Join Elizabeth Haverfield for an in-depth discussion in this video Profit and loss, part of MYOB AccountRight Reporting Necessities.
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Now we're going to view the profit and…loss report on an accruals basis for Carole's cleaning.…We'd like to learn to send it to PDF.…Down in the sub heading profit and loss, we wish to…choose the first report, profit and loss on an accruals basis.…Let's display it to screen.…We need it for the January time frame, to the January time…frame, with a reporting level of four for the current financial year.…On the Finishing tab, ensure that we include account numbers.…
Let's display it to screen.…In the top left hand corner, this is a way that you could change the date.…So you can go to the Customize button or here, you could tab…over and say the 28th of February and tab and redisplays the data.…You could also use the Redisplay button as well.…Using the same button,…we can send this to PDF.…And it makes a very quick copy using the Adobe Acrobat PDF Reporter.…
You do have to remember where you're going to save the file.…I'm going to place it into my Exercise folder.…And at the beginning of the file, I'm going to…call it Carol's Profit and Loss on an Accrual Basis.…
- Installing MYOB
- Opening an existing data file
- Setting up tax codes
- Setting reporting preferences
- Saving filters and settings
- Editing and deleting customized saved reports
- Reviewing commonly used reports
- Completing a Business Activity Statement (BAS)
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with MYOB
2. Report Features
3. Commonly Used Reports
4. Completing a Business Activity Statement
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