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Land Building Goodwill Purchases Cash Personal Accounts Personal Accounts are Accounts which relate to persons. Personal Accounts include the follow-ing. Suppliers Customers Lenders Nominal accounts Nominal Accounts are Accounts which relate to incomes and expenses and gains and losses of abusiness concern. For example, Salary Account Dividend Account SalesAccounts can be broadly classified under the following four groups. Assets Liabilities Income ExpensesThe above classification is the basis for generating various financial statements viz., BalanceSheet, Profit & Loss A/c and other MIS reports. The Assets and liabilities are taken to Balancesheet and the Income and Expenses accounts are posted to Profit and Loss Account. 1.1.2 Golden Rules of Accounting R e a l A c c o u n t s P e r s o n a l A c c o u n t s N o m i n a l A c c o u n t s D e b i t W h a t C o m e s i n T h e R e c e i v e r E x p e n s e s a n d L o s s e s C r e d i t W h a t G o e s o u t T h e G i v e r I n c o m e s a n d G a i n s Basics of Accounting 3 1.1.3 Accounting Principles, Concepts and Conventions The Accounting Principles, concepts and conventions form the basis for how business transac-tions are recorded. A number of principles, concepts and conventions are developed to ensurethat accounting information is presented accurately and consistently. Some of these concepts arebriefly described in the following sections. Revenue Realisation According to Revenue Realisation concept, revenue is considered as the income earned on thedate, when it is realised. As per this concept, unearned or unrealised revenue is not taken intoaccount. This concept is vital for determining income pertaining to an accounting period. Itreduces the possibilities of inflating incomes and profits. Matching Concept As per this concept, Matching of the revenues earned during an accounting period with the costassociated with the respective period to ascertain the result of the business concern is carried out.This concept serves as the basis for finding accurate profit for a period which can be distributed tothe owners. Accrual Under Accrual method of accounting, the transactions are recorded when earned or incurredrather when collected or paid i.e., transactions are recorded on the basis of income earned or expense incurred irrespective of actual receipt or payment. For example, a seller bills the buyer atthe time of sale and treats the bill amount as revenue, even though the payment may be receivedlater. Going Concern As per this assumption, the business will exist for a long period and transactions are recordedfrom this point of view. The cash basis of accounting is a method wherein revenue is recognised when it is actually received, rather than when it is earned. Expenses arebooked when they are actually paid, rather than when incurred. This method is usually not considered to be in conformity with accounting principles and is, therefore, used only in select situations such as for very small busi-nesses. Basics of Accounting 4 Accounting Period The users of financial statements required periodical reports to ascertain the operational and thefinancial position of the business concern. Thus, it is essential to close the accounts at regular intervals. viz., 365 days or 52 weeks or 1 year is considered as the accounting period.
only business transactions and events of financial nature are recorded.Debit aspect (receiving) and Credit aspect (giving). by preparation of Profit &Loss Account Helps ascertaining financial position of the concern at the end of each period. Figure 1.5 Mode of Accounting Accounting process begins with identifying and recording the transactions in the books of accounts i. 1. This accounting techniquerecords each transaction as debit and credit.4 Double Entry System of Book Keeping As per Double Entry System of book-keeping. evidencing the related transaction. all the business transactions recorded in accountshave two aspects . where every debit has a corresponding credit andvice versa. amount and terms of payments and so on.The following are the most common source documents. i. name of goods. debit and credit Maintains a complete record of all business transactions Helps to check the accuracy of the accounting transactions. liability. Invoice or Bill When a trader sells goods to a buyer.e. expense or income.1 Double Entry System 1. Accounting identifies only those transactions and events which involves money and issorted based on various source documents. in case of a Sole Proprietor concern. the proprietor is treatedto be separate and distinct from the business. by preparation of trial balance Helps ascertaining profit earned or loss occured during a period. Cash Memo Invoice or Bill Vouchers Receipt Debit Note Credit Note Basics of Accounting 6 Voucher A voucher is a document in support of a business transaction. Every journal