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Announcement: September 2023
We are currently well underway building our next-gen user interfaces, starting with Payroll web and mobile (released), Invoices mobile (released) and soon, advanced Payroll, Reckon Mate enhancements, and Time web.
Where appropriate we'll add features from the Product Ideas Portal to both old and new interfaces, or, where new is replacing old, we'll add to the new range only.
Thank you for your patience - whilst we understand building new interfaces and products takes longer than adding a feature, we are certain the new designs will ultimately provide a better experience for all our customers.
Ability to select Bank account for each payrun or schedule
Hi - client has setup different pay schedules for the locations they employ people from - and actually want to be able to create separate ABA files as the payments come from different bank accounts. Client is a school - where the staff in the cant...
Move bank accounts in the view list (Order the ones you use the most first)
When you view the bank accounts list. All show and you have to scroll all through the list to see the one you want to use. I would like to be able to re-order the list in order of what is used the most. Or hide from view those which are not used d...
Reduces the risk of double counting income, by automatically matching the invoice in the bank transaction to the money coming in rather than having to say it's been paid first in order for it to be matched
Allow Bank accounts to have parent/child structure like in the Reckon Accounts business range
This is useful for everyone who is accustomed to accounting software that allows for sub-account structures to be created.
This ensures that their reporting meets their needs regarding sub-totaling and general visual structure.