This Dynamics NAV Coffee Break provides simple, easy to follow instructions that explain how to create default expense accounts for vendors in Dynamics 365 Business Central. Many companies have vendors who send invoices monthly, and always with the same GL account. In this video, we show you how to skip the step of having to enter that account every time with step by step instructions on how to set up default general ledger accounts by Vendor for purchase invoices.
In this article, a workflow response is created in the standard purchase order workflow. This response sends an email to the vendor after release of the purchase order i.e when the send approval request of the purchase order is approved by the authorized approver, the status of the purchase order changes to Released afterwhich an email is sent with attachment in a .pdf format to the vendor.
For the reporting year 2016, minor adjustments have been made to the Vendor 1099 Information reports in Dynamics NAV. The only change identified is the addition of a field for reporting of Bond Premium in Treasury Obligations on the Form 1099-INT report. No changes have been identified on Form 1099-MISC and Form 1099-DIV.
If you’re using a RoleTailored version of NAV, i.e., 2009 RTC or newer, you have likely come across the My Customers, My Vendors, or My Items lists on your Role Center page (your NAV home page). Depending on the Profile assigned to you, you may have one or all of these available to show on your Role Center.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV gives us the ability to set up the system to pre-populate the common fields when setting up a Customer, Vendor, Item or other master records. This functionality is available in the NAV2009 RTC Client and later versions. For demonstration purposes, I will be using NAV 2013 R2 and the Customer functionality to explain how to use this feature. The functionality is similar with Vendors and Items.