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Airtax Sync not working

I have noticed that the AirTax sync process is not working for me from a couple of weeks ago. Is it the same for you guys as well? I am on my OCT-DEC GST page and the sync button is not working for me.

Is there any website similar to Airtax?

Thanks
 

RoboRider

Well-Known Member
I don't use AirTax but I think the problem is that Uber have changed the formatting of the weekly statement. I noticed in the CSV last week that they have all the values as $A now which broke the parser I use to extract the data into my own spreadsheet. Hopefully AirTax are aware and will fix. This will break any app that extracts data from the Uber weekly statements
 

RoboRider

Well-Known Member
Update: Looked at CSV file and they seem to have removed the $A so maybe your AirTax will work ok now?
 
Well when I downloaded the csv to update my spreadsheet today it has got the $A back in it again :frown:
I have decided to do the GSTs on my own :smiley:

1) Log in to UBER.com
2) Go to Tax Summary
3) Go to 2018, Monthly Summary (This has all the tax summaries for each month)
4) For the Oct-Dec BAS, download the OCT,NOV,DEC summaries.
5) These summaries have your gross income and deductions, besides that, you can deduct your fuel and other expenses as well.

Thanks
 

Beepbeep41

Well-Known Member
I have decided to do the GSTs on my own :smiley:

1) Log in to UBER.com
2) Go to Tax Summary
3) Go to 2018, Monthly Summary (This has all the tax summaries for each month)
4) For the Oct-Dec BAS, download the OCT,NOV,DEC summaries.
5) These summaries have your gross income and deductions, besides that, you can deduct your fuel and other expenses as well.

Thanks
Wise choice!

I used Airtax until the point it required payment then just went to MyGov & did it myself. Gotta watch the penny’s in this game!!
 

ChopperG

Active Member
I have decided to do the GSTs on my own :smiley:

1) Log in to UBER.com
2) Go to Tax Summary
3) Go to 2018, Monthly Summary (This has all the tax summaries for each month)
4) For the Oct-Dec BAS, download the OCT,NOV,DEC summaries.
5) These summaries have your gross income and deductions, besides that, you can deduct your fuel and other expenses as well.

Thanks
Yeah smart choice. Its not that hard. I only consulted an accountant initially to make sure i was on the right track.
From thereon .. DIY
 

Beepbeep41

Well-Known Member
Yeah smart choice. Its not that hard. I only consulted an accountant initially to make sure i was on the right track.
From thereon .. DIY
You gotta mate or you go broke. Same with car service, brakes etc... no choice! Doesn’t matter how busy it gets your still on the verge of bankruptcy due to Ubers high commission & low rates. Hard...

Uber, Splend, Airtax all rely on knew sign ups and turn over. Takes 3mths to realise how little ones making...
 

RoboRider

Well-Known Member
Beepbeep41 even after allocating all my vehicle expenses (including depreciation) against my Uber income I have made $16+ per hour over last four months. Yes it is below minimum wage rates but it is hardly on the verge of bankruptcy as you so often complain :eek:
 

Beepbeep41

Well-Known Member
Beepbeep41 even after allocating all my vehicle expenses (including depreciation) against my Uber income I have made $16+ per hour over last four months. Yes it is below minimum wage rates but it is hardly on the verge of bankruptcy as you so often complain :eek:
Wait until you need a new car lol
 

RoboRider

Well-Known Member
Lol what part of "vehicle expenses (including depreciation)" does your brain not understand?

Seriously if it is that bad for you just stop doing Uber and stop flooding the forums with stupid posts
 

Beepbeep41

Well-Known Member
Lol what part of "vehicle expenses (including depreciation)" does your brain not understand?

Seriously if it is that bad for you just stop doing Uber and stop flooding the forums with stupid posts
Probably about %70 because it only covers %30 of the cost
 
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