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New! AutoCount Accounting Version 1.9

Introduction

This is a new release of AutoCount Accounting on SST 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
SR-SSR-SSR-0
SR-CGSR-CGSR-0
SR-MSSR-MSSR-0
DSDSSR-0
DS-IDS-ISR-0
DS-ATMSDS-ATMSSR-0
ZRLZRLZRL
ZDAZDAZDA
ZREZREZRE
OSOSOS
OS-TXMOS-TXMOS-TXM
ESESES
IESIESIES
RSRSRS
GSGSGS
NTXNTXNTX
NSNSNS
AJSAJSAJS
TX-STX-STX-0
TX-ZTX-ZTX-0
TX-ITX-ITX-0
TX-CGTX-CGTX-0
TX-ESTX-ESTX-0
TX-ES-CGTX-ES-CGTX-0
TX-IESTX-IESTX-0
TX-IES-CGTX-IES-CGTX-0
TX-RETX-RETX-0
TX-RE-CGTX-RE-CGTX-0
IMIMTX-0
IM-CGIM-CGTX-0
BLBLTX-0
TX-NCTX-NCTX-0
TX-FRSTX-FRSTX-FRS
ISISIS
NRNRNR
ZPZPZP
OPOPOP
AJPAJPAJP

Table 1

Table 2 is a list of affected document / entries:

A/R ENTRY / SALES ENTRY                                          A/P ENTRY / PURCHASE ENTRY
CASBH BOOK ORCASH BOOK PV
JOURNALJOURNAL
A/R INVOICEA/P INVOICE
A/R PAYMENTA/P PAYMENT
A/R DEBIT NOTEA/P DN
A/R CNA/P CN
A/R REFUNDA/R REFUND
A/R DEPOSITA/R DEPOSIT
QUOTATIONREQUEST QUOTATION
SOPO
DOGRN
INVPI
CASH SALESCP
CNPURCHASE RETURN
DN 

Table 2

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 6.4, 17.19, 17.21

2.  Tax Code Changes on Document Transfers

In conjunction to the transitional period, certain document transfer will be affected where by the tax code will be recaptured accordingly when needed. For example, an SR-S item in May’s Quotation, after transfer to June, it will be recaptured to SR-0. For tax code capturing changes refer to Table 1.

Table 3 list out if there are any tax code changes during document transfer:

TRANSFER TYPE             MAY TO MAY                    MAY TO JUNE                      JUNE TO JUNE
QT to SONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
QT to DONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
QT to IVNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
QT to CSNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
SO to DONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
SO to IVNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
SO to CSNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
DO to IVNo ChangesNo ChangesNo Changes
DO to CSNo ChangesNo ChangesNo Changes
IV to CNNo ChangesNo ChangesNo Changes
SO to Cancel SONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
DO to DRNo ChangesNo ChangesNo Changes
RQ to PONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
RQ to GRNNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
RQ to PINo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
RQ to CPNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
PO to GRNNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
PO to PINo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
PO to CPNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
GRN to PINo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
GRN to CPNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
PI to PRNo ChangesNo ChangesNo Changes
PO to Cancel PONo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes
GRN to GRNo ChangesChange as Table 1No Changes

Table 3

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.9, 4.10, 7.3, 17.5, 17.30.

3.  Usage of SR-0 Tax Code in GST on Payment

For any transaction dated June 2018 onwards that undergo GST on Payment in GST Processor, the Journal generated will apply SR-0 tax code instead of the previous SR-S. While for Reversal GST on Payment, it will depend on the previous Journal generated from previous GST Processor.

GST on Payment Document

DOCUMENT TYPE                                BEFORE JUNE 2018                       ON/AFTER JUNE 2018
A/R PaymentSR-SSR-0
A/R CNSR-SSR-0
A/R DepositSR-SSR-0

Table 4

Reversed GST on Payment Document

DOCUMENT TYPE                                BEFORE JUNE 2018                       ON/AFTER JUNE 2018
A/R PaymentRefer GST on PaymentRefer GST on Payment
A/R CNRefer GST on PaymentRefer GST on Payment
A/R DepositRefer GST on PaymentRefer GST on Payment

Table 5

4.  Usage of TX-0 and SR-0 Tax Code in GST on IM-SVC

For document dated June 2018 onwards, any usage of IM-SVC tax code will result in generating a Journal which applied TX-0 for input tax and SR-0 for output tax. Document date will be the triggering date for such implementation.

Affected documents include AP Invoice, Purchase Invoice and Cash Purchase only. Table 6 is the tax code captured for system generated journal:

SUPPLY TYPE                                    BEFORE JUNE 2018                         ON/AFTER JUNE 2018
Taxable SupplyTX-STX-0
Non-Taxable SupplyTX-ESTX-0
Mixed SupplyTX-RETX-0
Output TaxDS-ISR-0

Table 6

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 17.10.

5.  Usage of TX-0 and SR-0 Tax Code in GST on IS-ATMS

For document dated June 2018 onwards, any usage of IS-ATMS tax code will result in generating a Journal which applied TX-0 for input tax and SR-0 for output tax. Document date will be the triggering date for such implementation.