entry is supportedby a voucher. when abusiness acquires an asset (receiving) and pays cash (giving) for it.Accounting Entity According to this assumption. whenthe trader purchases goods on credit receives a Invoice/bill from the supplier of such goods.e.. For example. Receipt When a trader receives cash from a customer against goods sold by him. Journals and Ledgers A journal is a record in which all business transactions are entered in a chronological order. he prepares a sales invoice containing the details of nameand address of buyer.creditors and others. details of amount received with date. issues a receipt con-taining the name of such customer. Account An account is a statement of transactions affecting any particular asset. containing the details of such trans-action. which he controls. Features of Double Entry System of Book Keeping The Double entry system of book keeping comprises of the following features : Every business transaction affects two accounts Each transaction has two aspects. Similarly. by prepara-tion of Balance Sheet Helps timely decision making based on sufficient information Minimises the possibilities of fraud due to its systematic and scientific recording of businesstransactions Basics of Accounting 5 The following chart explains the way in which accounting transactions are recorded in the DoubleEntry system and financial statements are prepared.1.. Ledger .1. a business is considered as a unit or entity apart from its owners. the first step in the Accounting Process is recording of transactions in the books of accounts. For example. Only trans-actions that can be expressed in terms of money are recorded. Arecord of a single business transaction is called a journal entry . The proprietor is treated as acreditor to the extent of his capital and all the business transactions are recorded in the books of accounts from the business stand point. Money Measurement In accounting.
the total of the debit balances and credit balances should agree. after considering all other incomes and expenses incurred over a period. Thishelps the company to monitor and control the costs incurred and improve its efficiency. The chart of accounts alsodisplays the categorisation and grouping of its accounts. which areentered in journal or subsidiary books.The Net Profit is expressed as : Net Profit = (Gross Profit + Other Income) – (Selling and Administrative Expenses + Depre-ciation + Interest + Taxes + Other Expenses) A key element of the Profit and Loss Account. . every debit should have a corresponding Basics of Accounting 7 credit.for timely and accurate ascertainment of operating and financial position of the organisation.Financial statement serves a significant purpose to users of accounting information in knowingabout the profitability and financial position of the organisation.6 Financial Statements Financial statements are final result of accounting work done during the accounting period. On the other hand. the difference representsGross Profit. and one that distinguishes it from a balance sheet. As per the rules of double entry system. Chart of Accounts A chart of accounts is a list of all accounts used by an organisation. if the total of the debit side is in excess of the credit side total. the profit and loss statement shows the performance of the company in terms of profits or losses over a specified period.e. A detailed trial balancehas columns for Account name Debit balance Credit balance 1. Accounting Period Generally. whilethe items represented on the balance sheet show information as on a specific date.1. In other words.is that the amounts shown on the statement represent transactions over a period of time.A Ledger is a book which contains all the accounts whether personal. grouping of all the transactions relating to a par-ticular account to a single place. Financial statements normallyinclude Trading Profit and Loss Account Balance Sheet Trading Account Trading refers to buying and selling of goods. real or nominal. the financial statements are generated for a regular period such as a quarter or a year.. The Gross Profit is expressed as : Gross Profit = Net Sales – Cost of SalesProfit and Loss Account The profit and loss account helps to ascertain the net profit earned or net loss suffered during aparticular period. PostingPosting is the process of transferring the entries recorded in the journal or subsidiary books tothe respective accounts opened in the ledger i. Trial BalanceTrial balance is a statement which shows debit balances and credit balances of all Ledger accounts.The difference between the two sides of the Trading Account indicates either Gross Profit or Gross Loss. Such Gross Profit / Gross Loss is transferred to Profit & LossAccount. thedifference represents Gross Loss. The trading account displays the transactions per-taining to buying and selling of goods. If the credit side total is in excess of the debit side total.
