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Cash flow Tips – Focus on Key KPI to impact growth – How we help our clients

Cash flow Tips – Focus on Key KPI to impact growth – how we help our clients

Cash flow Tips – Focus on Key KPI to impact growth – how we help our clients

Account Keeping Plus has seen real-life examples of the result when you focus on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to impact your business growth, but coming up with which KPI numbers can seem difficult.

In fact it’s as simple as this: Start with a pool of numbers that seem as though they could be important to your overall success, then rule them out one by one until the pool is small enough to count on one hand. Those are your KPIs, or critical numbers.

Here are some ways to generate a pool of possible KPI or “right numbers”:

  • Start with your top-level financial goals and targets such as the specific numbers that define success for your company
  • Look at the things going on in your market and industry. What are the trends for the last few years? What are your customers and employees saying?
  • Look at your financial statements. Often times, the “right numbers” will include sales, gross profit and net profit from the income statement. Balance sheet numbers might include level of cash, accounts receivable, debt and equity. You may also calculate various ratios such as gross margin percent and current ratio
  • List all the vital areas of focus – customer service, marketing, sales, products and services, production and quality – then drill deeper into each of them. These may be your various departments or they may be workflow functions independent of the department
  • Don’t focus only on just financial measures. Operational numbers (i.e. web hits, turnaround time, customer satisfaction, etc.) can be especially helpful in analysing the progress toward your most important goals and growth
  • Ask yourself these two questions: What numbers do you and your people currently monitor on a regular basis? How did you choose those numbers?

Now that you have a BUNCH of numbers, start the elimination game, as here is my final piece of advice for determining the metrics you’re going to track:

  • Keep the amount of information to a handful of KPI critical numbers so your attention isn’t spread. Just because you CAN measure something doesn’t mean you SHOULD. Sometimes, Less is more. Consider also having key managers taking on some of the KPIs that relate to their area – finance, production, operations, sales, marketing, etc.

Once you’ve narrowed down your KPIs, ask yourself and the team – one more question: Are we monitoring the right numbers? Usually time will tell – it sorts out over a period – you’re not going to know your essential and critical numbers right away, and other times you’re spot on.

Finally, it is critical to create a system to organize your numbers. For this, consider starting a dashboard for all to see.

One client of ours, instead of showing the $, prefers to show Quotes and Invoices as Hours, with minimum targets monthly for each. So once we have checked all the accounts receivable is reconciled to deposits in his Xero, we run reports on the previous month total Quotes and total Invoiced. In excel I have created a template to enter this raw data, which is automatically converted to a number called hours (which is derived after financial review of the required $ per hour minimum to cover the business costs and wages and super currently).

I then post the numbers – above or below the Min. target on a white board in the office so all can see.

When targets are met they celebrate, when they aren’t they try to work out what has changed or been missed, and make changes to stop the retreat. And it’s engaging all staff, and creating a team effort! The KPIs are WORKING!

They are part of the AKPlus service he receives from us, which includes a Business Health Review of other KPIs – Sales, Gross & Net Profit, Current Ratio. See Services in the Menu, and call to ask us to send a FREE sample of how we help businesses understand the numbers, and GROW!

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Business Finance 101 – RESC – Reportable Employer Superannuation Contributions – a Summary

Business Finance 101 – RESC – Reportable Employer Superannuation Contributions – a Summary

Business Finance 101 – RESC – Reportable Employer Superannuation Contributions – a Summary

To ensure fairness in the application of income tests and to ensure that the government assistance is consistent and fair based on gross incomes, the Federal Government requires employers to record the reportable employer superannuation contributions figures on payment summaries from the financial year 2009-10 onwards.

Reportable Employer Superannuation Contributions (RESC) are the portion of the employer contribution that the employee has influenced, for example superannuation contributions made by the employer under the terms of a salary sacrifice agreement, made in a financial year (1 July to 30 June) to a superannuation fund for an employee.

