The reconciliation section of a tax return allows the accounting income to be reconciled to the taxable income. The reason for this is that certain income items may not be assessable or the amounts may differ. Similarly, with expenses, some accounting amounts may not be deductible or amounts may differ.

Understanding the Reconciliation Section

The reconciliation section will only be relevant if you've imported financial statements.

LodgeiT  forms are  optimised  for  autofill  from downstream accounting systems, not manual fill processes.

LodgeiT  Reconciliation demonstrates how tax facts are arrived at from accounting facts.

To adjust and reconcile, add a line item under "Income" tab 

It will automatically show up in "Reconciliation" tab

For SBE, click here - Simplified Depreciation Rules "Depreciation Expenses on Accounts"

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