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====BookkeepingPedia Wiki Roadmap====
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The General Ledger is the complete record of all the financial transactions of the business through its life.
  
This road map is like a to do list, its updated as items are completed and may be rearranged as we move forward
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The general ledger is then organised into a [[Chart of Accounts]] to enable the creation of financial statements.
 
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Seriously incomplete areas will have ''' <span style="color: red"> In Progress''' on them
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'''Primary focus - <span style="color: red"> Accounting Process'''<br>
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'''Secondary focus -<span style="color: red"> Payroll'''
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=====Main Page-primary focus=====
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[[Accounting Process]]
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=====Sub Pages=====
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[[General Journal]] <br>
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[[General Ledger]]<br>
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[[Chart of Accounts]]
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=====Main Page-secondary focus=====
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[[Payroll]]<br>
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Superannuation<br>
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=====Sub Pages=====
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Payroll Processing
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Termination Processing
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Payroll Setup - employees
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* Xero
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* MYOB
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Payroll Setup - file
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* Xero
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* MYOB
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Time in Lieu
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Redundancy
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Death of Employee
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Leave (annual, personal, long service)
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Allowances
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Reimbursements
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RDO's
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Correcting Payroll Errors
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Single Touch Payroll
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Salary Sacrifice
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Paying Extra Tax
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Novated Lease
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Employee Loans
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====Software Setups====
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Chart of accounts
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Organisations
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Custom Templates
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Latest revision as of 06:05, 15 November 2018

In Progress

The General Ledger is the complete record of all the financial transactions of the business through its life.

The general ledger is then organised into a Chart of Accounts to enable the creation of financial statements.