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Announcement: September 2023
We are currently well underway building our next-gen user interfaces, starting with Payroll web and mobile (released), Invoices mobile (released) and soon, advanced Payroll, Reckon Mate enhancements, and Time web.
Where appropriate we'll add features from the Product Ideas Portal to both old and new interfaces, or, where new is replacing old, we'll add to the new range only.
Thank you for your patience - whilst we understand building new interfaces and products takes longer than adding a feature, we are certain the new designs will ultimately provide a better experience for all our customers.
Add a tax column to "Make Deposits" so we can deduct Commission fees from 3rd parties, e.g Ebay, Paypal, Zip, Afterpay etc.
I would imagine a lot of companies now use a 3rd party when receiving payments from customers , whilst the customer pays by Afterpay (for example), in full, the amount transferred to us is less their commission which makes it very hard to claim the tax in Reckon Retail Premier.
Mar 15, 2021
Reckon Accounts underlying logic does not treat deposits as sales, but as movements of funds from one account to the other eg undeposited funds to bank.
The correct process to deduct fees from a sale, or indeed record a sale, is to use a SALES RECEIPT for example, and directly deposit this to a bank account, deducting fees using a discount item or a negative qty. This will ensure the tax treatment for sales and purchases are correct on your BAS and tax reports.
nb. If your sales receipts go directly to undeposited funds by default, and don't allow the selection of a bank account, you may need to change this preference (un-tick it).