New! AutoCount Accounting Version 1.9

By admin | May 23, 2018

Introduction This is a new release of AutoCount Accounting on GST updates. GST updates are based on FAQ Transitional GST document found in custom website. You can refer to the details here. This upgrade will upgrade the database version to 1.0.9.71. Section 1: GST Compliance Changes 1.  Implementation of SR–0, TX-0 Tax Code Changes on capturing tax code has been introduced to document entries on or after 01/06/2018. For document on or after 01/06/2018, if system detects the final tax code falls under the following Government Tax Code (Refer Table 1), it will be overwritten with SR-0 or TX-0 tax code automatically so that changes of default setting is not needed. Document date will be the triggering date for such implementation. *Upon this upgrade, system will auto create a SR-0 & TX-0 tax code with 0% and map to Government Tax Code SR/TX so that it will appear in Column 5(a), Column 6(a) respectively. Table 1 is a list of tax code results in transactions for this version onwards: DEFAULT SETTING                           BEFORE 1 JUNE 2018                      ON/AFTER 1 JUNE 2018…

Check AutoCount Product ID and Package

By admin | May 23, 2018

This guide demonstrates the steps how to check your Product ID and Package. 1. Login account book. 2. Go to Tools > Program Control > License Control 3. Click on “Open Account Book Registration”. The info needed will be showed.

Transition 6% to 0% GST – FAQ

By admin | May 22, 2018

Without prejudice. Note: The FAQ dated 17 May 2018 is cancelled. 1. STATUS OF GST 1.1. Q: What does the MOF statement mean / What happens to GST? A: All supplies of goods and services which are now subject to GST at standard-rated (6%) becomes zero-rated (0%) effective on 01…

GST zero rated and AutoCount

By admin | May 16, 2018

Pakatan Harapan’s manifesto was aims to abolish GST and many are figured how this will be implement. Some are not agreed in abolish the goods and services tax (GST) and reintroduce the sales and services tax (SST). Finally today May 16, 2018 the Finance Ministry had announced to continue using…

AutoCount Payroll 2.9

By admin | January 11, 2018

Introduction 1. Update PCB 2018 – Individual income tax rate is decreased by 2 percentage points for 3 chargeable income bands. 2. New Employment Insurance System (EIS) – Include EIS contribution into payroll process – All default pay slip and related reports are enhanced to support EIS For further details,…

Employment Insurance System (EIS) in AutoCount Payroll

By admin | January 11, 2018

EIS will start to implement from 1st January 2018. Employer are required to manage and submit EIS contributions to SOCSO. Both employers and employees are required to contribution 0.2% of their monthly wages. The table of contribution rate can be refer here. For more other information related to latest EIS…

AutoCount Accounting Version 1.8.28

By admin | December 13, 2017

Introduction This version of AutoCount Accounting is a maintenance release for version 1.8. Bugs Fixed and Minor Enhancement Among the newer bugs fixed and minor enhancement introduced in AutoCount Accounting version 1.8 are: (From oldest to latest) Fix Bug: Fix an issue where a user without the View Cost Access…

Claim GST input tax from hypermarket

By admin | June 16, 2017

GST registered person can claim Input tax from purchase from hypermarket such as Aeon Jusco, Tesco, 99 Speedmart etc. Purchased must have been acquired in the course or furtherance of the business, means for business purposes. Most of these retailers will issue simplified tax invoice, which does not have the…

Use DO number in Invoice

By admin | June 8, 2017

By default, AutoCount used different running number for Delivery Order (DO) and Invoice. Some user may want to use the same DO number when transferred to Invoice. To do this you need to click Tools ==> Options ==> Invoicing ==> Transfer D/O No. to Invoice No.   After you checked this option, your next transfer…

Tourism Tax Bill 2017

By admin | June 6, 2017

Introduction A new The Tourism Tax Bill 2017 passed by Parliament on April 2017. The bill will impose a tourism tax on a tourist staying at any accommodation premises made available by an operator, rates are per-room and per-night basis. The start date for the imposition of tourism tax will be…