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Additional notes about the MYOB integration
Additional notes about the MYOB integration

Some additional notes about contact mapping, invoice numbers, and taxes between Current and MYOB

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Written by Vanessa Behrens
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Linked MYOB contact field mapping

Enabled the “Create a linked MYOB Contact when creating an Organization?” option on your integration screen? This is how values are mapped between Current RMS organizations and MYOB contacts:

Current RMS organization field

MYOB contact field


Company Name



Default Tax Code ID

Tax ID Number

Default Tax Code ID

Freight Tax Code

Work Email


Work Phone or Mobile

Phone 1





Primary Address Street*


Primary Address City*


Primary Address County*


Primary Address Postcode*


Primary Address Country Name*


* These will be for the billing address for MYOB

Invoice numbers

Our integration creates invoices and credit notes in MYOB using the invoice and credit number from Current RMS.

MYOB makes sure that invoice numbers are unique, so ensure that the number sequences in MYOB and Current RMS do not overlap. An invoice will fail to post if the invoice number has already been used.

Set your invoice numbering sequence in Current RMS in System Preferences.

Invoice tax

MYOB calculates tax on a per invoice line basis and then sums the tax totals of each line item to calculate the total invoice tax.

Current provides a choice of tax calculation options via the “Tax Calculation Method Based On” setting in System Preferences.

You may wish to set your “Tax Calculation based on” setting to “Row Total” to provide consistency in tax calculation between Current RMS and MYOB.

If you don’t use “Row Total,” here, the MYOB invoice and credit notes are created by the integration using the tax amounts calculated within Current and if there is a difference in the tax an adjustment is included.

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