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In this release we’ve made some improvements to Single Touch Payroll reporting, launched our new invoice importing feature, added features to the MYOB Invoices app, and made a dozen small changes too so you can enjoy a smoother workflow, more features, and fewer issues.
And, we’re excited to announce a test drive of multi-currency for AccountRight. The real thing is in the works, but for now you can try it out for yourself in the Clearwater sample file.
If you have 20 or more employees you need to be compliant for Single Touch Payroll reporting by 1 July. This release has everything you need to get ready (Plus/Premier only). If you’re new to Single Touch Payroll reporting, now is a good time to prepare. It’s a big change, so we’ve created and gathered some resources to help you.
Single Touch Payroll reporting hasn’t come into effect yet, but the Payroll Reporting window is where you need to go to get ready for it. To open it, click Payroll Reporting in the Payroll command centre.
Payroll Reporting on the Payroll command centre
From here you can check that your employee and company details meet ATO requirements.
The Payroll Reporting window
A - Company Information
View and update the company information that is reported to the ATO with your Single Touch Payroll information.
B - Check Payroll Details
This is the first step to get your payroll information ready. Click to check that all employee and company information meets ATO requirements, and to check your payroll categories and which ATO reporting category they are assigned to. You can open and fix each item directly from this window.
C - Connect to the ATO
This button won’t connect you yet, but we’ll be in touch in product to let you know when it’s ready. For now, it takes you to a checklist to make sure you’re ready to connect when it’s time.
The Check Payroll Details window gives you a list of which employee and company information doesn't meet ATO guidelines or is missing. Before you can connect to the ATO, you’ll need to fix each of these items.
This release makes the process simpler - now you can see the total number of errors, and edit items directly from the list by clicking the blue arrow next to each item.
You’ll only see the employees you need to check, because inactive employees are now excluded from the list.
Payroll categories are now included in this check. If an employee hasn’t been assigned a category, you can click the blue arrow and assign them a category.
The ATO reporting category now defaults to ATO reporting category to be assigned, rather than Not Reportable. If you have any categories assigned to Not Reportable in 2018.1, they will be changed to ATO reporting category to be assigned and you’ll have to change them back again if needed.
Once you’ve checked your payroll details and fixed any errors, make sure everything is correct by clicking Check Payroll Details again to refresh the list.
The Check Payroll Details window
Some ATO categories are now automatically assigned to superannuation payroll categories, saving you the work.
We've also added Reportable Employer Super Contributions (RESC) to AccountRight's list of ATO Reporting Categories. Now you can use this to assign superannuation categories which handle 'reportable' superannuation payments (as classified by the ATO guidelines).
There are new ATO categories that you can assign to payroll categories for Employee Termination Payments:
As you read this, we’re building multi-currency for AccountRight Premier. You don’t need to wait to try it out though–this release gives you access to a multi-currency demo for importers in the Clearwater sample file.
Open it up, have a play, and see what you think. To turn on multi-currency in Clearwater, go to Setup > Preferences > System and tick I Deal in Multiple Currencies.
Turning on multi-currency in System Preferences
Because we’re still building multi-currency for AccountRight, the beta isn’t suitable for everyone. If you like what you see and you think it might be suitable for you, you can apply for the beta.
If you have an Officeworks 30 Day Business Account, you can have your Officeworks invoices sent straight to your MYOB software. Importing your invoices automatically saves you time on data entry, and means you can be sure your information is accurate.
To set it up, log in or sign up on the Officeworks website, and click Get Officeworks invoices sent to your MYOB software. Officeworks will email you to let you know when you receive an invoice, so all you need to do is go to AccountRight’s In Tray and save the invoice as a bill. Once your bank feeds come through, the bill is automatically closed off for you.
Officeworks is only the beginning. We’re working with new suppliers to bring you simpler invoice management from more companies.
MYOB Invoices is a mobile app that lets you invoice on the go. You can manage your accounts and contacts, see who owes you money, and record payments too. And everything you do is immediately synced with your AccountRight company file.
If your company file is online, and you have a compatible Android or iOS device, you’re ready to go—all you need to do is download and install the MYOB Invoices app.
If you use the MYOB Invoices app for iOS, this update makes managing quotes on your phone better and easier.
You can now create, view, edit, preview as a PDF, print, and email quotes, straight from your phone.
Update to the latest version of AccountRight to get access to all the features in your app.
These features are coming soon for Android users.
The MYOB Invoices app
If you work in the cleaning or courier industries, update now to get ready for Taxable Payments reporting.
Taxable Payments Annual reporting will apply to courier and cleaning industries from 1 July 2018. These industries will need to submit the report at the end of the 2019 financial year.
We’ve updated references to taxable payments to include cleaning and courier industries in the following places:
When creating and editing employee cards, there was a problem which prevented you from saving without entering a state. This also prevented importing employee cards using the Import/Export Assistant, and affected the API. We’ve removed the need to enter a state.
There was an issue on the Settle Returns & Debits window that caused totals to be calculated incorrectly when you applied debits to purchases. The total owed value didn’t include the subtraction of an applicable term discount. Total owed values now calculate correctly.
We’ve fixed an issue which made the Enter Purchases window larger than normal. You can now shrink the window to fit your screen better.
When using the item layout in the Purchases window there was an issue which caused any columns you resized to revert to their original size once you closed the window. This is fixed, and your changes will be remembered.
We’ve restored the Pay All shortcut [ALT + L] in the Pay Bills window.
We’ve re-enabled wildcard searching in the Enter sales and Enter purchases windows, when filtering for items in the line entry grid. This means that when you enter a sale or a purchase, you can use an asterisk in place of part of your search when selecting an item. For example, if you type *pring your results will include any item that has ‘pring’ in the title as all or part of a word.
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