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4) Some assessment tasks require you to provide downloads of documents, electronic printouts, reports, etc. Please submit them as attachments to your email submission. Student Name I also declare that by inserting my name and date at the top of each page of this Assessment Workbook I am affirming that all assessment submissions to the Investment Banking Institute are a result of my own work .
Student ID| I affirm that all work submitted within this Assessment workbook is my true and original work unless otherwise credited. I also affirm that any documents submitted as electronic files or attachments to my assessment submissions are also a result of my true and original work unless otherwise credited. -Please type your Name here in CAPITAL LETTERSAssessments SubmissionRESPONSEQUESTIONLearning Manual VersionTASK ID8Assessment Task 1. GST Legislation - Federal Income Tax+When was the federal income tax introduced?.Assessment Task 2. GST Legislation- States Tax+When was the States' tax base supplemented?Assessment Task 3. BAS- VATQuestionAssessment Task 4. BAS- WSTWhat does WST stand for?Assessment Task 5. BAS- GSTKGST is levied at a flat rate of what percentage on most goods and services?Assessment Task 6. BAS- TPAVThe Trade Practices Act was replaced by The Competition and Consumer Act in what year? Assessment Task 7. GST- TurnoverHWhat supplies should not be included when working out the GST turn over?$Assessment Task 8. GST - Registering?If you are not registered or required to be registered for GST& "Assessment Task 9. Accounts- Cash"You can account on a cash basis if*Assessment Task 10. GST- GST-Free Supplies-Which of the following are GST Free Supplies?Assessment Task 11. BAS- ACCAWhat does ACCA stand for?Assessment Task 12. BAS- NIAWhat does NIA stand for?Assessment Task 13. BAS- CIMAWhat does CIMA stand for?Assessment Task 14. BAS-ServiceWhat is a BAS service?#Assessment Task 15. BAS- Provisions"What does a BAS provision include?%Assessment Task 16. BAS- Requirements6What are the registration requirements of a BAS agent?+Assessment Task 17. BAS-Relevant Experience:What is classified as relevant experience for a BAS agent?Assessment Task 18. BAS- TPBWhat does TPB stand for?#Assessment Task 19. BAS- Transition?How long is the transitional period for prospective BAS agents?#Assessment Task 20. BAS- Principles=What are core principles of the Code of Professional Conduct?2Assessment Task 21. GST-Obligations & Entitlements\What form do businesses registered for GST report their tax obligations and entitlements on?$Assessment Task 22. GST - Lodgements0What do businesses not registered for GST lodge? Assessment Task 23. BAS- RecordsDHow long should a business keep their Activity Statements on record?"Assessment Task 24. GST- Reporting0A business is required to report GST monthly if:"Assessment Task 25. GST- Reporting2A business is required to report GST quarterly if:"Assessment Task 26. BAS- ReportingUWhen completing the Activity Statement what are some steps you must make sure you do?"Assessment Task 27. BAS- Reporting8When reporting on a paper activity statement you should?%Assessment Task 28. PAYG- WithholdingPAYG Tax Withheld is the amount you withhold from payments to employees. You may also have to withhold an amount from payments to:Assessment Task 29. GST- WETThe Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) applies to what percentage of the value of the wine at the last wholesale sale before adding GST?)Assessment Task 30. GST- Fuel Tax Credits&When were Fuel Tax Credits introduced?!Assessment Task 31. BAS-ReportingBWhat are the steps involved in completing your activity statement?!Assessment Task 32. BAS-ReportingiWhen reporting Capital and Non Capital Purchases you only need to record capital items costing more than? Assessment Task 33. BAS- RecordsA cash book is used to record: Assessment Task 34. GST-InvoicesMYou need a tax invoice to claim GST credits where the purchase is more than ?!Assessment Task 35. GST- InvoicesgIf you request a tax invoice your supplier must provide it to you within how many days of your request?)Assessment Task 36. PAYMENTS - Procedures?While making a payment what are some procedures to be followed:&Assessment Task 37. CASH BOOK- BalanceBThe balance shown by the cash book must agree with the amount of ?"Assessment Task 38. BAS- ChecklistJWhat are some questions you would find on an Activity Statement Checklist?"Assessment Task 39. BAS- LodgementMWhat are some things you must do before lodging your Activity Statement form? Assessment Task 40. BAS- RecordsfHow long should you keep a copy of your activity statement and the records you used to prepare it for?