About Me

Hi, I am Rishit Shah.

I’m glad that you want to know more about me and my fascinating articleship (on that later).

Let me first tell you the reason behind creating this blog.

Why I created this blog?

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I am a Chartered Accountant student and currently in the final stage.

I have used Tally for more than 2 years and still using. And will use it in the future too.

In those two years, I came across many minute as well as important functions of Tally. Many a times I got stuck somewhere but there was my Principal to guide me.

As a CA. student I had the luxury of obtaining knowledge regarding Tally from my Principal, but this is not the case with everyone who wants to learn Tally.

Tally is a software which is widely used for accounting (though there are much more functions than just accounting) and there is a very large community who are using Tally but are not Chartered Accountants or CA. students.

Now, the question is, where did they learn Tally? There are thousands of institutes who are teaching Tally and they are taking fees above Rs.10,000 for teaching Tally in detail.

As against that, here at TallySchool I share my knowledge with you directly in a simple manner.

You can even ask me any question regarding Tally and I’ll be happy to personally answer all your questions. This is like a teacher available 24/7.

You must be wondering that there are many websites and videos available on the web to learn Tally.

You’re absolutely correct.

But when you visit those websites, you will notice that tonnes of advertisements start popping up. Apart from that, those websites aren’t updated with advancements in Tally.

Not only that, but these types of websites are; which I call ‘put and done’ sites. They once publish the content and forget. If you want to ask something related to the topic, you’ve to comment and wait for their answer.

From my personal experience, they never answer back. That is how they work. They just want to earn.

If you don’t trust me, just Google ‘Learn Tally’ and go to whichever website you like. Try above things and you’ll come to know what the truth is.

And last but not the least, TallySchool is the only website where I personally answer all your questions.

Here at TallySchool, whole scenario is different. There aren’t stuffed advertisements and I will for sure reply to any of your question, suggestion or feedback.

I produce content and videos with my own version of Tally. You will definitely love everything I create here.

Something about me!

As you read before, I am a Chartered Accountant student in the final stage of Chartered Accountancy.

I live in Surat which is located in Gujarat. I love reading books whatever the subject is and I like to explore new and unknown areas (this may seem a bit weird).

In fact, have a look at some amazing books that I read.

I joined CA. as usual after completing my 12th boards. That was the life changing decision for me. I didn’t know what I’ll do ahead, but I knew one thing very clear that I will work for myself and for nobody else.

I got a score 126 out of 200 in CPT which is a pretty low one as compared to my friends. But I was happy because I passed by studying just one month effectively.

Actually there is an interesting story of 12th boards result and I think it had happened with many of the students who had given boards in 2011.

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By mistake the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board awarded me 1 mark in Gujarati subject.

You can see it in the picture here. That disturbed a lot and I did not studied for nearly 15 days before CPT.

After my dad solved the issue and got the result corrected which showed 71 marks instead of just one, I was relieved. Again I started preparing for CPT and passed. So I’m happy. 🙂

Then, came the threatening IPCC. There were nine months and seven subjects to study. I studied peacefully and gave exams for both the groups. But the peace was going to be no more.

The results were declared in August and I passed in first group but I failed to clear the second group because my total was not 150 out of 300.

I passed in every subject but my total wasn’t the 50% minimum which is required by ICAI. More badly, I had not got any exemption too.

So now, I have to give whole second group once again. I gave the exams and passed with a total of 163 marks and exemption in Advanced Accounting.

Now I’m preparing for the Grand Finale which is in May 2015 and exactly one year is left as on the date of writing this.

My fascinating Articleship

Fascinating

A normal person would think something like this.

After clearing both groups of IPCC (Integrated Professional Competence Course) I’ll check out the options for my articleship.

Preferably I would go to Big Four and if I didn’t get in there, I’ll try in some of the top reputed CA. firms in the city or the neighbouring city.

