Join Elizabeth Haverfield for an in-depth discussion in this video Transferring values from the ATO worksheet onto the BAS, part of MYOB AccountRight: Reporting Necessities.
Okay, we're now ready to transfer our figures from…our GST calculation worksheet over to the business activity statement.…Your business will receive a business activity statement from the ATO.…This form, we're using just for demonstration purposes.…The bar code will be provided by the ATO specific for your…company and Carol's name has just been handwritten on this form today.…We've placed the ABN.…She's reporting on an accruals basis, and that's her telephone number.…
There's the reporting period of January to March.…We need to place, in G1, the total sales of $6,045.…This has come from over here.…Also, notice on your calculation sheet, it reminds…you where you need to place these figures.…We'll come back to that shortly.…Our figure includes GST.…So there's an X in the box to indicate so.…We have 0 export sales, and our free items are 35.…Our capital purchases are 0.…
They come from G10, and it tells you to pop it over there.…We've also got our non-capital purchases in G11.…The business activity statement does not have a section for your free purchases.…
- 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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