DAS Update Notes
DAS 18 Update Notes
15231: DAS18 Updates
15231: DAS18 Updates
DAS 18 Update Notes
Initial Drake Accounting 2018 Full Product Release.
Corrections have been made to the following reports: YTD Balance sheet, SUTA Journal, Journal Report, and Employee Reports.
Various fixes have been corrected on the following state tax and wage forms: CO, SD, and VA.
Minor issue within Batch Payroll was corrected.
The Journal Entry within the Bank Reconciliation screen will now reflect adding and removing rows.
An issue with Crystal Reports View was fixed.
Vendor Payments Register was added to Payables Reports.
The Insert Key will now add a row and the Delete key will delete a row in various data grids throughout the program.
Several state withholding tables have been updated for 2018.
States can be updated from a prior year into OTF module.
Required validation was removed on Firm Information Setup for Demo users.
Locality calculations on the W-2 have been corrected.
A validation error on the Client Setup has been corrected when closing a year out.
Exporting to Drake Tax 2017 is now available.
Box 17 M on the 943 is now showing the correct calculations.
Some minor issues with creating the Chart of Accounts has been fixed.
Several unhandled exceptions have been corrected throughout the application.
Entering a EIN within a 1099 will now stay in the EIN field rather than reverting it to a SSN.
Indiana W-2 e-file has been corrected.
Check numbers can now be assigned to printed patch payroll.
The 1096 has been adjusted and is now working properly.
A module or node that has been selected from the TreeView will now remain highlighted.
Payroll reports will now show 2017 and 2018 check dates correctly.
Adjustments made to the 1096 form will now save.
Issues with the following state tax and wage forms have been fixed: GA, IL, ID, and MS.
Imported Employees can now be deleted if necessary.
Unhandled exceptions throughout the application have been fixed.
The second W-2 on Copy C is now populating the address when printing the form.
The drop list for “Override Client Destination Directory” is no longer disabled in the Drake Documents tab within the Client Module.
The Year to Date on check stubs now goes by the check date rather than the pay period end date.
An error has been fixed when running Balance Sheet reports.
“Sequence contains no elements” error has been fixed.
An issue with resizing a check alignment has been corrected.
Fiscal year clients can now post future year transactions.
Vacation hours has been expanded on the check stub to allow more hours to show properly.
Amount Exempt field for MS employees has been expanded to allow more numbers in the field.
Several unhandled exceptions have been fixed throughout the program.
Semi-colon now allowed as a special character for Client Code.
Made corrections on the following tax & wage states: AZ, IA, IL, IN, and VA.
All of the required information will now print correctly on a 941X form.
OTF W-2 Employees will now be updated correctly from CWU to Drake Accounting.
The “Show hours for salaried employees” checkbox is now working correctly.
If a line item description has changed, it will now show correctly on the Receivables invoice.
The 1099-MISC will now print correctly when an amount on the form is exactly $600 or more.
Box 12 of the W2 is now adding correctly.
The default date range for reports will now defaulted to the release year.
Client level overrides for Rates and Withholdings will now save properly.
You can now transmit multiple 94x forms without any issues.
Box 12 and Box 14 on the W-2 for payroll will now be updated from prior years correctly.
Tabbing order has been corrected in several modules.
The new federal withholding rates have been added.
Made “Print Name” and “Trade Name” on W-2 into two lines.
Commissioned employees can now be tipped.
Removed commas in monetary amounts fields on all federal forms.
Column headers have been corrected on the Profit and Loss multi-column divisional report.
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