Work at the firm for 2.5 years and then at last take leave and give exams.

But, things happened to me a bit differently. At least that is what I think!

As I was able to clear only first group of IPCC, there was no chance that Big Fours would be interested in taking me in.

Therefore I tried at some of the big audit firms in Surat. I was able to get a step ahead in one audit firm in textile market in the city along with my friend.

The Chartered Accountant told me and my friend to get papers ready by the next day. We got the papers ready and went to his office but he wasn’t present.

So we went a day after and he told me that he is not able to keep me as an articled assistant but my friend was selected.

I don’t know why I was rejected and my friend was selected. The CA. didn’t even bother to give me a valid reason in spite of asking him several times.

He said that you didn’t meet me on time and so I don’t have vacancy for you. I was a little sad and my search for a place to work started again.

Eventually, I landed at my father’s Chartered Accountant CA. Paras S. Shah. He has an office in diamond market and he is an honest and humble man.

He was not like a traditional boss but a pretty much of a lenient person. He even gave a bonus for Diwali which I think only a handful of Chartered Accountants in Surat give.

There I learned the core part of Tally which was taught to me in a very effective manner by CA. Sagar Jogani who was working under CA. Paras S. Shah at that time but is now practising independently.

Frankly speaking without Paras Sir & Sagarbhai I would not have known Tally in as much detail as I know today!

But, again my mind was up to something else, something greater. The thing is that there was 90% income tax and 10% other at Paras sir’s office.

I wanted to learn more than just income tax. So after seven months I told my principal that I want a transfer and he was shocked because I did not gave any previous notice for leaving.

He said, you have to complete March and you cannot go before that so I agreed to stay. He was right because March is a month of bulk of income tax work and there was not much time where he could find a new experienced person.

Meanwhile, I was searching for a firm in which I can get experience in indirect taxes.

I found a firm in Udhana area which was newly started by two young CAs and I was hoping they would understand us (me and my friend Pratik Patel who took transfer from the diamond market firm).

Finally after getting transfer, we went to work at the blossoming firm in Udhana. I learnt VAT in depth and some service tax related work there.

After two months of joining the new firm, my principal told me that we are going to merge with a 10 years old and reputed firm at Ring Road.

Suddenly the firm is going to merge and I was thinking about the problems that we can face because of the old aged CA. and his mentality (though he was very humble and pleasant).

We shifted the office to his office and all the furniture was setup in about a month. New articles were hired and all was going good.

There were senior articles at this office. I have not worked under any article before this. And one of the senior articles was literally ordering like a boss. I didn’t like that. It was frustrating. 🙁

Another big sin happened was a sudden change in the behaviour of my young principal. He became so much annoying and started making me look like a fool.

I don’t know the reason but he was suddenly changed from a young dynamic leader to an old orthodox boss. I was getting more and more frustrated.

Apart from that, he would pay stipend after two three months. Whenever I asked him for a stipend, he would say, I will give you in some time and he purposefully delayed it for 2 to 3 months.

There were departments made after shifting to new office and I was still working for that young CA. I was the most experienced in my department.

After six months of working with him, I and my friend both asked for a transfer. He was annoyed as we were experienced and the new articles can’t match up with our skills.

More irritated was the senior partner because we were transferring after having taken transfer earlier.

My principal was not willing to give transfer but at last we moved on to the new office where I am currently working.

I am learning many new things here and I am very much happy with the transfers I have taken.

I don’t regret the days of my articleship which were bad because that is also a kind of experience you should have in life and luckily I got it very early which will save my future ahead.

Currently I am at a new firm in Surat and working peacefully on project financing and subsidy work.

As per my experience you should definitely take at least one transfer from a place and if not satisfied like me you should go for another transfer as I have taken in the whole articleship period.

That will save your career and your life.

At the end…

I want to end up with a simple quote for people like you and me who do not have businesses setup by Godfathers or who want to make something on their own.

