Wrapbook now supports the creation of a digital timecards and smart W-9s, which are now automatically created and stored.
Production is hard. We thought these processes shouldn’t be, so now they aren’t.
Weekly timecards can now be created, filled out, and processed entirely within Wrapbook.
Each day has 2 meal breaks as well as space for adjustments and meal penalties to be added.
Timecards can be created by either cast & crew with approval from a production admin or they can be independently created and entered by the production office to save cast and crew time.
Timecards are organized by the week in which the work is performed, so finding old timecards is incredibly easy — more importantly, running payroll for an entire week with Wrapbook takes minutes.
In order to pay people on your production, you need to know their tax payer information - which is why every production has their cast & crew fill out a W9.
Wrapbook collects your W-9s, having your whole cast and crew fill one out digitally & attest that the information inputted is correct automatically.
You can now retrieve them in the reports section - for employees, you can also see their digital W4 there as well.
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