Reportable employer superannuation contributions do not include – super guarantee contributions (SG), contributions mandated by industrial agreements that the employee does not influence, or post tax member contributions.

Which types of super payments are RESC?

Legislative Employer Contributions (Super Guarantee (SG))                                 No

Refers to the federal legislation based employer contribution of 9.50% in 2015-2017 tax years currently. Known as Concessional Contributions – the employer gets a tax concession (deduction) at year end.

Group Contract Employer Contributions such as a Collective Agreement          No

Refers to agreement such as those found in awards and enterprise bargaining documents that result in all affected employees being entitled to a greater employer contribution.

Employee Personal Deductions – treated as an AFTER tax deduction                 No

The Gross Payment amount on the employee’s payment summary is not reduced by this deduction. It is also known as Non-Concessional contribution.

Additional Employer Contributions BEFORE tax                                                         Yes

These are contributions which exceed what the employer needs to contribute.  The effect is for the gross payment to the employee is lower than what it would otherwise had been. Also known as Concessional Contribution.

Employee Personal Deductions – treated as a BEFORE tax deduction                 Yes

This is known as a salary sacrifice deduction and results in the Gross Payments figure on the employee’s payment summary being reduced. Also known as Concessional Contribution.

NOTE –

Superannuation Guarantee Act exempt employees  YES – If employee negotiated or influenced

If the employer choose to pay superannuation for SGA exempt employees, those contributions will be reportable as RESC only if the employee has negotiated and influenced the decision of the employer.

If the employer has made the decision themselves to go ahead and pay super in the above scenarios even though they may not be required to (by award or collective agreement), then that super will not be reportable as long as the employer can substantiate that this was done for example for Administrative Simplicity and it has not been influenced by the employee.

For more information refer to ATO for Reportable Superannuation ContributionsInstructions for employers (NAT 72916)

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MYOB – How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

MYOB - How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

MYOB – How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

If you are a business in the building and construction industries, you may be wondering how to generate in MYOB a Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when is the due date?

Here we look at what the 1 – Australian Tax Office (ATO) requires and how to 2 – The steps to set up and generate a Taxable Payments Annual Report from Reckon/Quickbooks software.

1 – ATO Requirements

From the ATO website latest page 23 June 2016 –

Taxable payments reporting – building and construction industry

Businesses in the building and construction industry need to report the total payments they make to each contractor for building and construction services each year.

You need to report these payments to us on the Taxable Payments Annual Report by 28 August each year.

To make it easier to complete the annual report, you may need to check the way you currently record your contractor payment information.

The information reported about payments made to building and construction contractors is used in our data matching program to detect contractors who have not either:

  • Lodged tax returns
  • Included all their income on tax returns that have been lodged.

2 – MYOB – The steps to set up and generate the report are –

How to track reportable payments in AccountRight

Once you set up MYOB, you can start marking transactions as reportable including –

  • Spend Money payments made to suppliers as reportable. You can also set up a supplier so that any payments for them are automatically included in reporting.
  • Bills and Orders recorded for suppliers. Payments received against these transactions will be included in the report.

You can then generate a report that will help you complete the ATO forms, or create a report file you can lodge electronically.

Lodging your report electronically

You can lodge your report electronically, using the ATO’s Business Portal. If you haven’t already set up access to the Business Portal, you should do this so you’ll be able to lodge the report when it’s due. See the ATO website for more information.

Set the reporting preference

  1. Go to the Setup menu > Preferences. The Preferences window appears.
  2. Click the Reports & Forms tab and select the preference, I Report Taxable Payments Made to Contractors.
  3. Click OK.

When you record a Spend Money or Purchase transaction, the Reportable Payment option will appear in the transaction window. Select this option to mark the transaction as being a reportable payment.

