I absolutely agree. I have sent the support email address a Dropbox link where there are five screen shots to review.
As you can see from the Install Settings Image:
The recording type is set as Default Audit.
The Input Clearing code is account 40300
The GST Payable code is account 40350
From the ChartOfAccounts image.
Both GST Input & GST Payable are set up as Posting accounts
The GST Input has a zero Balance
The GST Payable has a non-zero balance
From the GSTPayableDetails image
The account is set up as Posting, Current Asset, Debit Account, YTD = 0
From the GSTCollectedDetails image
The account is set up as Posting, Current Liability, Credit Account, YTD = Non-zero
From the DirectSupplierTransactionAdd image.
What we do is:
1. We put the $ amount, inc gst - directly into the Amount column eg $22 on the Fuel description line, then tab out.
2. Fuel is set up as GST Inclusive, the second line for GST Input Clearing is automatically added.
3. The Fuel Amount is overwritten with $20
4. The gst amount column is automatically populated as $2.
5. The Amount Box (Top LHS) is automatically totaled as $22.
6. Click on Finish, then move to the next transaction to add.
Now, by my reckoning, upon running the GL Wizzard, the $20 moves to the GL no drama and the $2 should move the GST Input Clearing Account.
But the $2 GST Input Credit Doesn't move. As long as I have been working with Capital (about 4 years now), it never has.
I have always calculated the GST for BAS manually.
I hope we can find where this is not working properly.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks & Chat soon