7 Transactions A transaction is a financial event that takes places in the course or furtherance of business andeffects the financial position of the company. the business transactions may be of the folowing nature : Purchase of goods either as raw materials for processing or as finished goods for resale Payment of expenses incurred towards business Sale of goods or services Receipts (in Cash or by Cheques) Payments (in Cash or Cheques) . TheRevenue and Expenses accounts will not have an opening balance for the next accountingperiod. For example. Balance Sheet The balance sheet is a statement that summarises the assets and liabilities of a business. personal and nominal (capital in nature) accounts are transferredfrom trial balance to balance sheet and grouped under the major heads of assets and liabilities. your cash balance increases and your stock reduces.1.Basics of Accounting 8 All revenue and expense accounts are closed once the profit and loss account is prepared.Transactions can be classified as follows : Receipts – cash or bank Payments – cash or bank Purchases Sales 1.Generally. Theexcess of assets over liabilities is the net worth of a business.The balance sheet is complete when the net profit/ loss is transferred from the Profit and Lossaccount. The balance sheet provides infor-mation that helps in assessing A company’s Long-term financial strength A company’s Efficient day-to-day working capital management A company’s Asset portfolio A company’s Sustainable long-term performanceThe balances of all the real.8 Recording Transactions The important aspect of accounting is to record transactions promptly and correctly to ascertainthe financial status of a company as on a particular date.1.your cash balance reduces and bank balance increases or when you sell goods for cash. when you deposit cash in the bank. 1.
you borrow money to finance your business Owners. who hold a share in the capital of your business Figure 1. Lenders from whom. who provide services in exchange of salaries and wages. both internal and external viz. buildings and other assets needed to carry on the business. who supply goods and services for cash or on credit Customers.2 Parties dealt with in a business process . Suppliers. with whom accounts are maintained Suppliers of equipment.. who buy goods or services for cash or on credit Employees.Basics of Accounting 9 The Accounting information is useful to various interested parties. Banks.
Profit and loss statement shows the performance of the company interms of profits or losses made by it over a specified period. . Balance sheet gives an overview of the financial position of a companyas on a specific date. Voucher is a document evidencing the details of a financial transaction. Ledger is a book in which accounts are maintained. analyse and commu-nicate financial information. Trial balance is a list of the balances of all the ledger accounts. The three types of accounts maintained for transactions are realaccounts. Entity is the organisational unit for which accounting records are main-tained. Double Entry accounting is a system of recording transactions in a waythat maintains the equality of the accounting equation. Journal entry is a record of a single business transaction. personal accounts and nominal accounts.Basics of Accounting 10 Points to Remember Accounting is a comprehensive system to collect.
11 Lesson 2: Fundamentals of Tally.ERP 9 2.1 Introduction .
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6 Financial Statements 1.6 Printing 3. Concepts and Conventions 126.96.36.199.2.3 Working with Multiple Companies 2.4 Chart of Accounts of National Traders 4.11 Create Stock Items .2.3 Creating Single Stock Categories 4.8 TDL Configuration 3.5 Data Migration Capability 2.4 Payroll 2.2 Functional Features of Tally.2.ERP 9 2. 1.1 F11:Features 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 Creation of a Company 2.3 Groups and Ledgers 3.3 Technology Advantages 220.127.116.11 General 18.104.22.168 Creating Multiple Stock Categories 4.10 Licensing 3.1.3.ERP 9 Screen Components 2.6.6 Features pertaining to Duties and Taxes 2.3 Godowns / Locations 4.8 Recording Transactions 2.2.1 Salient Features of Tally.2 Displaying and Altering Stock Groups 4.1.4 Double Entry System of Book Keeping 22.214.171.124 Mode of Accounting 126.96.36.199.4 Units of Measure 4.5 Displaying and Altering Stock Categories 188.8.131.52.6.5 Quitting Tally.4 Voucher Entry 3.6 Creating Units of Measure 4.2.7 Transactions 1.1 Types of Accounts 1.2 Tally.3 Accounting Principles.2.2 Pre-defined Groups of Accounts 184.108.40.206 Creating Compound Units of Measure 4.2.3 Accts / Inventory Info 3.ERP 9 2.1 Tally.2 Numeric Symbols 3.4 Exercise to Create another Company 3.6.2 Golden Rules of Accounting 1.4 Switching between Screen Areas 2.9 Advanced Configuration 3.5 Stock Items 4.2.3.ERP 9 Start-up 2.6.2 Stock Categories 4.2.5 Invoice / Orders Entry 3.2.1 Create Stock Groups 4.3 Mouse/ Keyboard Conventions 2.7 Data Configuration 3.2.1.ERP 9 2.3.9 Creating Godowns 220.127.116.11 Chart of Accounts 18.104.22.168 Displaying and Altering Stock Godowns 4.1 Stock Groups 4.2 Base Currency Information 2.8 Displaying and Altering Units of Measure 4.
