TAX Australia with BAS
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TAX Australia with BAS is designed to assist individuals, sole traders and small businesses determine tax obligations. A single click will generate an instant Business Activity Statement (BAS) and calculate PAYG. Unlimited income streams and expenses can be stored and tracked. Up to four optional user defined fields. Incorporates monthly balances,BAS/PAYG, profit/loss and tax reports. Used to its full potential this program will aid with budgets and eliminate nasty end of year tax surprises. Similar tax packages retail in the hundreds of dollars. Save yourself time and money with Tax Australia. It is fully customizable, has a user friendly interface and is simple to master. Optimized for phones and tablets (7 & 10). This application has no annoying ads and is sponsor free!
-Automatic tax calculation based on income and expenses.
-Instant trial tax calculations.
-Quick start & configuration.
-Setup for Individual, Sole trader / Contractor or Company / Business.
-Auto generate BAS & calculate PAYG.
-PAYG (actual or theoretical) based on records.
-Specify any BAS period: monthly, quarterly etc.
-Record unlimited income items & expenses.
-Items stored with user defined attributes.
-Record tax payments and calculate amount owing.
-Reports: profit/loss & tax statement.
-Reports: monthly income & expense data/totals & balances.
-Reports: BAS/PAYG monthly, quarterly or annual.
-Four independent user defined fields (e.g. account, distributor, supplier, etc.)
-Determine levies and expected contributions.
-Calculate GST payable & reclaimable.
-Calculate net income after taxes.
-Forecast future income & expenses.
-Actual income, expense & forecast graphs.
-Pie charts for income & expenses.
-Bar graphs & data table for individual income & expense items.
-Bar graphs for total monthly income & expenses.
-Group identical items and sum totals.
-Customize tax brackets and rates.
-Customize contributions and rates.
-Customize levies and rates.
-Set GST (goods & services tax) rate.
-Set financial period.
-View tax by year, quarter, month, fortnight or week.
-Inbuilt checks to ensure dates within financial periods.
-Item selection 'memory' for ease of use.
-Sort items by alphabetical order, date or amount.
-Smart sorting of primary & secondary fields.
-Filter items by name or date range.
-Backup & restore complete data & rates for financial year.
-Import & export data. (CSV format & Excel compatible).
-CSV viewer & editor.
-Save (as CSV file or JPG) to phone/tablet or SD card.
-Adjust font size.
-Display compatibility with multiple screen sizes (phones & tablets).
-Detailed help section.
Note: There is no provision for HECS & Low Income Offset.
1.Reviewed in The Age & Sydney Morning Herald
Article - The appliance of finance
Date -16 October 2011
2.NAB Business Research and Insights
Article - Helpful snippets for the Agribusiness sector
Date - 28 April 2012
Lists Tax Australia With BAS under apps that "could simplify your working day and save you time."
3.Insight | wealth and accounting advice
Article -Six apps to help with your tax
Date - July 2012
*LATEST UPDATE HISTORY*
-update new rates for 2013-2014 financial year.
-Fix for crash on some devices. Icon updates.
-In Monthly Report added option to include/exclude non-tax deductible expenses.
-Maintain focus on item when selected and separated in grouped mode.
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DO IT YOURSELF PAYG & BAS! PROFIT/LOSS & TAX REPORTS!
Customizable Accounting Software. 2013-2014 READY!
-update new rates for 2013-2014 financial year
*Reviewed in 'The Age' & 'Sydney Morning Herald Article - The appliance of finance.
*Listed by 'NAB Business Research and Insights' under apps that "could simplify your working day and save you time."
*Listed by 'Insight | wealth and accounting advice' in an article -"Six apps to help with your tax".