SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Financial Applications Training
Sage 100 ERP Payroll

Discover More Payroll Flexibility

In just one day, you’ll learn how to set up your payroll system, including defining payroll parameters, pay rates, entering employees, time card entry and generating payroll checks. By taking advantage of the power and usability in Sage 100 Payroll, you can increase productivity, save processing time and utilize different reporting options.

This class is ideal for

Sage 100 ERP users wanting to gain payroll flexibility

Topics Included

  • Define earnings and deduction
  • Maintain payroll tax tables
  • Build your employee list
  • Calculate payroll taxes and print checks
  • Print quarterly reports and W-2 forms

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Experience navigating through the Windows operating system with a mouse and prior attendance in a Sage 100 Introduction class or equivalent knowledge

Course level:

Basic

Tuition:

Due to the complexities of the content covered in this course, classes are often custom built to students needs. Please call or email for scheduling and pricing information.

CPE Credits:

8.
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