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Re: Modification requests
- Subject: Re: Modification requests
- From: Yves Lavoie <..hidden..>
- Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 09:26:40 -0500
Sorry for that. Adding a new tax is easy.
1- Go into General Journal and add a new Account. Mark it as TAX in Option and Items (Tracking and/or not) before saving.
2- Go into System Taxes, you will see your new tax. Fill the percentage and other values.
3- It will then be available in every customer, vendor, Good or Service. Enable it where required.
4- Add a transaction referring to that and tax will be computed.
> Le 12 janv. 2017 à 07:44, o1bigtenor <..hidden..> a écrit :
> On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 4:55 PM, Yves Lavoie, GaYLi
> <..hidden..> wrote:
>> Hi Dee,
>> If it is only for MB Hydro, then that's easy. Define 2 new taxes and
>> make them selected in this vendor definition. When you pay it will be used.
> Looking for quite a while and can't see how you're doing this.
> (My attempts)
> Contacts form
> sub Vendors
> added abc power
> Entered System/Taxes form
> modified GST to 5% and PST to 1.3333% saved
> 'Create New Tax Form' - - - filled it out with country and description checked
> accrual basis and an error code is thrown (Action Not Defined: save at
> bin/lsmb-request.pl line 100.)
> Add Vendor Invoice form
> Vendor - - abc power
> Number field - - - 1--abc (Not sure what this means)
> Description abc appears - - - why?
> Update (just to verify stuff) - - - error (Vendor not on file! at
> bin/arap.pl line 151.)
> Enter new (vendor)
> enter info (have tried retrieve button on other items and it just
> gives a new blank
> now on Credit Accounts part of vendor form
> What is the 'Number' field for?
> give amount
> check both taxes
> Save New button
> hit Vendor Invoice button - - - Error
> try again
> Save new button
> Error (duplicate key)
> now get ECA Income Statement
> click on pdf
> get pretty - - - empty (!!) page
> try again
> 'Add AP Transaction' form
> abc power
> give amount 231.01
> tax form applied
> 'save' button
> choice box
> (I have entered abc power 3 times trying to get something to work)
> choose control code with lowest #
> back to 'Add AP Transaction' with another line
> really not sure why I can't just have an invoice with one line
> try schedule
> oops that assumes that their schedule is regular (know its not) but
> give it a 1 month and save schedule
> back to the 'Add AP Transaction'
> left with the Save Template button
> back to same screen I just left
> check in AP/Search
> no listed transaction
> check in AP/Reports/Outstanding
> no listed transaction
> check AP/Reports/Vendor History
> input vendor name (nothing else)
> OK - - - - I'm a little confused.
> Have tried all the options and can't seem to enter an invoice (into
> permanent register)
> 'Reports/Balance Sheet
> shows liability
> not sure how I find AP that are upcoming
> how do I 'see' the entered Vendor Invoices (AP transaction) etc
> haven't been able to get far enough to enter other transactions so that
> I can check that there can be different levels of PST taxes
> Sorry - - - I'm finding this all quite confusing
> If this is too frustrating for you please indicate.
>> You can have as many taxes as you like, check in the System menu,
>> sub-menu Taxes, you define them there, along with your tax numbers, the
>> validity period... So there is no problem with our German friends.
>> Then, for any customer/vendor, you can pick which will be applicable,
>> same for products and services. My company is based in Québec, I sell to
>> Ontario customers, my services are specific for them and Ontario taxes
>> I'll check your other questions later.
>>> On 2017-01-11 17:42, o1bigtenor wrote:
>>> Recollected - - - its
>>> 5. 5% GST and 1.33% PST and its for MB Hydro
>>> Don't know if that's the only time but know the government I wouldn't count
>>> on it!
>>>> For the products, I would define copies of the original, 1 to 3,
>>>> depending on the case, to cover the possibilities. For my Québec
>>>> pastries example, I would have 2 products: Pastries (1 to 5), no taxes,
>>>> Pastries TVQ+TPS applicable. Those are defined at product creation and
>>>> you can select the appropriate product for the transaction.
>>> I'm thinking that this is an area where there could be less hard coding.
>>> I mentioned the German system because there are 3 different sales taxes
>>> and there is only room on the system for 2. Surprised that no one else has
>>> asked about this. Am thinking what is needed is something like the
>>> present and then a way to add another tax to the formula. (Could have a
>>> hard limit on the number but might be useful to not have that either.)
>>> The change in tax from 5% to 0% is sometimes governed by quantity - - -
>>> not so much from 1 to more than 6 but rather in moving from what is often
>>> called retail quantities (1 to 10 kg) to bulk (25kg units, 750 - 1000 kg units
>>> or by truck/rail car loading (varies)). Guessing you haven't run into that
>>> particular gotcha yet.
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