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by mikeguil
03 Jan 2007 07:50
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Simple bank account ledger
Replies: 11
Views: 8557

Simple bank account ledger

Is there any way to view a simple bank account ledger that shows the cash flow in and out of the bank account with a running balance?
by mikeguil
03 Jan 2007 05:49
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Owner's Draw
Replies: 4
Views: 5055

Owner's Draw

How do you setup the Shareholder's Funds account for making Draws (ie. owner is taking cash out of the bank for personal use).
by mikeguil
03 Jan 2007 03:36
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Adding Moneyworks to Dock
Replies: 3
Views: 3390

Adding Moneyworks to Dock

Is there anyway to add a MoneyWorks document to the Dock? Rather than opening MoneyWorks and then opening the account file, I'd like to open it directly from the Dock.

Any ideas?
by mikeguil
29 Dec 2006 11:49
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: CREDIT CARD AS BANK ACCOUNT
Replies: 5
Views: 4898

Thanks Rowan... that'll be perfect.
by mikeguil
21 Dec 2006 04:33
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Cost of Goods Categories
Replies: 0
Views: 2078

Cost of Goods Categories

I've always used the type of expense for Cost of Sales (COGS - Cost of goods sold) categories. For example, as a photographer, I have costs for photofinishing, frames, albums, etc. To get a better idea of how COGS are related to the revenue, is it feasible to categorize the COGS to the revenue accou...
by mikeguil
21 Dec 2006 03:35
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: CREDIT CARD AS BANK ACCOUNT
Replies: 5
Views: 4898

CREDIT CARD AS BANK ACCOUNT

I'm intrigued with the idea of using a credit card as a bank account. However, if this is set up under the Current Assets, it will give a false picture, I assume. Can this 'credit card account' be set up as a bank account but under Liabilities? Is that the preferred way to do it?
by mikeguil
19 Dec 2006 08:52
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: New Setup & Inventory
Replies: 2
Views: 2806

I don't really have 'stock' on hand, but I do have a few items, like product on display, that was originally recorded in my old software as an inventory item. Now I have an account that is titled Inventory with a balance in it. I still have these items, but if I'm using Express, is there anyway to r...
by mikeguil
19 Dec 2006 07:16
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: New Setup & Inventory
Replies: 2
Views: 2806

New Setup & Inventory

I notice that you can't enter a quantity for product that you have in stock. Is this only a 'Gold' function? I don't quite understand how you can have products, but have no quantities?
by mikeguil
30 Nov 2006 17:16
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: GST in CANADA
Replies: 2
Views: 2946

Thanks Rowan... for the reply here and to my question regarding 'levels' in accounts. I'd like to get going on this asap, before year end, so that I can be up and running on Jan 1. I'll contact the distributor tomorrow regarding the GST/PST issue.
by mikeguil
29 Nov 2006 16:08
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Account Levels
Replies: 3
Views: 3470

Account Levels

In MYOB and other programs I've used, when the accounts are set up, there are different levels including headers and 'collector' accounts that will hold the total of other sub-accounts. For example, an account for 'Cash on Hand' could have several Bank accounts beneath it and would show the total of...
by mikeguil
29 Nov 2006 12:20
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: Two Tax Cycles
Replies: 0
Views: 2080

Two Tax Cycles

I'm evaluating MoneyWorks Express and looking at the tax setup. The GST looks fine, but we also charge/pay PST. It looks like you can only set up one tax cycle. I'm monthly for GST but quarterly for PST. Can this be done?
by mikeguil
29 Nov 2006 10:05
Forum: General MoneyWorks
Topic: GST in CANADA
Replies: 2
Views: 2946

GST in CANADA

I have just started to look into MoneyWorks to replace my MYOB here in Canada. The GST looks quite complicated and I'm not sure if it pertains to the Canadian GST as it does in NZ. Are there any Canadian users here that can give me their opinion on MoneyWorks in general and more specifically regardi...