+Assessment Task 41. Tax Codes- TransactionsBTax codes are used when you process transactions such as entering:*Assessment Task 42. Tax Types- Input Taxed@Which description best explains what an input taxed tax type is?)Assessment Task 43. Tax Types- No ABN/TFN<How much is the tax for suppliers who don t have an ABN/TFN?4Assessment Task 44. Reporting GST- Different MethodsSWith the Derived-From-Accounts method, what GST fields are required to be reported?4Assessment Task 45. Reporting GST- Different MethodsSWith the Calculation Worksheet method, what GST fields are required to be reported?#Assessment Task 46. GST- GST Labels2What GST amounts are reported in the GST Label G1?-Assessment Task 47. Reporting GST- GST Labels3What GST amounts are reported in the GST Label G14?-Assessment Task 48. Reporting GST- GST Labels3What GST amounts are reported in the GST Label G16?-Assessment Task 49. Tax Codes- Luxury Car Tax>At what rate is the luxury car tax (LCT) currently calculated?!Tax Codes- Consolidated WEG & WETHAt what rate is the Consolidated WEG & WET (GW) currently calculated at?Assessment Task 50. GST- Impact#For all organisations, GST impacts& +Assessment T< ask 51. EXPENSES- Entertainment1What does the term entertainment expenses mean?+Assessment Task 52. EXPENSES- Entertainment1What are some examples of entertainment expenses?+Assessment Task 53. EXPENSES- Entertainment9What are some entertainment expenses that are deductible?$Assessment Task 54. GST- Registering)To register for GST a business must have?&Assessment Task 55. CREDIT- ManagementCredit management is& Assessment Task 56. BAS- RCTIWhat does RCTI stand for?Assessment Task 57. BAS- RCTIQWhich of the facts below are correct when RCTI s are being issued by a recipient?Assessment Task 58. BAS- RCTI9To be valid, a RCTI must contain which of the following..'Assessment Task 59. GST- Capital AssetsuWhen purchasing a Capital Asset as a sale of a going concern is GST-free if, in general, which of the following apply&Assessment Task 60. PAYG- Introduction1When was the PAYG system introduced in Australia?$Assessment Task 61. PAYG- DefinitionWhat does PAYG stand for?.Assessment Task 62. Withholder- Yearly AmountsFIf you are small withholder you withhold less than what amount a year?#Assessment Task 63. ATO- WithholderSIf you are a small withholder you must pay the amount you withhold to the ATO when?.Assessment Task 64. Withholder- Yearly AmountsLYou are a medium withholder if you withhold between $25,001 and what a year?$Assessment Task 65. ATO - WithholderTIf you are a medium withholder you must pay the amount you withhold to the ATO when?.Assessment Task 66. WITHHOLDER- Yearly AmountsBYou are a large withholder if you withhold amounts more than what?#Assessment Task 67. ATO- WithholderMIf you are a large withholder you must pay the amount you withhold to the ATO!Assessment Task 68. PAYG-PaymentsWhen reporting the PAYG Withheld labels you should include totals gross payments from which you are usually required to withhold these amounts. What are some of these?!Assessment Task 69. PAYG-PaymentsWhen reporting the PAYG Withheld labels you should include total gross payments from which you are usually required to withhold these amounts. What are some other types of these payments?MODULE 8 !Assessment Task 70. PAYG- Systems-The Pay As You Go instalment is a system for& !Assessment Task 71. PAYG- Options$The Instalment Rate is available to?Assessment Task 72. PAYG- TaxMUnder the PAYG instalment system, when is the actual tax liability is worked?$Assessment Task 73. PAYG- AssessmentJWhy are the PAYG instalments for the year credited against the assessment? Assessment Task 74. ATO- OptionsXUnder the option, Instalment Amount, the ATO calculates the amount the business pays by:%Assessment Task 75. INCOME- QuarterlyWhen working out your instalment income for the quarter what are some examples of ordinary income that you earned from your business or investment activities that you should include?MODULE 9 1Assessment Task 76. GST- GST Bookkeeping Mistakes[Which of the following are GST mistakes as a result of ineffective administrations systems?2Assessment Task 77. BAS Checklist- ReconciliationsRWhich of the following accounts need to be reconciled according the BAS Checklist?7Assessment Task 78. BAS Checklist- Company Data AuditorThe Company Data Auditor enables users of AccountRight to highlight any errors in data entry & is critical prior to completing a BAS. It provides which of the following?.Assessment Task 79. BAS Accuracy- Audit Report<What fields on the activity statement does this report list?2Assessment Task 80. Due Dates- Lodgement & Payment{If you report Monthly, the due date for lodging your activity statement and paying any amount you owe on that statement is:2Assessment Task 81. Due Dates- Lodgement & PaymentIf you report and pay quarterly the due dates for lodging your activity statement and paying the amount you owe on that statement for December quarter is:2Assessment Task 82. Due Dates- Lodgement & Payment"In which ways can you pay the ATO?,Assessment Task 83. BASlink- PAYG InstalmentjBASlink automatically calculates the total