  1. Set up suppliers to report
  2. Go to the Card File command centre and click Cards List. The Cards List window appears.
  3. Click the Supplier tab.
  4. Click the zoom arrow of the card you want to set up. The Card Information window appears.
  5. Click the Buying Details tab.
  6. Select Report Taxable Payments. In the message that appears, choose whether to report any existing transactions for the supplier for the current financial year. Note that you can later remove payments from reporting.
  7. Click OK. The Cards List window reappears. Whenever the card is selected in a Spend Money or purchase transaction, the transaction is marked as reportable by default. 

To create the taxable payments report –

  1. Go to the Purchases command centre and click Report Taxable Payments. The Taxable Payments Assistant opens.
  2. Click Next. The Company Information window appears.
  3. Enter any company information that doesn’t appear by default.
  4. Click Next. The Review window appears.
    In this window, you can click Review Your Transactions to:

Review all transactions marked as reportable

Change the reporting status of transactions.

  1. Click Next. The Create window appears.
  2. Click View Taxable Payments Report. The Taxable Payments Annual Report (Detail) report appears. You can use the report to help you complete your ATO forms, or to keep for your records.
  3. If you’re lodging the Taxable Payments Annual Report file:

        Click Create Taxable Payments File. The Save As window appears.

        Select the location to store the file and click Save.

  1. Click Finish to close the assistant.

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Reckon/Quickbooks – How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

Reckon/Quickbooks – How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

Reckon/Quickbooks – How to set up and how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – and when due?

Businesses in the building and construction industries need to know how to report Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) – so how do we set up the Reckon/Quickbooks file, how do we generate the report and when is the due date to report?

We start with the ATO requirements, then how to set up and create the report in Reckon/Quickbooks.

ATO Requirements

From the ATO website latest page 23 June 2016 –

Taxable payments reporting – building and construction industry

Businesses in the building and construction industry need to report the total payments they make to each contractor for building and construction services each year.

You need to report these payments to us on the Taxable payments annual report by 28 August each year.

To make it easier to complete the annual report, you may need to check the way you currently record your contractor payment information.

The information reported about payments made to building and construction contractors is used in our data matching program to detect contractors who have not either:

  • lodged tax returns
  • included all their income on tax returns that have been lodged.

Reckon/Quickbooks – The steps to set up and generate the report are –

1 . Enable the Taxable Payment Reporting option in the preference to be able to open the report

  1. Go to the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
  2. Choose the Tax item and go to the Company Preferences tab.
  3. In the Taxable Payment Report section, click to select the Enable the Taxable Payment Reporting option.
  4. Click OK.

2.  Enable a supplier (sub-contractor) to become reportable on the Taxable Payment report

  1. Go to the Suppliers menu and choose Supplier Centre.
  2. On the Suppliers tab, double click the supplier’s name to open the supplier’s profile.
  3. Click to select the “Include in Taxable Payments electronic report” option.
  4. Click OK.

3.  How do I create this report to have what I need to write on the ATO form?

  1. Go to the Suppliers menu, click Tax Activities, click Process Taxable Payments.
    The Process Taxable Payments annual report window opens.
  2. Click the Tax Year drop-down to select the tax year you are reporting on.
  3. If applicable, click the Withholding Liability Account drop-down to select the account you use to track withholding tax.
  4. Click the (tick) column to select the selected suppliers that you want to appear in the selected tax year’s report.
  5. Click the supplier to view the transactions for each supplier that are included in the report.
    The Supplier Taxable Payments Details – <supplier name> window opens.
  6. You can review each transaction and click to deselect if you don’t want it included.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Click Save to save the changes (if you have made them) in the Process Taxable Payments annual report window.
  9. Click Export to save the report to your disk. The Select Location for Tax Payment Report File window opens. Enter a file name for the report, we recommend using the date in the file name.
    The default location for the file is \\ProgramData\Intuit\ReckonAccounts 2013\<level> 2013\<Company Name>\Export Files\Tax Payment Reports. For Reckon Accounts Hosted users, the default location is “Q:\ “
  10. Click Save. You will receive a message that the file has been successfully written. If you have electronic key, you can upload the file to your ATO portal

Note: If you make any changes to the data whilst the Taxable Payments Annual Report Window is open, the report needs to be closed and reopened for it to refresh.