6 Credit Note Voucher (Ctrl + F8) 5.1 Voucher Class 6.1.4 Journal Voucher (F7) 5.2.6 Delivery Note 22.214.171.124 Optional Voucher 5.6 Bill-wise Outstandings Report 6.2.13 Creating a New Voucher Type 5.1 Activating Bill-wise Details 6.4 Creating Cost Categories 6.1.3 Receipt Voucher (F6) 126.96.36.199.3.10 Memo Voucher (Ctrl + F10) 5.3 Activating Cost Category and Cost Centre 188.8.131.52.2.10 Recording Inventory Transactions 5.14 Displaying and Altering a Voucher Type 184.108.40.206.16 Trial Balance for April 2009 5.1 Contra Voucher (F4) 5.5 Cost Centre Class 6. 5.17 Trial Balance for June 2009 220.127.116.11 Sales Order 18.104.22.168 Creating Foreign Currencies .3.8 Debit Note Voucher (Ctrl + F9) 5.2 Walk-through to create an Item Invoice 5.3 Against Reference 6.5 Stock Journal 22.214.171.124 Cost Centre 6.8 Physical Stock Voucher 126.96.36.199.13 Entering Inventory Details in Accounting Vouchers 5.8 Bill-wise Details for Non-trading Accounts 6.2 Cost Categories 6.7 Purchase Voucher (F9) 5.3 Rejections Out 5.3.12 Post-dated Vouchers 188.8.131.52 Display Cost Centre Reports 6.1.7 Payment Performance of Debtors 184.108.40.206 Rejections In 5.1.5 On Account 6.2.5 Sales Voucher (F8) 5.2.4 Advance 220.127.116.11.2.3 Walk-through to create an Account Invoice 6.7 Receipt Note 5.15 Recording Accounting Transactions 5.3 Payment Voucher using Voucher Class 6.1.9 Pure Inventory Transactions 5.4 Stock Journal using Voucher Class 6.2 New Reference 18.104.22.168.5 Creating Cost Centre 6.9 Reversing Journal Voucher (F10) 22.214.171.124 Stock Summary for April 2009 5.4.2 Invoice Entry using Voucher Class 6.1 Item Invoice and Account Invoice 5.1 Purchase Order 126.96.36.199 Stock Summary for June 2009 188.8.131.52.1.6 Applying Cost Centres to Ledger Accounts 6.1.2 Payment Voucher (F5) 5.
2 Altering a Purchase Order 7.1 Purchase Order Processing 7.2 Creating a Manufacturing Journal 7.1 Company Setup 8.3.2 Creating Sales Ledger .3 Using Batch-wise Details in Sales Invoice 7.4 Appropriate Addtional Costs 184.108.40.206.3 Calculating Interest on Invoices 220.127.116.11 Creating a Scenario 6.3 VAT Classifications 18.104.22.168.1 Defining Reorder Levels 7.7.1 Activating Price Lists and Defining Price Levels 7.4.2 Altering Currencies 6.1 Using Tracking Numbers 7.1 Calculating Interest in Simple Mode 6.2 Display Budgets and Variances for Group Budget 6.1.4 Deleting a Budget 6.4.2 Using Batch-wise Details in Purchase Invoice 7.6.3 Deleting Currencies 6.2 Creating Purchase Voucher with Additional Cost Details 7.2 Display Stock Summary 7.8.1 Stock Valuation Methods 7.6.7 Adjusting Forex Gain/Loss 6.4.1 Activating Additional Cost Details 7.2 Using Price Lists 7.5 Voucher Entry using Foreign Currency 6.8.2 Enabling Value Added Tax (VAT) 8.1 Creating Bill of Materials 7.5 Creating a Ledger Budget 6.3 Altering a Budget 6.5 Additional Costs incurred after Purchases 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199 Deleting a Scenario 7.6.1 Creating a Group Budget 6.1.9 Zero Valued Entries 7.1.6 Display Budgets and Variances for Ledger Budget 6.5. 188.8.131.52 Calculating Interest in Advanced Mode 6.7.7 Adjusting Orders 7.3 Using Bill of Materials 7.2 Display Purchase Bill Pending 7.2.4 Creating Bank Ledger 6.2 Booking Interest to Ledgers 184.108.40.206.10 Inventory Ageing Analysis 7.5 Bank Reconciliation 6.1 Creating Purchase Ledger 8.6 Displaying Forex Gain/Loss 220.127.116.11 Activating Batch-wise Details 18.104.22.168.6.11 Different Actual and Billed Quantities 8.5 Display Order Position 7.2 Alterating a Scenario 6.1.2 Display Reorder Status 7.3 Creating Purchase Invoice with Additional Cost Details 22.214.171.124 Display Columnar Orders & Stock Details 126.96.36.199 Sales Order Processing 7.4.4 Altering a Sales Order 188.8.131.52.
