If you use QuickBooks Self-Employed to track GST, doing your tax is easy with Airtax. Just follow the steps below to get your GST report from QuickBooks Self-Employed to make it much quicker for you to complete your BAS or your income tax return.
Importing your data is easy
Log in to your QuickBooks Self-Employed app and click on the Settings icon. Click on Reports and select Transaction Log – your transaction history spreadsheet will then be emailed to you. Save the spreadsheet to your phone or computer so that you're ready to import it to Airtax.
You then need to go to Airtax. If you already have an account with Airtax, you will be prompted to login, otherwise you will be prompted to sign up, confirm your eligibility and enter your account details.
Select BAS when you arrive on your Airtax dashboard.
From your BAS form, click on the Upload QuickBooks transactions button and upload your .csv file to Airtax.
Review and confirm accuracy of the data in your BAS and you're ready to complete your BAS lodgement. You’ll then see your payment summary and all you have to do is Submit and Airtax takes care of the rest. For your first BAS submission, you won't pay the normal $49 BAS fee as a QuickBooks Self-Employed customer, your first BAS will be FREE and you will skip payment when you checkout.
Want to know more about QuickBooks Self-Employed?
QuickBooks Self-Employed lets you stay in control of your business finances for tax time. Perfect for freelancers, sole-traders and contractors.