What’s new? Below are some of the new features:

1099 Tax Form updates: For tax year 2020, Non-employee Compensation is reported in box 1 on a new 1099-NEC form (instead of box 7 on the 1099-MISC form where it was reported previously). On the A/P Print 1099/1096 Forms screen, you can now print to the new 1099-NEC form, as well as updated versions of the 1099-MISC and 1096 forms.

Data integrity checks for integrated products on web screens. For some third-party products that integrate with Sage 300, you can specify options to refine data integrity checks.

Visual Process Flows on desktop screens have been updated and redesigned so they no longer require Adobe Flash.

You can now accept payments from your customers through online payment service providers such as PayPal and Stripe.

Longer Check numbers for checks and deposit slips: You can now enter check numbers and deposit slip numbers that are up to fifteen characters long, except in Sage 300 Payroll, where check numbers can be up to nine characters long.

Specify customer account sets in O/E templates
You can now specify customer account sets in Order Entry templates. If you enter a transaction in Order Entry for a customer with no record in Accounts Receivable, the customer account set specified in the O/E template will be entered by default.

Specify BOM numbers on details for shipments, credit and debit notes. For a transaction created from scratch in the O/E Shipment Entry or O/E Credit/Debit Note Entry screens (a shipment not created from an order, or a credit/debit note not created from an invoice), when entering a detail for a Bill of Material (BOM), you can now specify a BOM number in the Kit/BOM field.

Customize report printing so you can keep more web screens open
In web screens, you can have a maximum of ten screens open at a time. By default, each printed report you have open counts toward this limit of ten screens, which may prevent you from opening other web screens. You can now customize web screens so that printed reports do not count as open screens.

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