4.  How do you Amend the TPAR report if incorrect?

If you require to submit an amended report to the ATO, select the Generate Taxable Payments as ‘Amended’ option in the Process Taxable Payments annual report window.

Select the supplier that has been amended from the list and click Create Report.

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Reckon/Quickbooks – Accounts Hosted and PC – How to set up and use ABA files to pay creditors – simplify!

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Reckon/Quickbooks – Accounts Hosted and PC – How to change the email message for sales invoices

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Here is the procedure of how to set up and use ABA files to pay creditors (For Reckon Hosted and some recent Quickbooks versions) –

Before you can prepare an electronic payment file, you need to complete the following steps.

First – Set Up the a bank account in R for Online Banking

  1. Open the bank account you wish to enable for online banking
  • Go to the Lists menu, and click Chart of Accounts. The Chart of Accounts opens.
  • Select the bank account you want to enable, right-click and then select Edit Account. The account details open ready for you to edit.
  1. Click the Online Bank Details
  2. Click to select the Online Account Access check box. R makes a number of fields that relate to online banking active. Enter mandatory information about the online bank account set up with your bank.

Complete the following details:

  • Click the Financial Institution drop-down arrow and select the bank. This may take a few seconds to process.
  • Enter the code in the Branch Code field to identify the branch for the financial institution. This code is known in Australia as a BSB number.
  • Enter the account number in the Account Number
  • Click the Account Type drop-down arrow and select the type of account.
    You may choose cheque, savings, credit card, money market or line of credit.
  • Click to select Include Balance Record if you want to include a balance record for online banking files (ABA format) that you generate. This applies if you plan to pay employees or suppliers by generating online banking files (ABA format) in Reckon. Most banks require online banking files to include a balance record within the ABA file format. You should check with your financial institution first.
  • Enter an APCA number in the APCA number field for this account if it is different from the Default APCA number for your company. The APCA number entered in account details always overrides the default APCA number entered in company banking preferences for all online banking transactions using this account.
  1. Click Save & Close.

Second – Set up Suppliers and Employees for Online Banking

Updating Suppliers:

  1. Go to the Suppliers Centre then >Suppliers Tab >
  2. >Double Click a Supplier
  3. >Bank Details Tab >Enter Account Name (of Supplier), their Bank Account Number, Bank Name, Branch Code (BSB eg 083245, 6 digits) OK
  4. Repeat for all suppliers to be paid using ABA files, or that supply a bank account to pay (not Bpay suppliers usually)

Third  – Process Transactions and Create Online Banking File

Pay Bills

This involves processing transactions as normal, but at the Pay Bills window, Reckon should identify payments set up for banking online and have those ready to include when creating an online banking file. So ensure at the bottom the bank you set up for ABA id=s selected, and next to that the Payment Method is “Bank Online”. Finish transaction with Pay Selected Bills. Then Pay more Bills for the next suppliers to pay or Done to finish.

Create an online banking file:

  1. Go to the Online Banking Centre: > (top menu) Banking menu and click Online Banking Centre.
  2. Scroll to the section To Bank (at bottom).
  3. Choose the date you want the payment to be made, using the calendar from the Date to be Processed field or today’s date as defaults.
  4. Enter a payment description eg Creditors or Bills or Pays. If no payment description is entered, a description of “payment” will display in the ABA file by default.
  5. Tick payees from the list. Each payee must have a bank account defined for them under their employee or supplier record. This includes details for Bank Account Name, Number and Branch Code. In addition, employees must have an employee number.
  6. Click Preview ABA File if you wish to review the ABA file before creating it.
  7. Click Create ABA File. Reckon displays the standard Windows Save As dialog box with *.ABA entered in the file name at the end.
  8. Enter a name for the online banking file (leaving the .ABA) and choose a location to save it, such as desktop. Reckon provides a default folder within the installation directory called Export Files/ ABA Files. You may choose to save the ABA file in this directory, or in any other directory of your choice.
  9. Click Save.
  10. Your ABA file is now ready for upload to the relevant financial institution.
  11. Follow their online instructions to upload a payment file.