Affected documents include AP Invoice, Purchase Invoice and Cash Purchase only. Table 7 is the tax code captured for system generated journal:

SUPPLY TYPE                                    BEFORE JUNE 2018                         ON/AFTER JUNE 2018
Taxable SupplyTX-STX-0
Non-Taxable SupplyTX-ESTX-0
Mixed SupplyTX-RETX-0
Output TaxDS-ATMSSR-0

Table 7

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 17.10.

6.  Usage of SR-0 Tax Code in Gift Rule

For gift rule record dated June 2018 onwards, any Journal generated through Gift Rule will apply SR-0 as output tax.

Table 8 is scenario against the tax code captured for system generated journal:

SCENARIO                                                                           BEFORE JUNE 2018        ON/AFTER JUNE 2018
Gift more than RM500DSSR-0
Some  gift  before  June  some  gift  after  June, exceed RM500 at JuneSR-0
Some  gift  before  June  some  gift  after  June,   exceed RM500 at MAYDSSR-0

Table 8

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 7.6.

7.  CN and DN Support all Tax Code

Added  new column “Supply/Purchase” where  user able to  select  Supply or Purchase Tax Code (concept similar with Journal Entry). This is to support the selection of AJS AJP tax code for Credit Note and Debit Note.

Table 9 is a list of affected documents:

A/R / SALES                                                                    A/P / PURCHASE
A/R CNAP/CN
A/R DNAP/DN
CREDIT NOTEPURCHASE RETURN
DEBIT NOTE

Table 9

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 17.27.

8.  Redesignof Malaysia GST Setting Interface with New Options

Minor redesigning of Malaysia GST Setting Interface under Tools à Options à Goods and Services

Tax to include new options.

Table 10 is a list of new options added:

OPTIONS ADDED                                        PURPOSE
Zero Rated Supply Tax Code,   Default SR-0Assign tax code for entries on or after 01/06/2018. This   assigned tax code is the tax code that overwrites the default tax code setting as at Table 1 (using SR-0 & ZP). This setting also affects system generated journals as highlighted in “AutoCount Accounting Version 1.9.0.1 Release Note”, Section 1, item 3 to 6.
Zero Rated Purchase Tax Code,   Default TX-0
Convert ZRL to Zero Rated Tax Code   Default CheckOption to overwrite the default tax code ZRL to assigned tax   code at “Zero Rated Supply Tax Code” option.

Table 10

*Reference on FAQ Transitional GST Document – Question 6.5, 17.13, 17.14.

9. Document Printout – GST Summary to support same Government Tax Code with Different Rate

This is a minor enhancement where the GST Summary table at document printouts able to separate into 2 lines for same government tax code if different rate. Previously it will combine into same row.

Section 2: Others

1.  Global Price Change

Major improvement on Global Price Change has been introduced to allow user to pre-set price changes and apply on specific date. Reminder features had been added to prompt user on the selected date.

–     Added new Global Price Change Maintenance

–     Added Sales Tax Type & Purchase Tax Type Filter under Options Tab

–     Support Member Price in Global Price Change

–     Support Currency Price in Global Price Change

–     Support Location Price in Global Price Change

–     Added Change Date Time for Global Price Change

–     Added new access right to prompt Global Price Change reminder

Global Price Change – How to change item selling price from GST 6% inclusive to 0%.

2.  PrintBar Code

Print Bar Code able to support import on Global Price Change’s scheduled pre-set price. User can now use this function to print their bar code on the scheduled price to prepare themselves earlier.

12 Comments

  1. AMY

    After putting AR CN for AJP in the autocount. The amount 5(a) was not reduce but the amount 6(b) will appear. whether the 5(a) will manually adjusted on GST-03 form

    • admin

      Hi for AR CN, you will use default SR-S tax code. This will reduce the GST amount in GST-03 column 5b. If you have more CN than your sales, column 5b will shown negative amount. To reverse the negative amount you need to do journal, please click here to learn how to reverse negative amount in GST-03

  2. Keting

    Why do we need to pay extra charges to upgrade from 1.83 to 1.9 if the transition is from GST 6% becomes 0%? The only changes are tax code and Autocount charge us to upgrade?

    What happens if gov increase the GST code to 3%, means there will be another round of upgrade charges?

    • admin

      Hi, many may look at 0% only, where there are actually many other changes that involve especially those in multiple industries, please read the requirements here. Version 1.8 may caters for rate changes, but not 0% and or future SST functions. Malaysia is the first country that changed to 0%, thus the earlier version 1.8 is not programmed as so. Version 1.9 covers future updates related to new features, improvement and bug fixes of GST and SST.

  3. CHAI KC

    OUR COMPANY PURCHASED AUTOCOUNT ACCOUNTING. WE HAVE BEEN GIVEN OPTION TO CREATE TAX CODE SR-0 AND TX-0 MANUALLY (VIA GST CONFIGURATION, CREATE NEW TAX CODE).

    AFTER CREATED THE TAX CODE AS GUIDED BY YOUR DEALER. WE NOTICE THAT WHEN WE PRINT OUT THE TAX INVOICE, TAX CODE STILL SHOW AS “ZRL” INSTEAD OF SR-0.

    PLS ASSIST.

    • admin

      If you using version 1.8, manual configuration is not perfect solution. Please directly contact with your dealer for more info.

    • admin

      Hi, you will need to purchase the version 1.9 upgrade license. The price is depends on your software edition and service contract. You can refer the price here

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