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Use Agrimaster Cash Book reports to review and manage your business. The reports can be used to summarise your business activity at any time during the month or year.

  1.   Click on Home
  2.   Click on Cash Book
  3.  Click on Report and choose a report that answers a management question
  4. For example, you might click on one of these reports

    Monthly Report

     

    Lists all transactions entered into the Cash Book for the month. Includes reconciliation details. Recommended: Print the Monthly Report prior to closing each month.

    Cash Book Summary

     

    Shows the current state of all entries in the Cash Book including unprinted cheques and invoices.

    Transfers Report

     

    Displays cash transfers made between bank accounts for any period, such as payments from a Farm Cheque account to a Farm Loan account.

  5. Click on Print
  6. Click on   to close and click on  to close  (again) to return to the report window

 

Tax Reports 

Tax Reports

 

Tax Reports are run to get data for the Business Activity Statement for the tax period. If a report in the Tax Reports window is grey, no data has been entered into the Cash Book to fit that report or the Tax Setup needs additional input.

 

 

GST (Full report)

 

Shows lines of detail group tax by categories. For example, the report lists all the tax collected for each invoice you issued to customers. You will also see lists of tax free items (such as interest) and wage tax withheld.

Installment Income Tax (Details)

 

Used when the ATO requires a business to pay PAYG Income Tax Installments. Refer to your accountant for additional advice.

Wages Tax Deductions (Details)

 

Used by businesses that pay employees and withhold tax from the salary or wage.

Withholding Tax Deductions (Details)

 

Used when the supplier with no ABN has been paid and taxes were withheld on behalf of the ATO. The report totals the amount paid to the supplier and to be paid to the ATO.

Fuel Tax Rebate (Details)

 

Lists fuel by the number of litres of diesel and petrol. Estimates the fuel tax credit based on the percentages of business and private use in the Setup > Tax section. The litres for each purchase are required to claim the tax rebate.

 

Budgets and Forecasting Reports

Budget Comparison Reports

 

Displays the difference between actual cash flows and budgeted cash flows. Recommended, print this as a compliment the Monthly Report as part of a month closing process.

Cashflow Forecast

 

This report requires either a quick or full a budget to produce a cashflow forecast.  

 

Farm Performance Reports

Stacked Report Generator

 

Design custom reports with custom selected data. Run these reports to group data by Enterprises and Allocations. For example, create custom reports of an Enterprise income center for Cattle subtotaled by the money of spent on vehicles, buildings and equipment Allocated to run that income center.

Enterprise Report

 

Generate sales and cost reports using Enterprise codes. Example Enterprises - Cattle, Sheep and Cropping.

 

Accounting Reports

These reports may require the assistance of your accountant to select the options that give an appropriate answer to your financial questions.

Accounting Reports

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Access a group of reports for your accountant or insurance company to assess the value of your company. Reports include Profit Loss, Balance Sheet, Cash Trial Balance and Creditor Debtor Summary

Profit Loss

 

Summarise the revenues, costs and expenses incurred during the fiscal quarter or fiscal year.

 

Balance Sheet

 

Print a financial statement at any time of the business’s assets, liability and equity (shareholders’ equity). View a summary of what the business owns and owes. For example, accountants may use a balance sheet assess the sale price of a business.

Cash Trial Balance

 

Run to provide details and totals to your accountant. Optionally, the Trial Balance can include outstanding transactions at the beginning and end of the period.

Creditor Debtor Summary

 

Lists debtors and creditors by account. Includes a breakdown by Net, GST and Gross. Shows loan balances, money due from buyers, money yet to be paid to suppliers or the tax office.

 

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