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Q: I need to re-create our floor duty schedule, but the software won't allow me to make any changes.
A: Input cells are not protected and are the only cells that should be changed for the software to function correctly. Allother cells contain formula. Input your roster setting/constraints as per the Help file instructions at www.bizpeponline.com and then Build a Roster to automatically create a roster based on your settings.
Q: I am after a simple system that will create a category for each expense, add up the category total and give me a result. I also want a system that will transfer the purchases listed on my bank statements directly to the program so I don't have to transfer them manually Does your system do both these?
A: Yes you can set up required accounts, import bank csv files and allocate them to an account see bas-i.com.au for more info.
Q: I am in the process of preparing my tax info for my accountant. I was wondering how I get my information onto a USB or whatever it is I need to do?
A: The most common method is simply select the required Full Year (FY) and then Summary View and from the Summary Controls Print either as a hard copy or pdf to your usb. You can also do the same for BAS View. This should provide all you need.
Q: Just sorting my BAS and wonder if you have a provision for wages/payroll? Wages and Super are non GST right?
A: You can include wage accounts by selecting Include Wages from the tax setup options when you click the arrow down icon at the top beside the Business Name button. This will add wage related tax items and accounts you can then use these to record wages and they will be applied as wages in your BAS (no gst). More information is available at bas-i.com.au and bas-i.com.au
Q: I do the books for multiple small business. Is there a way to add two small businesses without deleting the records of the other?
A: There are a couple of options. You can use Back Up / Full Restore each time you want to work with a different entity which is basically saving (Back Up) the data to a file on your local system and then opening (Restore) it to work on it. See the Restore section at bas-i.com.au . This approach can also be used with files saved remotely see bas-i.com.au . Alternatively you can simply access BAS-I.C via a sub domain ie http: //www.bas-i.com.au . You can do this by adding a sub domain like mybiz. in front of your BAS-I.C Account Code url so it becomes something like http: //mybiz.bas-i.com.au?c=........ This sets BAS-I.C to a sub domain address and data is saved locally via the sub domain. In essence you can have multiple sub domains set for different entities and each data set is saved locally as an independent data set ie mybiz1.bas-i.com.au , mybiz2.bas-i.com.au etc. You should also always backup you data for each business on your local system and you could have a separate folder for each business. See bas-i.com.au for some more info.