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  1. Name Family – An individual’s family name
  2. Name Given – The christian or given names of an individual
  3. Name Short ( RPC) – The name usually used for a Muli report
  4. Name Short (Organisation) – The name usually used in a Muli report
  5. Negligence – Failure to exhibit care that one ought to exhibit.
  6. Net – The financial status of a company after expenses and deductions have been taken into account. Also known as the net worth, net income and net profit. Fundamentally, the net represents the true value of a company.
  7. Net Assets – The value of cash and assets minus company liabilities.
  8. Nominal Value – The named value of a share when it is issued.
  9. Non Accrual Hours – This value is used by Muli to reduce the obligations of the company for work accumulated benefits, such as annual leave.When added to worked hours, if you enter a value greater than normal worked hours per pay, the operator will be warned. However this situation could be corrected. ie. User receiving maternity leave (which is wholly or partly credited by government). The payee is not entitled to leave accruals in the period. When stored, the note indicates the individual’s normal hours per week or payrun to assist in developing cumulative balance control. If someone is taking 3 months leave without pay, then a time sheet would be done with zero value in the hours with 3 months normal worked hours in Non Accrual Hours.By adding “Pay to”, a valid payrun can not be achieved until “Pay to” has been removed.
  10. Non-Current Assets – Assets that don’t meet the criteria of a fixed or current asset. Non-current assets can’t be touched. Examples include trademarks and copyrights, etc.
  11. Non Working Day 455
  12. Normal Calculated Rate
  13. Normal hrs/period
  14. Normal Pay Period 503
  15. Normal Quantity
  16. Note 000 – Muli provides a specialised note utility that is used throughout the various Muli applications. A note in its simplest form is approximately a 40-character description of an activity. However, these may be extended to an unlimited number of lines. Includes formatting of bold, italic, underlining and inclusion of functions for amount and extension lines or utilise codes from the Code Master file. Each note may be pre-formatted to provide a company standard check list at the start of a new note. Muli provides standard defaults for some notes N99101XXX (Muli Master Note XXX = Note # XXX allows for multiple options) N98101XXX (User Master Note – over-rides Muli Master if same number), ie A company be identify the specifics of an employee’s education and training to give a check list for data capture.
  17. Note XXX Order – The basic scope of an order has been extended from xx to 40 characters with ability to add additional list.
  18. Note XXX Risk2Do – The definition of the item of Risk or activity to be completed including gained knowledge.
  19. Note XXX Incoming – The scope or issues associated with incoming data.
  20. Note XXX Role – When a project role is created, the association may be qualified and recommendations/wishes qualified.
  21. Note 111 RPC
  22. Note 161 (Risk)
  23. Note 201 Project Master
  24. Note 221 Payroll Management
  25. Note 222 Emergency Contact
  26. Note 223 Qualifications
  27. Note 224 Employee History
  28. Note 229
  29. Note 502
  30. Note 602 Revision
  31. Note Amendment/Order 210
  32. Note Budget 204
  33. Note Customer 102
  34. Note Digital 725
  35. Note Incoming 302
  36. Note Marketing 103
  37. Note Number
  38. Note Orgs Role 105
  39. Note Photo 721
  40. Note Project – Utilises the Note standard routine to record sundry information that users feel is appropriate.
  41. Note Project 201
  42. Note Project Role 202
  43. Note Quote 702
  44. Note Remittance 213
  45. Note Standard – With Version N, Muli has introduced a standard Note routine used throughout the Muli system. The basic Note line allows for 40-characters. Should additional information be required, then an extended Note may be created up to a maximum of 90+ lines.
  46. Note Supplier 101
    This note may be used to maintain additional information about a supply relationship with a supplier or a standard layout may be established to provide a template for additional information/assessments.
  47. Note Type 699
    Notes can be applied in over 60 places within Muli. There are notes for Orders, Organsiations, Photos, Variations, and Timesheet Activities to name a few.
  48. Note Vary 203
  49. Not-for-profit Organization – A company that exists for charitable reasons. Trustees and shareholders receive no financial benefits.
  50. NSCOA –  The National Standard Chart of Accounts (NSCOA) is a free data entry tool and data dictionary for charities and other not-for-profit organisations. All Australian governments (Commonwealth, state and territory) have agreed to accept NSCOA when requesting information from not-for-profits. While NSCOA is not compulsory, there are benefits in using it.