rodeoclown wrote:What's simple conceptually is not necessarily simple to implement in software - especially when the concept of how income currently works is assumed through the whole software.
We are looking into ways to improve income handling (like adding additional categories), but there is no timeframe for its inclusion yet.
Hi Rodeoclown, I see you're from Australia,
AS AM I! mwuahaha.
Can I ask, do you use YNAB to run your business (if you run a business which I am assuming you do, if not, your reply will still be relevant) - is it compatible with the Australian tax system?
My partner runs a small service-based business from home, no employees apart from himself, and he's talking about buying MYOB. I am hoping to persuade him to use YNAB first. But I am hesitant, and I have no accounting knowledge. I assume if I can set up a dummy file and show him how to put in expenses and costs, then print that out somehow, and give it to the accountant, all should go well...
Anyway, would love to hear your thoughts.