It appears Sharesight is using a 2 decimal USD to AUD exchange rate for year end reporting however the ATO (Tax Office) rates use the RBA rate and are set to 4 decimal places.
I have prepared my 30 June 22 year end accounts for our super fund based on my Sharesight reports which have translated all of the USD holdings at a rate of 0.69 however the ATO rate is 0.6889. The auditors have revalued all investments to the ATO rate which means I now need to re do my accounts.
One of the main reasons I use the Pro version of Sharesight is to be able to easily generate year end reporting for tax purposes. If it does not use the ATO rate then I will have to go back to manually recalculating balances and movements using excel which defeats the purpose of using Sharesight!
Is there a way I can override the year end exchange rates in Sharesight to avoid this or can you please use the ATO rates for Year end reporting?