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2017-01-19 00:00:00Product UpdatesEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/au/resources/au_qrc/uploads/2017/04/GST_main.jpeghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/au/resources/quickbooks-online-australia/weve-upgraded-gst-centre-save-time-boost-productivity/We’ve upgraded the GST Centre to save time and boost your productivity

We’ve upgraded the GST Centre to save time and boost your productivity

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We’re excited to give you a sneak peek into the updated GST Centre, a powerful enhancement to QuickBooks Online. Enhancements to the new GST Centre will be rolled out gradually, so over the next few weeks you’ll see changes applied to your files and have access to new valuable, built-in features.

Look no further than your dashboard to stay updated

Immediately know your current GST liability and when your next lodgment is due. It’s all upfront and easy to track right from the dashboard.

Access all your tax-related reports with a simple click

You can select and view all your reports right from the dashboard by simply choosing View Reports and selecting from the options in the menu.

Stay on top of your lodgements

Easily keep track of your BAS lodgments on one screen with instant insights as to where they stand: open, lodged or complete with payment.

In addition, the navigation has been updated for an improved user experience, with a guided and easy-to-use workflow allowing you to:

  • View all payments and history in one location.
  • Edit the lodgment date conveniently through the Prepare BAS
  • View all details of your lodgments clearly on the dashboard.

The new GST Centre gives you fast and easy access to the information you want to know with real-time BAS / GST insights. We’ll be sharing more details about these and future updates, so keep an eye out for them here.

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