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Re: Odoo 9 Accounting: We support your bankby
But beyond a chart, a tax table and maybe a tax report, NZ localisation needs nothing special, is basically a copy of l10n_uk.
Maybe for V10 it is worth addressing a lot of this to allow custom charts from the templates. Could be reasonably simple I think. A many2many to a vertical table, and again for a size table. In MYOB you select your vertical and size then it suggests a chart and you just select the accounts you want or don't want out of a master list and add on any new ones. Maybe with a sequence field to allow reordering.
Yeah about time I got around to doing that, haven't looked at since v6. Just a bit busy for the next few weeks. But we can't use anyway as we are required to report EBITDA style under anglosaxon which works best with new account types (COGS, Depreciation, Tax Expense, Intangibles, Interest, Non operating Expense, Non Operating Income) to make reporting work properly and generate decent analysis (or maybe not under new v9, I don't know).But here is the problem I imagine for many localisations. The reporting and chart requirements for a one man business are very different than those for a farm, than those for a club, than those for a medium business than those for a large business. NZ has 3 main accounting standards, the little one (don't know its name), differential (for mid sized businesses) and large (which is basically IFRS). Odoo can really only support the little one without customization and then only fully for service businesses. Everything else the accounting works OK but the reporting falls over.
On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 9:38 AM, Fabien Pinckaers <email@example.com> wrote:
That's because we have no chart of accounts for NZ. Any pull-request / contribution would be good.On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 1:28 PM, Graeme Gellatly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I see NZ banks are supported, but not NZ in the document. Same for Australia. NZ only has two major banks that aren't Australian anyway.On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 9:03 AM, Fabien Pinckaers <email@example.com> wrote:Hello,Odoo 9 supports direct bank interfaces to sync your statements automatically. We just launched a widget allowing you to test if your bank is supported. From this page, use the text search widget on the right:If your bank appears in the search box, it means it is supported in Odoo 9 and you can sync Odoo directly with your bank. Some of the supported countries include: U.S., France, Spain, Colombia, India, NZ, Australia, ...For the Odoo 9 documentation, we are trying to build an extensive list of supported features by country. If you have a few minutes to help us: check if the top 5 banks of your country are supported. If one of these is supported, please report a "V" in line 27 of this document (the column is your country): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tnUwiweunpjBdDkzTx2XqfE8Usv9MZPH_C20WRVoyvY/edit?usp=sharingIf none of these top 5 banks are supported, set a "X" in the right cell. You can also fill in the other lines if you know if banks of your countries support SEPA, OFX, QIF, CSV, ...Thanks,--Fabien