You will be able to easily add other incomes to the service from the same place you would invoice your customers. By other income we mean, for example, monthly payment terminal reports or the sales reports of a taxi operator, such as Uber.
Remember that your sales report must show at what VAT rate the sale was made!
1. Start by clicking incomes section in the left menu ▶ Then press add income.
2. Attach the sales report / cash receipt / invoice first. You can download PDF, JPG or PNG files.
Check that the added documents contain the necessary information. Below is a list of voucher requirements.
3. Briefly describe what you have sold and on what date you will record the income in the accounts.
4. Fill in the rows and mark the necessary reductions
Break down your earnings line by line. Select the correct entry type for the rows from the drop-down menu. Also select who bought the product or service, at what VAT rate the product / service was sold and what was the total amount. Also select below the line if there are reductions associated with the income. Such reductions may be, for example, a rent reduction (discount) or a Timma commission (sales commission).
Please note that service fees, i.e. tips, should not be recorded in the private trader’s accounts. The tips are the taxable income of the recipient. This is therefore income from other income-generating activities. Tips should be added to your personal tax return. It is therefore a good idea to keep a record of the tips you receive so that the information can be easily added to your own tax return (or alternatively, you can report the tips when ordering / updating a tax card if you are also working as an employee). You can also easily see the amounts of the tips in your reports.
5. Mark the income as paid
You will be able to mark your income as paid in the final section. Click the "This entry has payments" option and fill out the date you received the payment and also the amount you received.