Payroll journal from 8/12/17 is not balanced. It seems there is no gst entries for expense

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Hello chris,

I'm glad you visited the Community today. 

Let's make sure that the W1/W2 codes are enabled by following these steps:

  1. On the left navigation menu, click GST.
  2. From the top right hand corner, click Edit GST and select Edit Rates.
  3. Click on the Cogwheel icon above the rates table and ensure the Include Inactive option is selected.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the list and ensure that the BAS-W1 and BAS-W2 codes are active. If they're not active, you'll need to activate them.

Now, let's check your payroll journals to see if the GST entries are present.

Here are the steps:

  1. click the Search icon located at the top-right corner of the screen, and then click Advanced Search.
  2. From the advanced search screen select the Journal Entries from the first drop down menu.
  3. Choose Memo and select Contains from the second and third drop down list.
  4. Enter Pay Run in the search box and click Search.
  5. From the list of journal entries that appears, check each journal entry to ensure that the W1 and W2 Tax codes have been applied.

If they were not applied, you can assign the appropriate tax code to each transaction line in the payroll journal.

For any additional questions or other concerns, please let me know. Thank you.

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