Spreadsheet For Taxes
Look for a font that is without serifs as they are easiest on the eyes. I would stick with black type but if a cell calls for more emphasis you may want to use a different color to signify a positive or negative. Use bold and italics when appropriate to let this information stand out from the rest. These features are outstanding for titles and headings. Try to make the font as large as you can to fit in the cell. Ten point is a good and readable size. There s nothing worse than having to squint to read the information on your spreadsheet. If you can t read it chances are good that the people you re preparing the spreadsheet for won t be able to read it either.
Both the hardcopy columnar pad and an electronic spreadsheet version of my financial books were accepted by Revenue Canada. (BTW the audits disclosed more ways for me to claim back additional taxes for the previous three years! Now that s my type of audit!) In your new start-up business venture you likely will generate somewhere between 10 to 30 accounting transactions per month. These transactions would be items like Expense Revenue (sales) Liability (Loan) type transactions and Sales Tax (Federal + State/Provincial) Collection/Deductions. These transactions are further broken down into various Business Accounts.
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Naturally the employee s injury automatically qualified the employee for a sick leave with pay. In addition the employer immediately presumes the employee s lengthy absence (about a week or two) because of the time required for complete healing and recovery. Another situation where an employee had to end his shift early usually involves someone closely related to him or her either by blood or by friendship. The emergency leave s purpose was to give ample time for the employee to go home straight or to quickly travel to the hospital where she was urgently needed by her child her spouse or her dearest friend.
Patterns are good to use if you want to identify an area as defunct or currently not in use. Some use a strikeout on the information already there but a pattern can leave the information fairly easy to read but at the same time provide a kind of "construction area" type look to signify that this information is not currently in use on the spreadsheet. The number options refer to the type of information you re placing in the cell. If you tell Excel that you are entering currency numbers then it will automatically add the dollar sign (or others if using a different currency) and decimal point as you enter numbers.