Latest Payroll Tax Form Change: Aug 24, 2017
Update History from 1984 to the present
Open the software. Look at the lower left of the program's screen. Compare the version AND revision numbers you see on the program's screen the charts below. Revision updates are cumulative - downloads are always the latest revision. To install the latest revision, simply download and install again. You do not need to uninstall the existing program.
|Sep 11, 2017||Payroll||Revision 2||All Editions: The lower left of the main payroll screen shows the edition you are licensed to use.
Professional Edition: Paychecks can include a printed signature (from a saved bitmap image file). When saving batch paychecks as a PDF, you have the option to omit the watermark.
|Sep 01, 2017||Payroll||Revision 1||New Version Released - Click here to order the new version.|
|Sep 01, 2017||Accounting||Revision 1||New Version Released - Click here to order the new version|
|Sep 01, 2017||Receivables||Revision 1||New Version Released - Click here to order the new version|
|Aug 24, 2017||Payroll||Revision 26||All Editions: SSA approved 2017 plain paper W2 and W3 printing.|
|Jul 31, 2017||Payroll||Revision 25||All Editions: The Oregon OTTER Software now requires a different file format for importing. Medlin Payroll has been updated to comply, by creating delimited ASCII files for import into OTTER.|
|Jul 11, 2017||Payroll||Revision 24||All Editions: Illinois withholding calculations updated to reflect the new rate as of July 2017.|
|Jul 07, 2017||Payroll||Revision 23||All Editions: Idaho withholding calculations updated to reflect the new amounts as of July 2017.|
|Jul 06, 2017||Payroll||Revision 22||All Editions: Kansas withholding calculations updated to reflect KS Notice 17-02.|
|Jun 27, 2017||Payroll||Revision 21||All Editions: Nebraska UI efile format has been changed to the 'CSV' format.|
|Jun 22, 2017||Payroll||Revision 20||All Editions: Local and Misc Deductions. If an employee is marked as exempt, and you have set the software to calculate these items on a per paycheck basis, any year to date amount is not reversed. This will make it easier for those with multiple local taxes, such as city or school district taxes, to handle employee residence changes.|
|Jun 15, 2017||Payroll||Revision 19||All Editions: New York State Paid Family Leave. Added a new paycheck deduction type, with built in calculation, to handle NY PFL.|
|Apr 12, 2017||Payroll||Revision 18||All Editions: CA DE9 and DE9C. Revised how we count the number of active employees. CA employers with less than 10 employees can still use paper reports during 2017. As of Jan 1, 2018, all CA employers must report electronically.|
|Mar 02, 2017||Payroll||Revision 17||All Editions: 2017 IRS form 941 and 2017 IRS Form 941B.|
|Jan 20, 2017||Payroll||Revision 16||All Editions: Oklahoma W2 efile.|
|Dec 30, 2016||Payroll||Revision 15||All Editions: 2017 Federal tax calculations. Includes late updates to state withholding (CO, IN, ME, MO, ND, NM, OK, OR, PR, RI, and VT)|
|Nov 30, 2016||Payroll||Revision 7||All Editions: 2016 IRS Form 940 and Form 943.|
|Nov 18, 2016||Receivables||Revision 3||Revised statement printing. Omit sales tax line when no sales tax is setup on the Setup screen.|
|Nov 02, 2016||Accounting||Revision 2||Paycheck Import allows you to select the accounts for any Auto Allowance and Expense Reimbursement amounts.|
|Oct 25, 2016||Payroll||Revision 6||All Editions: 2016 IRS Form 944.|
|Oct 07, 2016||Receivables||Revision 2||Revised statement printing. Balance forward amounts are now shown with the current payments not included. This makes the statement columns balance. (Previously, the balance forward amounts were 'live', and had been adjusted by any current payments.)|
|Sep 20, 2016||Payroll||Revision 5||Professional Edition: Import data from time clock software, or from a template file.|
|Sep 20, 2016||Payroll||Revision 4||Professional Edition: Manually add, and edit data to print on IRS Forms W2 and W3. Designed for preparing after the fact forms and for handling special situations.|
|Sep 12, 2016||Payroll||Revision 3||All Editions: 2017 Draft versions of IRS Forms W2 and W3.
Professional Edition: Secondary pay information can be entered when adding new employees.
|Sep 06, 2016||Payroll||Revision 2||Professional Edition: The employee primary pay rate can be less than their secondary pay rate. PTO paid is calculated using the highest current pay rate, and is assigned to the primary department.
Professional Edition: The Payroll Check Listing lists the primary department and pay information first.
|Sep 01, 2016||Payroll||Revision 1||New Version Released|
|Sep 01, 2016||Accounting||Revision 1||New Version Released|
|Sep 01, 2016||Receivables||Revision 1||New Version Released|