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Sales History

Discussion in 'TES Authors' Group' started by judithgunn, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. judithgunn

    judithgunn New commenter

    Hello, I am self employed so I have to submit all my earnings and expenses, I have come to do my accounts for self assessment and I note that the sales record only goes back 90 days. I was unaware of this, I assumed I would have access to accounts for at least 12 months, does anyone know how to access these records, other than by trawling through my email?
     
  2. ajs12345

    ajs12345 New commenter

    On the main author dashboard where it displays your current balance and earnings that month, there is a drop down menu to select each month individually and see what you earned in that month. I calculate my return by simply adding up the totals from each month in the tax year that way.
    Hope this helps
     
  3. judithgunn

    judithgunn New commenter

    Hi thank you - that helps, although it's not quite as detailed as I would like, but I can certainly cross reference from there.
     
  4. MissEHoney

    MissEHoney New commenter

    I've started keeping an excel spreadsheet for it now
     
  5. judithgunn

    judithgunn New commenter

    Yes I am too now, I just have a gap on detail!
     

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