Gift rule is for user to record their gifts.
Go to GST > Gift Rule
Document No: <<New>> means to follow auto-running numbering (maintained at Document Numbering Format Maintenance), and the next possible number is displayed at the top bar of the window. You may click on it to key in any number you like.
Document Date: System date is automatically captured, you may click to change.
Name: Select the name of gift recipients. You may click on it to key in any name you like.
Show Debtor Name: To show debtor company name from the Name selection.
Show Creditor Name: To show creditor company name from the Name selection.
I/C No. / Business Reg. No: Key in I/C No. of an individual or registration No. of a company. I/C No. / Business Reg. No will be captured automatically if select debtor, creditor or names that previously entered before.
Address 1-4: Key in address of recipients. Address will be captured automatically if select debtor, creditor or names that previously entered before.
Email Address: Key in email address of recipients. Email address will be captured automatically if select debtor, creditor or names that previously entered before.
Phone: Key in phone of recipients. Phone will be captured automatically if select debtor, creditor or names that previously entered before.
Gift Description: Key in any description for this gift.
Currency Code: Select currency code of this gift record.
To Tax Currency Rate: Key in tax currency rate of this gift record. Only applicable when selecting other currencies.
Gift Total Amount: Key in gift value before GST.
Tax Currency Gift Total Amount: Gift local value before GST
Footer grid: To display history or previous gift record for current debtor, creditor or person (name). User can double click to drill down to the gift record.
After save, proceed with new Gift Rule: When this is checked, a fresh screen will be ready for new gift rule upon Save; if unchecked will exit the transaction screen upon Save.
Click on Save.
If accumulated gift amount of current debtor, creditor or names for the fiscal year is below RM 500, save complete without any further action. If more or equal to RM 500, system will prompt user to generate journal to account for output tax. Click Yes to save and generate journal for output tax.
- Output tax will be calculated from the total gift amount for that fiscal year. Consequences gift rule in future will calculate only on the new gift amount since the old record had already been account for GST. Every new fiscal year will reset the accumulated gift amount.
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