Jeanette Chong

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      0 comments  ·  QuickBooks Online Feature Requests » Payroll  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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          2 comments  ·  QuickBooks Online Feature Requests » Payments  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
          Jeanette Chong commented  · 

          Yes a very useful and much needed function

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            Thanks for submitting your feedback about setting default sales tax codes for customers in the Canadian version of QuickBooks Online.

            As of today, this functionality is now live. You can add a default tax code to any customer, and QuickBooks Online will remember it for all future transactions. You can find additional details in our support article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1692455

            Thanks,
            The Intuit QuickBooks Team

            Jeanette Chong commented  · 

            If one enters a bill, and tries to put the whole amount under GST paid out you can't. Many companies import items they have to pay the GST on. But to enter a bill and have it all HST you can't do that.

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              5 comments  ·  QuickBooks Online Feature Requests  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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                  Jeanette Chong commented  · 

                  I make journal entries monthly for my clients Credit Cards. This saves enormous amounts of time when reconciling. Since some items have GST/HST on them and different amounts it is easier putting in the GST on one line at the end of the entry. However those entries will not show up on the report when filing the tax return. One must have these show up on the reports. If QBO doesn't do this many Canadian Clients will not be making the switch to online. This is especially important when posting meals and entertainment. We are only allowed to claim 50% of these expenses, and therefore can only claim 50% of the GST paid out on these expenses.

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