rafmav at wanadoo.fr
Sun Jan 11 16:50:40 EST 2009
What does mean GST and ATO ?
Le dimanche 11 janvier 2009 à 20:56 +1100, Andrew Greig a écrit :
> I hate top posting, but here goes.
> Create 2 new accounts in Liabilities,
> GST Collected and GST Paid
> and a new Parent account called GST Payable to ATO
> In Business>Tax Table
> create three new tax categories: GST Collected (set it at 10%)
> GST Paid (set it at 10%) and GST Free (guess the percentage)
> Then when dealing with an invoice choose whether your amount includes or
> excludes GST, the difference will be immediately apparent. The same
> with bills.
> When it comes to phone bills, some of it is GST free and some of it is
> GST included. To hell with them I say! and so I put the total of my
> phone bill as GST included. It's petty cash, but not worth my time to
> stuff around.
> The Parent account should show you what you owe the ATO. When it comes
> time to pay them you should hit the checking account and balance it with
> the GST Payable to ATO account.
> You can also generate a GST report by specifying the two GST accounts.
> It will list every transaction for the quarter and give you Monthly
> sub-totals as well as a grand total for each account.
> Try and get yourself on the ATO Business Portal and do your BAS on-line,
> it will check your work before submission - very nice.
> Andrew Greig
> Melbourne, Australia
> On Sun, 2009-01-11 at 18:56 +1100, Doug Laidlaw wrote:
> >From the Edit menu, you can select Tax Options and mark each account
> with its corresponding Tax Question, just as Quicken does, but there
> won't be a default group for Australia. You will need to do it all
> On Sunday 11 January 2009 6:15:36 pm Kim Jones wrote:
> > Hi to the list,
> > I've been using GNU cash for just the better part of a month and so
> > still trying to set things up and get used to it. I use at work a
> > called MYOB (myownbuiniss)and use Quicken at home for personal finance
> > because I've just opened a very small business its not worth the
> expense to
> > purchase MYOB or Quicken for my small business so GNU Cash is perfect
> > my plans. My question is this though because I'm Australian based how
> can I
> > use say my Australian Tax Line assignments i.e.: GST and work taxes,
> > from looking at each country they are somewhat different. I have been
> > Quicken for years for my personal finances but since opening the
> business I
> > have GST taxes now, so how can I revert the taxes that GNU has which
> > American into say an Australian personal and business taxes. I'm very
> > at this so I hopefully I'll catch on sooner that later. Hoping you
> > can help
> > Regards
> > Kim
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