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Justworks Product Update: A New Forecast Calendar, For A New Year

We're always working to improve the Justworks product. New this year, an improved forecast calendar.

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Justworks
Dec 16, 20131 minute
Blog Author - Justworks
Justworks

Justworks is a technology company that levels the playing field for all small businesses. Through our software and as a partner, we help our customers take care of their teams, streamline their operations, and navigate the complex aspects of managing a workforce with confidence.

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The forecast calendar on the Justworks dashboard got a little TLC. Our more intuitive and informative dashboard calendar now displays bank holidays and sophisticated estimates of taxes and fees levied on outgoing capital.

Now you can be prepared by anticipating exactly how much you should have in the bank come payroll collection day. We've also implemented some behind-the-scenes magic to make the calendar load time much faster.

Now With Bank Holidays

To see the new forecast calendar, log in to your administrator account.

On the dashboard, you'll now see that the forecast calendar now includes bank holidays. When there is a bank holiday, payments will not be due on that day (they will be pushed back a day).

Plan Ahead With Improved Estimates

Our improved calendar can also help you plan ahead by providing more accurate predictions of upcoming invoices. The amounts shown on upcoming collection dates nor reflect a more accurate estimate of federal, state and local taxes as well as any other fees (like say, worker’s comp) that will be added to upcoming payroll.

As before, you can click on any amount due in the calendar, and you'll go straight to a snapshot of the invoice for that specific payment.

These improvements should make the forecast calendar even more useful to help you run your business efficiently.

Have questions about the Justworks product? Let us know by leaving a comment here, or by emailing us at [email protected].

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Dec 16, 20131 minute

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