Sage just released Sage 100 Payroll 2.20 which includes important updates required for your first payroll of 2020.
Note: You’ll be able to see these new filing statuses in Employee maintenance after installing the payroll tax update that will be released in mid-December, 2019.
However, the withholding tax will not calculate correctly until you have upgraded to Sage 100 Payroll 2.20.
- HH1 — Head of Household 2020 or Later
- HH2 — Head of Household 2020 Ckbx (checkbox) 2c
- MJ1 — Married FJ (filing jointly) 2020 or Later
- MJ2 — Married FJ 2020 Ckbx 2c
- NR1 — NR (nonresident) Alien 2020 or Later
- NR2 — NR Alien 2020 Ckbx 2c
- S1 — Single 2020 or Later
- S2 — Single 2020 Ckbx 2c
Sage 100 Payroll 2.20 Upgrade Links
Sage 100 Payroll 2.20 – Download Link
You do NOT need to upgrade your core Sage 100 2018 or 2019 modules. The payroll update installs independently of core modules.
Tax Table Updates:
These are all delivered over the web. To install a tax table update follow these instructions:
To verify whether you have the latest tax update installed:
- Select Payroll > Utilities > Payroll Tax Update.
- Click Proceed to download and install the latest tax update.
- To access this task, the Allow Payroll Tax Update security event check box must be selected for your role in Role Maintenance. Select Payroll > Utilities > Payroll Tax Update.
Download and apply these hotfixes:
Payroll 2.20.0 Program Fix PR6016T – Download
Tax Calculation—A New Property is Required (-10424) For New Jersey Employee Disability Capped Wages to calculate correctly. Note: Install Payroll Tax Table dated 12/24/2019 as well in order to calculate properly.
Payroll 2.20.0 Program Fix PR 6017T – Download
This addresses an issue where Social Security wages and taxes are not calculating for new tax profiles after installing Sage 100 Payroll 2.20 and the Tax Update deployed 12/12/2019.
Payroll 2.20.0 Program Fix PR6018T– Download
When renumbering employees from one department to another and using an alpha character in the department code (i.e., A1, A2, 3C, 4F, etc) a message will pop-up: 3C is not numeric.
Payroll 2.20.0 Program Fix PR6019T– Download
NJ Family Leave Insurance tax do not pull into boxes 18 and 19 on W2 form.
Sage 100 Payroll 2.20.0 Program Fix PR6020T – Download
Employee Medicare rate is missing on the Quarterly Tax Report which causes the employee Calculated Medicare Taxes to calculate incorrectly
Error: ” No tax drill down records are found.” occurs when drilling down into Employee Other Taxes in some scenarios
Ohio local taxes and wages are not appearing on W-2 boxes 18 and 19 or combined with other local taxes
Resolves the following issues:
Open Reported Issues:
Renumbering Employees ( RESOLVED WITH PR6018T – link above )
Payroll 2.20 may prevent renumbering an employee from one department to another with the error ” the employee number already exists in department xx”
Payroll 2.20 Quarterly Tax Report Missing Employee Medicare Tax Rate ( INFORMATIONAL ONLY ) – Engineering is currently reviewing. This does not affect the calculation; it is calculating correctly at the 1.45%. It is just showing 0.00% under Tax Rates – Link