Question re Sage A/cs Production...


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Joanne Hewitt

Hi all,

Have just bought Sage A/cs production and am still getting used to it, but
wonder if anyone out there can help me....?

If a client has a year-end date that does not coincide with the end of the
tax year (eg. y/e Sep 03), how can I print out tax schedules up to end of
tax year? (Which would include figures for their previous year's a/cs too)

When I used to use Sage Line 50, I used to enter the figures onto it in vat
quarter's, then print out reports at the dates I wanted, before working out
the tax.

I was hoping my new package would make it a bit easier for me....

Many thanks,
Joanne Hewitt
 
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Joanne Hewitt

Sorry - what "basic book-keeping package"?? I have 3 different sage
versions that I use at the moment for different people.

Thanks,
Joanne Hewitt
 
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Joanne Hewitt

Thanks Dave, I'll try the forum. I have sagecover, but can't log into the
site page for some reason.

Joanne
 
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Dave

Thanks Dave, I'll try the forum. I have sagecover, but can't log into the
site page for some reason.

Joanne
The forum roxx

It's not affiliated to sage and we say it as we see it

Dave
 
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Peter Saxton

Sorry - what "basic book-keeping package"?? I have 3 different sage
versions that I use at the moment for different people.

Thanks,
Joanne Hewitt
How about Sage Line 50, Sage Instant Accounts, or any non-Sage
accounting package? You could even be using Excel for day to day
bookkeeping.

Doesn't Sage Accounts Production start from a trial balance?



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Joanne Hewitt

Hi again,

Yes I use all of those daily, but still can't separate the dates using the
S.A.P package, looks like carrying on with my old way for now!

I can also export the tax figures from S.A.P to most tax packages, but if
half the figures come from one year and half from another - I can't think of
a way round it...

Cheers,
Joanne Hewitt
 
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Peter Saxton

Hi again,

Yes I use all of those daily, but still can't separate the dates using the
S.A.P package, looks like carrying on with my old way for now!

I can also export the tax figures from S.A.P to most tax packages, but if
half the figures come from one year and half from another - I can't think of
a way round it...

Cheers,
Joanne Hewitt
I would have thought that if you need the details you should try
exporting to Excel from the easiest exportable software. What
information is it that you need on a tax year basis?



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J

Joanne Hewitt

Hi,

I just need the figures to do the standard SA return - I have a friend who
tries to change his clients year end date to 5th April which makes
everything a lot easier for him.

I use excel a lot anyway, so i think I'll carry on with that and use the
reports from Line 50 too.

Cheers,
joanne
 
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Peter Saxton

Hi,

I just need the figures to do the standard SA return - I have a friend who
tries to change his clients year end date to 5th April which makes
everything a lot easier for him.

I use excel a lot anyway, so i think I'll carry on with that and use the
reports from Line 50 too.

Cheers,
joanne
If it's for the self-employment part then you should just use whatever
year the accounts are for.



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