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MYOB Introduction Course (MYOB Introduction Course - Darwin)

Darwin, NT

BSBFIA303 – Process Accounts Payable and Receivable – Nationally Endorsed Industry Competency General Details Duration : three x half days Prerequisite : Experience with Microsoft Windows and use of a mouse. Objectives : To provide a thorough understanding of the comprehensive concepts and skills that will enable the participant to effectively use MYOB. Methodology : Group and individual instruction, hands on, practical exercises, visual aids, comprehensive course documentation. Expected Outcome : By the end of the course the participant should be able to use the following functions and features of MYOB. Basic Orientation :• Overview of MYOB• Starting MYOB in Microsoft Windows• The MYOB Screen• Navigating the Command Centre• Using the Command Centre• Finding Transactions• Company Viability• Exiting MYOB• Other Things to Know About MYOB Creating a New Company File :• Getting Ready for MYOB• Creating a New Company File• Activating Your Company File Charts of Accounts :• Chart of Accounts Overview• Starting MYOB With a Specific File• Modifying Existing Accounts• Header and Detail Accounts• Deleting Accounts• Linking Accounts• Checking Tax Codes• Preparing for Electronic Banking Opening Balances :• Opening Balances Overview• Entering Opening Balances• Opening Balances• Checking Your Balance Sheet• Checking Your Profit and Loss Historical Balances :• Historical Balances Overview• Changing Update Preferences• Entering Customer Balances• Entering Supplier Balances Cards :• Cards Overview• Entering Customer Details• Entering Supplier Details• Changing Credit Terms• Choosing a Form Layout Setting Up Inventory (Optional) :• Overview of Inventory• Entering Inventory Items• More Complex Items• Counting Stock and Adjusting Inventory Purchasing :• Purchasing Overview• Simple Purchasing• Raising a Purchase Order• Printing Purchase Orders• Emailing Purchase Orders• Receiving Ordered Items• Receiving Items without the Bill• Obtaining Quotes• Completing Quotes• Restocking from Inventory Paying for Purchases :• Payments Overview• Determining the State of Your Payments• Finding Due Dates• Locating a Specific Order or Bill• Making Payments Selling :• Sales Overview• Creating an Item Invoice• Checking the Sales Journal• The Invoice from Hell• Printing Invoices• Emailing an Invoice• Entering Cash Sales Invoicing Techniques :• More Invoicing Techniques• Placing Items on Back Order• Creating a Service Invoice• Viewing Your Invoices• Raising a Credit Note• Settling the Credit Receivables :• Receivables Overview• Applying Payments• Applying Payments to Multiple Invoices• Preparing a Bank Deposit Slip• Printing an Invoice Statement• Printing an Activity Statement• Analysing Sales Performance Working Inventory (Optional) :• Inventory On a Day to Day Basis• Creating an Auto‐Build Item• Checking Inventory Status• Auto‐Building Inventory• Fulfilling Backorders Cheques :• Banking Overview• Writing Cheques• Recurring Cheques• Using a Recurring Cheque• Printing Cheques• Receiving Money Reconciliations :• Reconciliation Overview• Producing a Reconciliation Report• Accounting for Government Charges• Bank Statements and the GST• Performing a Reconciliation Working with Reports :• Overview of Reports• Generating Reports• Customising Reports• Changing Orientation• Reporting in Microsoft Excel MYOB and the GST :• GST Overview• Tax Inclusive Transactions• Examining Tax Codes• Withholding Tax• Examining GST Accounts• Running GST Reports Business Activity Statement :• Business Activity Statement Overview• Preparing to Use BASlink• Creating Additional GST• Account Numbers• Running Pre‐BAS Reports• Setting Up the BASlink Worksheet• Entering Values Directly• Calculating Your PAYG Instalment• Creating BAS Transaction Details• Making the Tax Payment
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