1. Table Name

  2. Take Off - The function of measuring quantities from specifications and drawings.

  3. Tangible Assets- An asset of a physical nature, such as buildings, vehicles and machinery.

  4. Tax- A compulsory contribution to state revenue based on income and business profits, etc.

  5. Taxation- The levying of tax by the government against a person or business.

  6. Tax File # (TFN) (RPC Payroll) - This value is only visual to limited people controlled by security program access level #113 requires an “8”. Tax file numbers are checked with a formula provided by the ATO. Other tax file numbers that are allowed are:  000000000 if the employee will not provide a TFN or 333333333 if the employee is under 18, or 444444444 if the employee is a pensioner or 987654321 where the employee has quoted a TFN that has alpha characters in it or is longer than 9 characters. TFN of 111111111 is only allowed to be submitted to the ATO if the employee was terminated before they provided their TFN. 

  7. Tax Invoice Value/Amount (AP) - This is the value of the Invoice/Progress Claim including GST.

  8. Termcap Name -

  9. Template ID - All Muli external documents are created using templates.  The Muli standard templates are numbered above 100, allowing users to create their own templates with numbering in the range of 1-99 per document type.

  10. Template Project Type - This is used as the starting project. It cannot have any accounting transactions. It provides a starting framework for a normal construction project.

  11. Template Questions

  12. Terms 281

  13. Termination Date (RPC Payroll) - Date on which the employee last worked for the organisation.

  14. Their Reference

  15. Timesheet Approver RPC

  16. Timesheet Control 537

  17. Timesheet Note 221
    This note provides a facility for the employee and/or the manager to pass special pay information / questions to the Payperson. It always starts empty for a payrun.  Where pay sequences are not accessible to the Timesheet Maintenance, then details are entered as a note, ie: Leave past end of pay period.

  18. Timings (Sub-menu in Projects) - This keeps track of key contract dates, the correct project calendar to be used.

  19. Timings Finish Date

  20. Timings Start Date

  21. Title
    The legal company name.
    Or for Indentity card.such as Ms, Mr

  22. Title (Supplier/Subcontractor) - The formal business name of the company providing a service is used in all external documentation.

  23. Toolbox Talks - On Site OHSEQ sessions for employees and subcontractors covering training, allowing for consultation and the release of findings of Site Safety Inspections.

  24. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) - The real, total cost of an asset. For example, an asset may cost $1,000 up-front, but have an annual renewal fee of $200; therefore, assuming it’ll have a lifespan of five years, the TCO would be $2,000.

  25. Total Net (AP) - The sum of S/C Approved + Other Costs (-) Retention. Ie: the value on which GST is applicable.

  26. Town - The town or city in which someone resides.

  27. Trade (Allocation) - The logical cost control centre - the smallest component that will allow orders and subcontracts to be written; i.e. brick- layer (bricks, blocks, mortar, labour), electrician.

  28. Trading Name - If a company wishes to trade using a name other than its own full name (eg. Frinstance Pty Ltd wishing to trade as Frinstance), it must register that trading name as a business name with the appropriate company registrar e.g. ASIC

  29. Trade Rate - The listed price advertised by the manufacturer/distributor for the supply of a product/service.

  30. Trading Stock Liability - This represents the liability to offset trading stock value and would include project funding.

  31. Trading Stock Value - The asset value contained in a project i.e. when the project is the company's own development or when the project is being used as a stock clearing account.

  32. Transaction Type

  33. Turnover - The value of work done after payment for goods and services and contribution earned.

  34. Types of Analysis

    1. Qualitative analysis uses word form or descriptive scales
    2. Qualitative analysis uses numerical values
    3. Likelihood is usually expressed as either a probability, a frequency, or a combination of exposure and probability