PAYG instalment amount based on the instalment rate entered at:)Assessment Task 84. BAS- PAYG Withholding'Which of the following are not taxable?!Assessment Task 85. Tax Codes- G1?Which of the following tax codes DO NOT belong to the G1 field?MODULE 10 (Assessment Task 86. GST- Annual TurnoverYour annual turnover determines the number of months you can review for GST errors. If your annual turnover is less than $20million what is the time limit? +Assessment Task 87. LIMITS- Annual Turnover4How does one know if they have claimed too much GST?!Assessment Task 88. GST- Claiming5How does one know if you have not claimed enough GST?!Assessment Task 89. GST- Claiming|In cases where GST has been under claimed the ATO has a set time limit for the claiming of refunds. What is this time limit?!Assessment Task 90. GST- ClaimingkIf the recipient of the sale requests it, you must issue a tax invoice within how many days of the request?!Assessment Task 91. GST- ClaimingIf you have charged GST on a GST free sale you will generally only be entitled to correct the error in a later activity statement if:Assessment Task 92. BAS- Errors.What are some common BAS errors that are made?Assessment Task 93. BAS- Errors7What are some common GST-Specific errors that are made? Assessment Task 94. PAYG- Errors@What are some common errors that are made with PAYG Withholding?PART II : CASE STUDY,Assessment Task 1. Setup-Company Information'What is the ABN of Tanks A Lot Pty Ltd?:Assessment Task 2. Setup-Hours in A Full Time Working WeekAfter the update (if required) what is Number of Hours in a Full-Time Working Week that shows in the General Payroll Information?4Assessment Task 3. Setup-General Payroll InformationmAfter the update (if required) what is Tax Table Revision Date that shows in the General Payroll Information?-Assessment Task 4. BAS & IAS- Mixed Tax Codes:What is the delivery charge on the international delivery?-Assessment Task 5. BAS & IAS- Mixed Tax Codes9What Tax Code did you use for the international delivery?9Assessment Task 6. BAS & IAS- Non-Tax-Deductible Expenses+What Tax Code did you use for the expenses?1Assessment Task 7. BAS & IAS- Payment Of GST Only?What is the value of Total Allocated in the Spend Money window?4Assessment Task 8. BAS & IAS- Motor Vehicle Expenses1Assessment Task 9. BAS & IAS- Payment Of GST OnlyZWhat is the value of GST that the business can legitimately claim an input tax credit for?5Assessment Task 10. BAS & IAS- Motor Vehicle ExpensesIWhat Tax Code did you use for the private use allocation of the expenses?3Assessment Task 11. BAS & IAS- Supplier Without ABN3Assessment Task 12. BAS & IAS- Supplier Without ABN>Assessment Task 13. BAS & IAS- Supplier Not Registered For GST<Assessment Task 14. BAS & IAS- Recipient Created Tax Invoice6What Tax Code did you use for the Commission expenses?<Assessment Task 15. BAS & IAS- Recipient Created Tax Invoice3What Tax Code did you use for the Cartage expenses?;Assessment Task 16. BAS & IAS- Purchase Of A Capital Asset;Assessment Task 17. BAS & IAS- Disposal Of A Capital Asset)What Tax Code did you use for the income?1Assessment Task 18. BAS & IAS- input-taxed income2Assessment Task 19. BAS & IAS- input-taxed Expense:Assessment Task 20. BAS & IAS- purchase of a going concernAWhat Tax Code did you use for the Business Centre asset purchase?:Assessment Task 21. BAS & IAS- purchase of a going concern5What Tax Code did you use for the Borrowing expenses?:Assessment Task 22. BAS & IAS- purchase of a going concern,What Tax Code did you use for the Bank Loan?8Assessment Task 23. BAS & IAS- Credit Sales To CustomersCAssessment Task 24. BAS & IAS- Motor Vehicle Private Use Adjustment<SWhat is the value of the Credit to the Motor Vehicle Repairs & Maintenance account?CAssessment Task 25. BAS & IAS- Motor Vehicle Private Use Adjustment7What is the value of the Debit to the Drawings account?4Assessment Task 26. BAS & IAS- Writing off Bad Debts4What Tax Code did you use for the bad debt expenses?4Assessment Task 27. BAS & IAS- Writing off Bad DebtsVWhat is the value of the Amount Applied in the credit note to the outstanding invoice?6Assessment Task 28. Report- Payroll Register [Summary]rGenerate the Payroll Register [Summary] Report for December 2011. Submit an electronic copy with your assessments.5Assessment Task 29. Report-Payroll Register [Summary],What is the Net Pay amount for Teresa Green?5Assessment Task 30. Report-Payroll Register [Summary]-What is the Net Pay amount for Manuel Labour?5Assessment Task 31. Report-Payroll Register [Summary]1What is the Net Expenses amount for Teresa Green?5Assessment Task 32. Report-Payroll Register [Summary]2What is the Net Expenses amount for Manuel Labour?2Assessment Task 33. Report-Profit & Loss StatementkGenerate the Profit & Loss [Accrual] Report for the month. Submit an electronic copy with your assessments.1Assessment Task 34. Report-Standard Balance SheetwGenerate the Standard Balance Sheet Report as on the end of the month. Submit an electronic copy with your assessments.6Assessment Task 35. Payroll Reconciliation-Gross Wages;What is the Gross Wages amount as per the Payroll Register?