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by shayanjameel08
25 Oct 2013 23:03
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: Deactivate Periods in MoneyWorks Gold
Replies: 4
Views: 3046

Re: Deactivate Periods in MoneyWorks Gold

MoneyWorks comes with dozens of standard forms. With MoneyWorks Express or MoneyWorks Gold you can modify them or create your own. MoneyWorks Cashbook can use forms designed with Express or Gold.
by shayanjameel08
25 Oct 2013 23:01
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: It is not calculating the tax correctly
Replies: 3
Views: 3243

Re: It is not calculating the tax correctly

QB caculares and rounds EACH tax item in the group. You may want to create a sales tax item "O)ld Tax" with the 7% rate for the history entries.
The Sales Receipt will make entering the history quicker as it combinds the "invoice" and "payment" into one transaction.
by shayanjameel08
25 Oct 2013 23:00
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: PST on Expenses - using T code
Replies: 2
Views: 2826

Re: PST on Expenses - using T code

it must be going to the same account and the expense posting is... how do we edit the code to do this?
by shayanjameel08
25 Oct 2013 22:59
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: Charging for Paper Invoice's
Replies: 3
Views: 17125

Re: Charging for Paper Invoice's

A $15 monthly recurring charge applies to every paper invoice provided to a Customer (except invoices solely for intrastate telecommunications services) in lieu of, or in addition to, an online invoice. This charge does not apply where a Customer has established to Company’s satisfaction, or Company...
by shayanjameel08
25 Oct 2013 22:58
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: PST & GST
Replies: 3
Views: 3971

Re: PST & GST

Following are the GST/HST/PST rates for Canada:- ALBERTA: GST/HST rate %=5 PST %=not applicable Combined rate %=5 BRITISH COLOMBIA: GST/HST rate %=5 PST rate %=7 Combined rate % =12 MANITOBA: GST/HST rate %=5 PST rate % =7 Combined rate % =12 NEW BRUNSWICK: GST/HST rate %=13 PST rate % =not applicab...
by shayanjameel08
24 Oct 2013 00:33
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: How to change dates for Fiscal Startup
Replies: 2
Views: 2562

Re: How to change dates for Fiscal Startup

Most U.S. businesses report their taxable income on a calendar year. But in some instances, they might find it preferable to report on a fiscal year, a 12-month period that ends sometime other than December 31.
by shayanjameel08
24 Oct 2013 00:29
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: No more penny in Canada
Replies: 4
Views: 3039

Re: No more penny in Canada

Consumers can drop pennies off at their local banks, donate them to charities, or use them at stores' discretion, the Globe and Mail notes. Just 52.9% of Canada's Retail Council members are ready for the shift, the council found. Some 81.5% think it'll cost them no more than $5,000.
by shayanjameel08
24 Oct 2013 00:28
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: Journalling Canadian "Quick Method" GST
Replies: 4
Views: 4660

Re: Journalling Canadian "Quick Method" GST

For GST purposes, annual taxable sales must be less than $200,000. QST requires that annual taxable sales be less than $217,000. If 40% or more of your sales are from goods that were purchased for resale e.g. All objects or things that may be perceived by the senses and are movable at the time of su...
by shayanjameel08
24 Oct 2013 00:25
Forum: Canadian Issues
Topic: Electronic Payments in Canada
Replies: 3
Views: 2326

Re: Electronic Payments in Canada

Electronic payments are now used more often by Canadian consumers than notes and coins. Direct debit transactions are commonplace, even for trifling sums. Credit card operations are almost always electronic, and are increasingly performed without the need to physically present the card. Cheque imagi...