184.108.40.206 Creating Purchase Invoice with Selection of VAT Class during Entry 8.3.1 Rate Differences in Purchases 8.1 VAT Computation Report 8.6.4 Creating Party Ledger 220.127.116.11 Creating Sales Invoice with Multiple VAT Rates 18.104.22.168 Inter-State Sales against C Form 9.5 Exports against H Form 9.1 Inter-State Purchases 9.11.2 Adjustment of ITC on Branch Transfers 8. 22.214.171.124 Creating Sales Invoice using Voucher Class 8.1 Sales Returns 8.4 Creating Purchase Invoice with Multiple VAT Rates 8.3 Other Related Reports 126.96.36.199.13.5.10 Claiming ITC on Capital Goods 8.2 Purchase Returns 188.8.131.52.5 Creating Sales Voucher without Inventory 8.13.2 Creating Masters 9.6 Creating Sales Invoice with default VAT Class 8.6 Purchases from Unregistered Dealers 8.3.1 Exempted Purchases 8.2.5 Creating Sales 8.12.8 Creating Sales Invoice with Selection of VAT Class during Entry 8.2 Exempted Sales 184.108.40.206 Company Setup 220.127.116.11 Enabling VAT for Composite Dealers 8.1 VAT Returns 8.3.3 Display VAT Computation Report 8.2.7 VAT Reports 8.7 Printing Sales Invoice 8.3 Display VAT Computation Report 8.2 Creating Purchase Invoice with default VAT Class 8.12.4 Branch Transfers/ Consignment Sales against F Form 18.104.22.168.3 Transit Sales against E1 and E2 Forms 9.9 Purchases from Unregistered Dealers 22.214.171.124.4 Display VAT Computation Report 8.4.1 Creating Purchase Voucher without Inventory 8.2 eVAT Returns 8.3 Creating Masters 8.3 Branch Transfer Inwards 8.2 Inter-state Sales 126.96.36.199 Basics of Central Sales Tax (CST) 9.2 Rate Differences in Sales 8.4 Payment of CST .3 Display VAT Computation 188.8.131.52.13.6.2 Composite VAT Classifications 184.108.40.206 Creating Purchases 8.3 Display VAT Computation Report 8.1 Inter-state Purchases 8.5 Creating Stock Items 8.8 Payment of Composite VAT 9.6 Sales to SEZ Units against I Form 220.127.116.11 Branch Transfer Outwards 8.2 VAT Returns 8.3.3 Creating Input VAT Ledger 8.
