The following updates were released within Wagepoint on May 6, 2021.
- Fixed a bug that prevented users from being able to save Xero Chart Of Accounts mapping for the Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) deduction code.
- Updated the integration with QuickBooks Online so that:
- PDFs exported along with journal entries are not being duplicated when a user exports the posting journal again.
- PDFs are attached to the first journal entry that is created.
- Clients using auto-sync will see their PDFs attached to both the journal entry and the bill in their export.
The following updates were released within Wagepoint on May 13, 2021.
- Updated the “User Accounts” tab to display “Admin C” users.
- Added a “Dismiss” link to the Basic Exemption informational alert that displays when running an off-cycle payroll, allowing users to dismiss the message if they no longer wish to see the alert.
The following updates were released within Wagepoint on May 19, 2021.
- Fixed a bug with the Basic Exemption checkbox that caused it to revert back to the default state if the user left the payroll without approving it or added an income during the payroll process.
The following updates were released within Wagepoint on May 25, 2021.
- Overtime calculations in New Brunswick or Newfoundland – Added an option for companies in New Brunswick or Newfoundland to use the provincial minimum wage for overtime calculations instead of the standard calculation (1.5 x hourly rate). To set this up for your company, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following updates were released within Wagepoint on May 26, 2021.
- Revenu Québec (RQ) validation – Companies are now required to provide a valid Revenu Québec (RQ) number under the “Company Info” tab before they can add an employee with a province of employment in Québec. A check will be performed when an RQ number is entered to confirm that the business number is valid.
- Companies with no RQ number entered under the “Company Info” tab who currently have existing employees with a province of employment set to Québec will still be able to process payroll for those employees. They will see an alert notifying them that they need to provide a valid RQ number. The company will not be able to add any new employees with a province of employment in Quebec until a valid RQ number is provided. More information.