GST Processor

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GST Processor

AutoCount Accounting contains a feature in it GST function that will help to gather all information related to the GST entries and provide the summary reports that can be used for submission. This feature is called the GST Processor.

Go to GST > GST Processor

Click on New


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Click on Next,


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This message is prompt to advise the user to do the bank reconciliation before the submission of GST. Click on ok to proceed the steps.


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Click on Next,


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None: transaction had not undergone any bad debt relief claims.

Bad Debt Relief: transaction which had undergone bad debt relief claims.

Bad Debt: transaction which had undergone bad debt relief claims but turned into bad debt at another taxable period

Bad Debt with Bad Debt Relief: transaction which had turned into bad debt without bad debt relief claims.


Click on Next,


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Click on Next,


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Note: It is advisable to run the GST Processor after 21th of the month. Reverse transferred DO does not function if you have transferred DO more than 21 days when running GST Processor before 21th of the month.

Click on Next,


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Click on Next,


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Click on Finish


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Preview & Print: to view, export and print GST related reports.

Generate GAF: to generate GST Audit File in XML or Text format or both.

Export Attachment in Excel: to export the Lampiran 2 format in excel.

Generate GST Return File: to generate GST Return File in XML or Text format or both for online submission.

Hide Options: to hide the Options portion so that the screen has more space for details. Click on Show Options to show it again.

Commit: to commit the GST Processor


Tax Summary: to show the summary of all tax code

GST-03: to print or preview the GST-03 form

GAF Viewer: to show the summary by purchase and supplies

CN DN List: to show all AR & AP Debit Note and Credit Note

Bad Debt Relief: to show all AR & AP Bad Debt Relief

Bad Debt Recovery: to show all AR & AP Bad Debt Recovery

Outstanding DO: to show all outstanding DO that not yet transfer to invoice

Reverse Transferred DO: to show Reverse Transferred DO

Unapplied Payment: to show all the unapplied payment

Reverse Applied Payment: to show Reverse Applied Payment


Click on Commit,


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Click on Yes,


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Click on OK,


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Amendment: if tick means the GST processor being amended.

Carry Forward Refund for GST: tick if you choose to carry forward refund for GST


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After commit GST, a journal entry for GST Control Account is generated at the end of the submission month.


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Note: Journal Entry is created for committed GST Processor.


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After GST Processor is committed, you are not supposed to delete the GST Processor.

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You are only allow to process next month GST Processor when the latest month GST Processor is submitted.


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When preparing payment to Customs, create a payment voucher for GST Control Account.

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Note: Cash Book Entry for payment to customs.


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You can drill down the detail listing by clicking the figure in the reports.

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You also can print other GST reports in GST Processor and GST Instant Info.

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Bad Debt Relief

A GST registered business can claim bad debt relief (GST tax amount that paid earlier to custom) if they have not received any payment from their debtor after 6th months from the date of invoice. As opposite to the creditor, he need to create the bad debt relief to pay back the GST tax amount if he did not make any payment to his supplier after 6 months from the date of invoice.


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Create Bad Debt Relief is used when you want to claim AR bad debt relief but insolvency of debtor is not confirmed yet. In simple word, you not sure whether your debtor will be able to pay you back in the future. When you create bad debt relief, system will pass a journal to debit input tax account for claiming AR bad debt relief purpose. There is no effect on the balance of the debtor.


Create Bad Debt with Bad Debt Relief is used when you want to claim AR bad debt relief and insolvency of debtor is confirmed. When you create bad debt with bad debt relief, system will pass a journal to debit input tax account for claiming AR bad debt relief purpose and credit debtor balance for bad debt written off purpose. The balance of the debtor is reduced accordingly.

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