1.1 Company Setup 11.1 Creating Receipt Note 18.104.22.168 Defining User Interface Language 12.1 Forms Receivable Report 9.1 Creating Purchase Invoice 10.5 Creating Payment Voucher 22.214.171.124.1 Activate Security Control 126.96.36.199 Loading a Company with a User name 13.1 Company Setup 10.3.1 Backup 13.1 Creating Jobs as Job Cost Centres 11.1 TallyVault 13.1 Creating a Company 12.1 Features of Point of Sale (PoS) in Tally.2.2 Forms Issuable Report 10.5.3 Users and Passwords 13.3 Creating Transfer Journal 11.3 Printing Sales Invoice 12.2 Material Consumption Summary 11.3.4 Creating Consumption Journal 11.6.6 Creating Sales Invoice 11.2.5 Split Company Data 188.8.131.52 POS Reports 184.108.40.206 Creating POS Invoice with Single Payment Mode 10.5.1.3.3.3.2 Display Profit & Loss Account 12.3 Creating Godowns dedicated to jobs 11.2 Creating Purchase Invoice 11.2.2 Restore 13.4.ERP 9 11.4 Creating POS Invoice using Voucher Class 10.1 Using Phonetic Keyboard Layouts 12.3 Creating Leders 10.5 Creating Stock Item 11.3.4 Creating Units of Measure 11.1 Display Stock Summary 220.127.116.11 Creating Ledgers 11.1 Export of Data .5.3.3 Printing Confirmation Letters in Multiple Languages 13.2 Creating Sales Invoice 12.3 Creating Ledgers 12.1 Job Work Analysis Report 18.104.22.168.2 Creating Stock Item 12.2.4 Alter/ Display a User / Type of Security 13.2 Create Security Levels 13.7 Creating Stock Journal for Returns of Materials 11.1.1 Creating Purchase Invoice 12.3 Godown Summary 11.3 Tally Audit 22.214.171.124.3 Creating POS Invoice with Multiple Payment Mode 10.3.3 Enabling Multilingual Support 12.6 Creating Voucher Type with Voucher Class 11.4 Transliteration 12.2.4. 9.1.ERP 9 10.4.2.4.4 Comparative Job Work Analysis 12.2 Enabling Job Costing in Tally.126.96.36.199 Creating POS Voucher Type 10.
3 Launch Tally.2.3. 13.1 Local Access 188.8.131.52 Basic concepts of TDS .8.NET Features 14.2 My Active Sessions 15.1.3 Logging to Control Centre 184.108.40.206.1 Creating Purchase Invoice 17.5 Local / Online Help 13.5 Export to Excel 13.2 Reply to an Issue/Query 16.7 ODBC Connectivity 13.2.7 Payment of Service Tax 220.127.116.11 Accounting for Advance Receipts 17.3.1 Service Tax Payables 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124 Service Tax Statutory Masters 17.ERP 9 License 126.96.36.199 My Profile 15.3 Multi-Account Printing 13.ERP 9 15.1 Features of Control Centre 15.4 Print Preview 188.8.131.52 Creating Sales Invoice 17.1 Installing Tally.4.3 Close an Issue/ Query 16.4.1 Basics of Service Tax 17.3 Exporting Data for Re-import into another Company 13.ERP 9 17.9.2 Activating Tally.4 Other Functions 17.6.1 Adding a New Issue/ Query 16.3 Creating Masters 17.1 Display and Print 184.108.40.206 Printing Cheques 220.127.116.11.4 Draft Mode Printing (Quick Format) 13.NET Accounts 15.2 Exporting Masters 13.3.2 Configure Tally.NET 14.2.3 Connect Company on Tally.2 Company Setup 17.5 Cheque Printing 18.104.22.168 Create Remote Users 14.2 Advantages of Control Centre 15.3 Upload 13.4 My Password 16.3 Enabling Service Tax 17.2.6 Accounting for Opening Service Tax Credit 17.4 Import of Data 13.NET 14.1 Features of Support Centre 16.2 Remote Access 16.2 Print Format 13.ERP 9 15.2 Input Credit Form 17.3 ST 3 Report 18.2 Internet Publishing 13.8.1 Web Enabled 13.5 Authorise Remote Users 14.1 Salient Features of Service Tax compliant Tally.1 My Tally.1 Overview of Tally.6 Remote Access 15.9.
