Join Elizabeth Haverfield for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Spend Money to record the payment, part of MYOB AccountRight Reporting Necessities.
The last task for Carol is to write…the check to attach to her Business Activity Statement.…From the Banking Command Center, click on To Spend Money.…Ensure that the NAB Check Account is nominated…and the tick is turned on for Tax Inclusive.…The check number that Carol has written is 147602.…Tab down to the date and make it the 20th of April.…That's the date that Carol has written the check.…And remember, you must do this 28 days before or around 28…days after the reporting period. $303 is the amount to be…paid to the Australian Taxation Office so select them from your Card list.…
In the Memo, let's type BAS for January to…March 2013. Tap to the Account allocation.…If we go to the list and down to the accounts and look on the Liability tab, we…already have $546 in our GST collected and our minus $243 and the cents are there.…So, what we need to do is the opposite to make that account go down to 0.…So we need to choose to GST Collected and place…in there $546.41, Tab across, our Tax code is NT,…because we don't pay tax on tax. And type 2 and…
- 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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