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■ TALLY.ERP 9 NOTE FOR COMPUTER COURSE Tally.ERP 9 By Prof. Bhutada Mrs. Archana Joshi ABHINAV PUBLICATIONS Mobile : 9850850003, Tel. : (07264) 242622 www.abhinavpublications.com ■ Notes For Computer Course Tally.ERP 9 ■ 2 ■ TALLY.ERP 9 ■ INDEX No. Topic Page No. 1. INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING 1 2. TALLY.ERP 9 10 3. INTRODUCTION TO TALLY 12 4. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION 18 5. VOUCHER ENTRIES IN TALLY 26 6. BANK RECONCILIATION STATEMENT 29 7. INVENTORY INFORMATION 30 8. PURE INVENTORY VOUCHERS 37 9. PURCHASE / SALES ORDERS AND INVOICES 39 10. REPORTS 46 11. VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) 50 12. TAX DEDUCTED AT SOURCE [TDS MODULE] 54 13. SERVICE TAX 63 14. TALLY PAYROLL - FEATURES 67 15. ADVANCE FEATURES 69 16. BILL OF MATERIAL 74 17. PRINTING 78 18. MULTILINGUAL 80 19. TALLY.NET 83 20. TAX COLLECTED AT SOURCE ( TCS ) 86 21. CENTRAL SALES TAX (CST) 92 22. CENTRAL EXCISE 100 23. LIST OF COMMONLY USED LEDGERS 116 24. SHORTCUT KEYS 122 ■ Notes For Computer Course Tally.ERP 9 ■ 3 ■ INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING ■ Tally.ERP 9 1 CHAPTER INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING Need for Accounting → Accounting is the language of business. It is the art of recording classifying and summarizing in a significant manner and in terms of money, transactions and events which are in part at least of a Financial Character and interpreting the result thereof. In simple terms accounting means :- a) recording b) classifying c) summarizing all the transactions which take place in the day to day business. This is done for a particular period of 12 months called a 'Financial Year'. It generally starts on 1st April and ends on 31st March. All the information of this period taken for Interpreting Financial events is helpful for decision making. A person running a business needs to know his :- 1) Assets [What he owns]. 2) Liabilities [What he owes]. 3) Profit or Loss. 4) Accordingly the future planning. In short accounting means recording the transactions. So what is transaction? Transaction is an event, which definitely affects the financial position of the business. Hence, to become a transaction the event must fulfill the condition of making some change in the expenditure, income ownings and owings. The event taking place must make effect on profit or loss of the business. Merely placing of an order or just an enquiry is not a transaction. Transactions are of two types Transactions Cash Credit [Immidiate Payment] [The payment is done after some period]. ■ Notes For Computer Course Tally.ERP 9 ■ 1 ■ ■ INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING Types of Accounts Types of Accounts Personal Impersona

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