It was never intended to be for those
keeping books manually.
 
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Allan Martin

MikeMc said:
Having attended the Microsoft presentation introducing SBA 2006 and
sitting
through the Q/A sessions, it was pointed that SBA 2006 would be a "fully
funtional" direct replacement for QB. It was never intended to be for
those
keeping books manually.
All evidence to the contrary. Just ask anyone who migrated from QB what they
think. Perhaps QB Easy Start edition.
 

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