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Reckon ONE – Support User guides and How-to Videos

Reckon ONE – Support User guides and How-to Videos

Reckon ONE – Support User guides and How-to Videos

Have you started with Reckon One? It is the Reckon online accounting software where you pay for the modules you need – starting at $5 month, you can enter data and reconcile the bank, report on GST for BAS, online backup and 24/7 support. Then invoicing $3, bank feeds of transactions into the software $3, and payroll $3 – each is billed monthly for each module – eg all these listed come to 5+3+3+3. = $14 monthly.

Want some videos and manuals?

Training Reckon ONE http://go.reckon.com/training-one/ starts at live webinars to attend/book

Next tab is Videos page – http://go.reckon.com/newreckonone-videos/

Next tab is Recorded Webinars – http://go.reckon.com/reckon-one-recorded-webinars/(getting Started, Core Modules, Invoices, Projects (Jobs) and Bank Data Module)

YouTube videos – payroll

Payroll set up https://youtu.be/3t_yQ1F5wew

Process Pay Run https://youtu.be/T4_V1PjT5BY

User Support & Guide download from –http://home.reckon.com.au/support/Home/ReckonSupport/InstallationUpgradeGuides.aspx

Community Reckon One – https://community.reckon.com/reckon/categories/reckonltd_reckon_one  where you can search your topics at the top search box

Knowledge Base (KB) – FAQs and Search links – http://kb.reckon.com.au/index.asp

Also don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions on 1300 756 663 or onlinesales@reckon.com.au.

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Business Tax Tips – Tax on unused annual & long service leave on termination

Business Tax Tips – Tax on unused annual & long service leave on termination

Business Tax Tips – Tax on unused annual & long service leave on termination

The tax on unused annual & long service leave on termination needs to be carefully determined to ensure compliance. The ATO explains what applies at Schedule 7 – Tax table for unused leave payments on termination of employment. Here is some of the info on that ATO page –

For payments made on or after 1 July 2015

This document is a withholding schedule made by the Commissioner of Taxation in accordance with sections 15-25 and 15-30 of Schedule 1 to the Taxation Administration Act 1953 (TAA). It applies to withholding payments covered by section 12-90 of Schedule 1 to the TAA.

Using this table

You should use this table if you pay an amount to an employee for unused leave on the termination of their employment or office.

Unused leave payments on termination of employment or office include:

  • Annual leav
      • holiday pay
      • leave loading
      • leave bonuses
  • Long service leave.

NOTE – Before calculating the amount to be withheld, you must work out if the payments are being made as a result of a genuine redundancy, invalidity or an early retirement scheme.

For more information, refer to Withholding from unused leave payments on termination of employment.

Working out the withholding amount – depends if TFN provided

1. When a TFN is provided

The amount to withhold is calculated using the table below.

If the post-17 August 1993 lump sum payment from normal termination is less than $300, you must withhold the lesser of the following:

    • The amount worked out using the table below
    • 32% of the payment.

tax on leave annual

tax on leave long service

Rounding of withholding amounts

Withholding amounts calculated by applying this table are rounded to the nearest dollar. Results ending in 50 cents or higher are rounded upwards. If a TFN is not provided, ignore cents when calculating withholding amounts.