<Assessment Task 36. Payroll Reconciliation- Payroll Expenses=What is the Payroll Expenses amount as per the Profit & Loss?9Assessment Task 37. Payroll Reconciliation-Superannuation>What is the Superannuation amount as per the Payroll Register?:Assessment Task 38. Payroll Reconciliation- Superannuation;What is the Superannuation amount as per the Profit & Loss?:Assessment Task 39. Payroll Reconciliation- Superannuation;What is the Superannuation amount as per the Balance Sheet?2Assessment Task 40. Report-Profit & Loss Statement|Generate the Superannuation Accrual by Fund [Summary] Report for the month. Submit an electronic copy with your assessments.7Assessment Task 41. Payroll Liabilities- Superannuation5What is the Total Payment made to RetireInvest Super?7Assessment Task 42. Payroll Liabilities- Superannuation,What is the Total Payment made to RIP Super?2Assessment Task 43. Payroll Liabilities- red cross;What is the Total Payment made to the Australian Red Cross?5Assessment Task 44. BAS Reporting- GST Reconciliation8What is the GST Collected amount from the Balance Sheet?5Assessment Task 45. BAS Reporting- GST ReconciliationPWhat is the Tax Outstanding amount from the Receivables Summary with Tax Report?5Assessment Task 46. BAS Reporting- GST ReconciliationFWhat is the GST Collected * amount from the GST [Summary-Cash] Report?5Assessment Task 47. BAS Reporting- GST Reconciliation3What is the GST Paid amount from the Balance Sheet?5Assessment Task 48. BAS Reporting- GST ReconciliationMWhat is the Tax Outstanding amount from the Payables Summary with Tax Report?5Assessment Task 49. BAS Reporting- GST ReconciliationAWhat is the GST Paid * amount from the GST [Summary-Cash] Report?-Assessment Task 50. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the G1 amount?-Assessment Task 51. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the G3 amount?-Assessment Task 52. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the G10 amount?-Assessment Task 53. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the G11 amount?-Assessment Task 54. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the W1 amount?-Assessment Task 55. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the W2 amount?-Assessment Task 56. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the W4 amount?-Assessment Task 57. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the T11 amount?-Assessment Task 58. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the F1 amount?-Assessment Task 59. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 1A amount?-Assessment Task 60. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 4 amount?-Assessment Task 61. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 5A amount?-Assessment Task 62. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 6A amount?-Assessment Task 63. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 8A amount?-Assessment Task 64. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 1B amount?-Assessment Task 65. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 8B amount?-Assessment Task 66. BAS Reporting- BAS LabelsWhat is the 9 amount?@Assessment Task 67. BAS Reporting- Audit Report (Summary) ReportGenerate the Audit Report (Summary) Report for the period October 2011 to 31 December 2011. Check it for accuracy. Submit an electronic copy with your assessments.>Assessment Task 68. BAS Reporting- Business Activity StatementuPrint the Business Activity Statement for the month electronically. Submit the electronic copy with your assessments.2Assessment Task 69. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction[Print the BAS Transaction electronically. Submit the electronic copy with your assessments.2Assessment Task 70. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction.What is the amount allocated to GST Collected?2Assessment Task 71. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction)What is the amount allocated to GST Paid?2Assessment Task 72. BAS Reporting- BAS TransactionWhat is the amount allocated to the account you linked the label 5A to? This could be the BAS Clearing A/c or PAYG Tax Payable or a similar liability account.2Assessment Task 73. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction9What is the amount allocated to ABN Withholdings Payable?2Assessment Task 74. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction9What is the amount allocated to PAYG Withholding Payable?2Assessment Task 75. BAS Reporting- BAS Transaction4What is the amount allocated to Fringe Benefits Tax?2Assessment Task 76. BAS Reporting- BAS TransactionGWhat is the Total Allocated amount allocated in the Spend Money window?5Assessment Task 77. 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