Questions & Answers
Q: I'm having difficulty importing my csv files from Jan-Mar 2015. I'm doing exactly the same thing I did for April-June 2015. It worked perfectly before. I'm using chrome if that helps any. Please tell me I can work backwards?
A: Something must be different? Chrome is good so not sure what the issue is. Have a look at http://bas-i.com.au/importbanktransactions.html for instructions making sure csv files are in standard format / order of Date, Amount, Account. If your csv files have the same structure you should be able to import. If not you can edit your csv file in your spreadsheet. Date should be dd/mm/yyyy and amounts should just be numbers (no $ sign). You can set this with Excel formatting to remove the $ formatting and then when you save the file as a csv file save it as a csv without any formatting (Excel will usually ask). If it work previously and not know maybe your csv file is different? Not sure what you mean by work backwards?
Q: Having an issue with Password Protected cells on my worksheet?
A: Input cells (blue) are not protected and are the only cells that should be changed for the software to function correctly. As outlined in the Terms and Conditions and Frequently Asked Questions page all non-input cells and Visual Basic code are protected to ensure integrity and protect source code. All input is via unprotected input cells, protected cells contain formula and should not be changed. The software is fully functional and the protection is in place to ensure the software formula and code is not corrupted.
Q: Hi. How do I go about starting the new tax year 2015-2016? Do you have to close the past year somehow or is it simply a matter of carrying on recording expenses and income after changing the financial year? Thanks for your help.
A: That is correct, just change the financial year and carry on.
Q: What is my BAS-I.C profile?
A: Thanks for the feedback .. re the profile that is the type of account you have set up. You can see all plan features at http://www.bas-i.com.au/?getcontent=plans . During initial introductory evaluation BAS-I.C Free provides full functionality. After this it becomes advertising supported and some functionality is restricted. BAS-I.C Plus provides ongoing Backup, Archive, Import and Export functionality. For details please refer to http://www.bas-i.com.au/?getcontent=plans .
Q: Hi, I have a 2004 version that I bought from you. I tried using it now and the version does not activate the buttons to do the calculations on Excel 2010. Is there an update that I need to get or must I buy a new version?
A: Microsoft have altered the way macros are enabled by Excel and the 2004 Business Valuation Model Excel utilised macros and may not function correctly. In this case a current version can be downloaded and license be purchased from https://bizpep.com/businessvaluation.html . The current version has been updated and does not utilize macros.