Marginal rate calculation

To work out the marginal rate, you must:

    • Using the relevant PAYG withholding tax table, work out the amount to withhold from your employee’s normal gross earnings for a regular pay period.
    • Divide the amount of the payment by the number of normal pay periods in 12 months (12 monthly payments, 26 fortnightly payments or 52 weekly payments).
    • Ignore any cents.
    • Add the amount at step 3 to the normal gross earnings for a single pay period.
    • Use the same PAYG withholding tax tables used at step 1 to work out the amount to withhold for the amount at step 4.
    • Subtract the amount at step 1 from the amount at step 5.
    • Multiply the amount obtained at step 6 by the number of normal pay periods in 12 months (12 monthly payments, 26 fortnightly payments or 52 weekly payments).

NOTE – Do not withhold any amount for:

    • Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debts
    • Trade Support Loan (TSL) debts
    • Financial Supplement debts.

Normal gross earnings

Normal gross earnings are all payments, except those relating to termination payments, received in the last full pay period of employment. This includes taxable allowances, overtime and bonuses. Therefore, your employee’s normal gross earnings should be taken to be the earnings relating to the last full pay period worked.

Where your employee’s pay fluctuates significantly over a number of pay periods, we will accept an average of gross taxable earnings for the financial year to date over the number of pays received.

Example

The following example uses the Weekly tax table (NAT 1005) effective from 1 July 2015.

Beth retires on 31 December 2015. She qualified for long service leave after 10 years of service, with further leave accruing on each completed year of service.

She is not leaving because of genuine redundancy, invalidity or under an early retirement scheme.

This week Beth also receives her normal weekly earnings of $800. She has quoted her TFN and has claimed the tax-free threshold. Therefore, the amount withheld is calculated using column 2 of the Weekly tax table.

Details of payment for long service leave

Pre-16 August 1978 component = $3,690.00

16 August 1978 to 17 August 1993 component = $7,700.00

Post-17 August 1993 component = $10,890.00

Amounts to be withheld

Pre–16 August 1978 component subject to withholding

= $3,690.00 × 5% = $184.50

The marginal rate calculation is used to work out the amount to be withheld from the pre-16 August 1978 component.

16 August 1978 to 17 August 1993 component

= $7,700.00 × 32% = $2,464.00

The post-17 August 1993 component of $10,890.00 is also to be withheld at the marginal rate. To simplify the marginal rate calculation for this employee, the pre-16 August 1978 component and the post-17 August 1993 component are added together first: $184.50 + $10,890.00 = $11,074.50

Now apply the marginal rate calculation to the sum of the two components.

Step Instruction Result
1 Amounts to be withheld from normal gross earnings ($800) $113
2 Divide the amount of the payment by the number of normal pay periods in 12 months ($11,074.50/52) $212.97
3 Disregard any cents $212
4 Add the amount at step 3 to normal gross earnings for a single pay period ($800 + $212) $1,012
5 Work out the amount to be withheld from the amount at step 4 ($1,012) $187
6 Subtract the amount at step 1 from the amount at step 5 ($187 – $113) $74
7 Multiply the amount at step 6 by the number of normal pay periods in 12 months ($74 x 52) $3,848

The amount to be withheld from the three components of Beth’s unused long service leave payments is $6,312 ($2,464 + $3,848).

The total amount to be withheld is then $6,425 ($113 withholding from normal earnings plus $6,312 withholding from long service leave).

2. When a TFN has not been provided

If your employee who is receiving the unused leave payments has not provided you with their TFN before the payment is made, you must withhold 49% from the payment.

If your employee is a foreign resident who has not provided you with their TFN, you must withhold 47% from the payment.

NOTE – If your employee believes that for their circumstances the amount you withhold will be too much, they may apply for a variation to reduce the amount of withholding.

For more information refer to PAYG withholding – varying your PAYG withholding

NOTE – QC 46069 contains precisely the same content as QC 45606, which is Schedule 7 – Tax table for unused leave payments on termination of employment.

For more information see HERE

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