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"I bring a lot of customers from other accounting platforms into QuickBooks. Transaction Pro Importer is the fastest, most accurate app to import lists and transactions that have been exported from other platforms so I can get QuickBooks up and running quicker."




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"Peak Advisers has used the Transaction Pro Suite (TPI,TPE and TPD) for years. We use Exporter and Deleter primarily when we are helping clients with migrations and conversions. However, we encourage our clients to use TPI in order to eliminate or greatly reduce data entry. Our clients use TPI to import transactions from POS systems, credit card transactions, e-commerce transactions, and bills from vendors. In all cases the transactions are entered faster, more accurately and cheaper than was the case with data entry. Again this is a must have if you use QB."


Transaction Pro Importer makes it quick and easy to import data from virtually any data source into QuickBooks. This includes Excel, text, Access and ODBC compliant databases. A simple Wizard interface takes you step by step through the process of selecting a file, mapping fields from this file to QuickBooks fields, and importing the data as transactions into a QuickBooks data file. Soon, with a just a few clicks - and no programming or complicated formats - you will be importing data from a variety of sources into QuickBooks.


Highlight of Features:1. Use Excel, text, MS-Access or connect to any ODBC compliant databases like MS-SQL Server, mySQL and Oracle for your import file data2. Import Lists with custom fields in addition to transactions3. Strong validation before import: TPI sets all import data field lengths to the maximum allowed by QuickBooks. TPI also checks for fields to be in the proper format. This almost completely eliminates all data validation errors when importing the file into QuickBooks.4. Transaction Log. Ability to log transactions to an output window that can be saved to a file. Failed transactions can be saved to a file and imported or entered manually.5. Load and save unlimited map files for each transaction type.6. SmartMap - maps fields by name with your import file with a single click7. Ability to skip transactions with reference numbers that already exist in QuickBooks8. Ability to send a default value (static value) to a QuickBooks field instead of mapping to a field in import file9. Ability to use simple formulas to combine fields like first and last name into a single field.10. Ability to set record terminators (CR/LF, CR, or LF) for text files11. Ability to map columns and have them generated as new transaction lines12. Ability to Zoom the data grids to fill the entire screen13. New options to check for existing customers, vendors and items before import14. Improved handling of errors returned from QuickBooks. For example, when adding a new customer and that customer already exists as a vendor, TPI 4.0 now adds a suffix to the new customer so it can be saved.15. Extensive command line options to set virtually all program settings16. Windows 7 Ready17. QuickBooks 2011 Compatible including Enterprise 11*


Transaction Pro Importer allows you to import transactions or lists into QuickBooks from Excel, databases or text files. Easy configurable field level mapping gives you complete flexibility and control in importing your data. Transaction Pro will even enable you to edit your data prior to sending it into QuickBooks.


Importers are strongly encouraged to request a ruling if they have any doubt as to the correct value for duty of goods, particularly when considering discarding the transaction value method and applying an alternate valuation method. The procedures for obtaining a ruling are outlined in Memorandum D11-11-1, National Customs Rulings (NCR).


The transaction value method is outlined in section 48 of the act and is the primary method of customs valuation. It applies where goods are sold for export (refer to questions 1 and 2) to Canada to a purchaser in Canada (refer to question 3). Under this method, the value for duty is based on the price paid or payable (refer to question 4) for imported goods with consideration to certain adjustments. The answers to the following questions will help to determine if the transaction value method is applicable.


Under the transaction value method the goods must be imported to Canada as a result of a sale. A sale requires a transfer of ownership of goods for a monetary amount (a price). While not an exhaustive list, examples of situations that would not be considered a sale for export to Canada are:


This may also result in instances where the importer of record of the goods differs from the person qualifying as the purchaser in Canada. In order to apply the transaction value method, the value for duty must be based on the relevant sale for export to Canada to a purchaser in Canada.


Subsection 45(1) of the act defines price paid or payable as the aggregate of all payments made or to be made, directly or indirectly, in respect of the goods by the purchaser to or for the benefit of the vendor. This means that the sum of all payments a purchaser makes to or for the benefit of a vendor must be included in the transaction value, even when the payments are not included in the price shown on the commercial invoice or in the contract for the imported goods.


For example, the purchase price of a new vehicle is reduced by an amount ascribed by the vendor to a trade-in vehicle. The amount ascribed to the trade-in is a notional value established by the vendor and may vary from one vendor to another. It therefore represents a consideration for which a value cannot be determined and precludes the use of the transaction value method based on the lower purchase price (i.e. the final price paid by the customer after the reduction for the ascribed value of the trade-in).


If the answer to question 5 or 6 is yes, there is a limitation on the applicability of the transaction value method. As a result, the transaction value of identical goods method must be considered next. Please continue to that section.


Furthermore, if the answer is yes, but the value of these payments cannot be determined and added to the price paid or payable for the goods under paragraph 48(5)(a), then a value for duty for those goods cannot be determined under the transaction value method and the transaction value of identical goods method would need to be considered next. However, before discarding the transaction value method and identifying an alternative valuation method, the CBSA's Border Information Service (BIS) at 1-800-461-9999 may be consulted or an application for a NCR may be made with the regional CBSA trade office in the region into which the majority of importations are expected to occur. See Memorandum D11-11-1, National Customs Rulings for further details.


If the answer is yes, the transaction value method may still be used if the relationship has not influenced the price of the goods. The importer must maintain evidence to establish that the selling price is not significantly different from the price that would have been charged to an unrelated purchaser, given otherwise identical circumstances. For example, showing that the price is adequate to ensure recovery of all costs plus a profit which is representative of the firm's overall profit realized over a representative period of time in sales of goods of the same class or kind, would demonstrate that the price had not been influenced. For more information, see Memorandum D13-4-5, Transaction Value Method for Related Persons.


If the answer is yes and the relationship influenced the price, the transaction value method cannot be used and the transaction value of identical goods method would need to be considered next.


If the answer is yes, and the amount of the addition(s) can be identified, then begin calculating the value for duty in accordance with the transaction value method template provided below. Also, refer to Question 10 to determine whether any of the deductions from the price paid or payable identified in paragraph 48(5)(b) of the act can also be made.


In the event that any of these additions to price paid or payable must be made, but the amount of the addition cannot be identified, the value for duty cannot be calculated under the transaction value method. Before identifying an alternative valuation methodology, the CBSA's BIS line at 1-800-461-9999 may be consulted or an application for a NCR may be made with the regional CBSA trade office into which the majority of importations are expected to occur. See Memorandum D11-11-1 National Customs Rulings for further details.


Whether the answer is yes or no, continue calculating the value for duty in accordance with the transaction value method template provided and consider any applicable deduction from the price paid or payable.


In accordance with paragraph 48(5)(c) of the act, under the transaction value method the value for duty cannot be amended to reflect a reduction in the price of goods initiated after they have been imported.


The difference between the two methods lies in the definitions of "identical goods" and "similar goods". The identical goods method must be considered before the similar goods method, and only if the transaction value method does not apply.


Under the transaction value of identical goods method, the value for duty of the goods being imported is calculated based on the value for duty of other identical goods that were imported to Canada at the same or substantially the same time, and accounted for under the transaction value method. "Identical goods" are defined in subsection 45(1) of the act and include goods that are the same in all respects, were produced by or on behalf of the same person, and were produced in the same country, as the goods being appraised. 350c69d7ab


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