6 The Issue of a Consolidated Certificate 19.2 Excise Invoicing 20.ERP 9 22.214.171.124 Creating TCS Ledgers 126.96.36.199 Booking Expenses and Deducting TDS 18.1 Creating Party Ledger 19.3 CENVAT Credit .188.8.131.52.5.1 Voucher Type Setup 20.1 Company Setup 20.1 Enabling TDS in Tally.2.3 Creating Stock Items 20.2 TCS on Contracts.1 Excise Stock Register 20.4 Bank Accounts 184.108.40.206. License and Leases 19.1 Scope and Applicability 21.4.Form II 220.127.116.11. 18.8 Returns 18.104.22.168 Creating Purchases 20.4 Credit for Tax Collected at Source 19.ERP 9 22.214.171.124 Time and Mode of Payment of TCS to the Government Account 19.3.1 Basic concepts 20.5.4 TDS Deduction @ Zero Rate 18.5.1 Form 27D 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52 Accounting for Returns of Goods 21.2 Enabling Dealer Excise in Tally.1.2 Enabling VAT 20.2 Excise Valuation Methods 21.6.6 Exception Reports 19.2 TCS Statutory Masters 19.5.1 Computation 18.1.2 Challan Reconciliation 18.2 TDS Ledger Accounts 18.5 Outstandings 18.3 Return 18.1.3 Creating Sales Invoice 20.2 Booking Expenses and Deducting TDS Later 18.3 Form 27B 20.4.1 Creating Sales 19.5.2 TDS Statutory Masters 18.2.1 TCS Nature of Goods 19.1.5 The Issue of a TCS Certificate 19.7.3 Party Ledger Accounts 18.1 Form RG 23D 184.108.40.206 Payment of TDS 18.2 Creating Ledgers 20.1.2 Quarterly Return .5.4 eTDS Returns 18.3 TDS Deduction @ Lower Rate 18.1.2 e-TCS Returns 19.1 Company Setup 220.127.116.11 Excise Purchase Bill Register 20.1 Expenses Ledger Accounts 18.2 Payment of TCS 18.104.22.168.5 Deducting TDS on Payments 22.214.171.124 TCS Returns 19.3 Challan Reconciliation 19.
2 Salary Details setup 22.1 Employee Setup 22.1.2 Payroll Vouchers 22.4.4 Payment of ESI 22.3 PLA Register 21.4 Creating VAT Ledgers 126.96.36.199 Creating Stock Items 21.7.3 Payroll Statutory Reports 23.2.8 Returns & Timelines 21.4 Return of Goods 21.4 Registration of Manufacturers 21.2 Enabling Payroll in Tally.4.ERP 9 21.2 Daily Stock Register 21.5.3 Attendance/ Production Types 22.4 Form ER 1 188.8.131.52 Processing Employer ESI Contribution 22.1 Creating Employer ESI Contribution Masters 22.4. .7 Creating Tariff Classification 21.6 Salary Details Setup 22.1 Excise Computation Report 184.108.40.206 Availing CENVAT Credit 21.1 Purchase of Excisable Goods 220.127.116.11.5.2 Configuring Excise in Tally.5.1 Payroll Reports 18.104.22.168 Processing Employer PF Contribution 22.1.3. 21.1 Salient Features of Tally.3.2 Creating Excise Duty Ledgers 21.4.3 Sale of Excisable Goods 21.1 Attendance Vouchers 22.5 Payment of Provident Fund 22.3.5 Gratuity 22.5.2.ERP 9’s Payroll 22.1 Creating Employer PF Contribution Masters 22.214.171.124 Expat Reports 126.96.36.199.4.1.2 Manufacturing Excisable Goods 21.3 Payment of Salaries (Salary Disbursement) 22.4.6 Payment of Professional Tax 22.6 Payment of Excise Duty 21.6 Creating Excise Voucher Types 21.3.5. Ctrl + UTo retrieve all lines which are Info and Rating Category: Uncategorized.5.2 Payroll Masters 22.2.5 Requirements of Excise Invoice 21.6 Types of Duties and Method of Calculation 188.8.131.52 Creating CENVAT Ledgers 21.5 CENVAT Registers 22.4 Pay Heads 184.108.40.206.ERP 9 22.5 Creating Expenses Ledgers 21.1 Creating Ledgers 21.2 Salary Details setup 22.3.4 Processing PF Admin Expenses 22.7 Time and Mode of Payment of Duty 21.3.3.
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