It is somewhat opposite to what you hear daily.

“If you want to be more successful than your father, don’t follow him, instead learn from his mistakes.”

This is what I have done and I am earning more than an average individual at this age.

 

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Rishit Shah

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124 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Sagar Jogani says:

    Hey Rishit, I read your whole article. Its really good. I can say you can also be a good writer alongwith a good CA.. Keep it Up man..

  2. B V S Rao says:

    Dear Rishit
    I have gone through your article. Interesting it was at this very early age. Wish you a grand success in your forth coming grand finale.

  3. Colin says:

    Hi,….
    Read your Article and got to say the same as everyone did…Good going , keep it up and All The Best for your Grand Finale. I also want to Thank you for sharing your knowledge and Experience ….Appreciate it.! I will need loads of your help in Tally.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Thanks for your appreciation Colin and thank you very much for wishing me!
      Yep, I’m ready to help you out. 🙂

  4. BIJENDER CHOUDHARY says:

    Awesome Rishit. Keep it up. I always remember Vivekananda’s words “A man is a learning animal and learn till his last” Journey of Learn is endless.
    I was a teacher in school as sports teacher because I was an athlete and participate in & national level competitions. I love sports so chooses to become the sports teacher but unfortunately because of politics. I had to resign could not get the job in teaching but I did not give up because of my Commerce and Taxation background, I started work in the field of taxation. Now I am popular in this field because of my created Auto tax calculator. CA and CA students have appreciate my creation.
    I am very impressed by your service and hope because of you I will also learn and expert in tally also
    As you are doing a noble cause. I salute you. If you required any help in any practical topic I will be happy to serve you.
    My creations are available at http://www.taxationseva.com

    • Rishit Shah says:

      I admire your spirit Bijender Sir! Hats off!
      I am highly inspired by you today. You are a true example of “Always stand up and get going”.

      I checked your website and I will surely contact you if I require any help.
      Your forms and calculators will help thousands of people to save time.

      Thank you very much for saluting me. I highly appreciate it.

  5. neha says:

    i have suscribed ur tally classes ,but from where to start dear….
    i m a science students ,know nothing about tally ,but want to learn it to help my uncle out in this digitalize society. waitinfg for reply dear

  6. MD says:

    Hi Rishit,
    Your article is very interesting. its really appreciated. All the best for your finale and for your future. i m working as an accountant in construction line i hope that whenever i require you help me.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Thanks for your wishes, MD!
      I am happy that you liked it.

      I am ready to help you! Please let me know when you require any help.

  7. shreyans says:

    brother i have been looking for some good articleship in surat in the field of finance. tell me about the real scope in financing field if you start from the crack. also if you can tell me about your last firm for articleship and also some reviews if you dont mind. thankss

  8. khushbu says:

    HI Rishit, I read your article that’s great. I am sharing my Articleship experience in 2 years 9month,ns still going on..Articleship period will be horriable experience of my life as i never expected.. Till completion of my Articleship i would not be able to file a single return of an individual….I am waiting for completion of rest 2 months…

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Khushbu!
      Do not take this experience in a negative way.

      You surely have learnt many new things in your 2 years and 9 months articleship.
      You might not have learnt what you actually wanted to.

      But if I were at you, I would be grateful, that the worst thing happened at this early stage of my life.
      Just think about people who are facing challenges like your articleship daily in their jobs and they have no other choice.

      And one more thing, I would make sure this kind of thing would never happen again.

  9. Adesh Jain says:

    Hi Rishit, I read your whole article that’s great. After that what i say an inspirational story that inspired me. Hats off to you buddy!! nd all the best for ur grand finale result. Thanks once again nd how old r u man??

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Adesh!
      I’m happy that you are inspired by my story.
      I have never said that, but since you are the first who asked my age; I’m 21!

  10. Syed says:

    Hi Rishit,
    I read your article and also the comments from others & I feel great.
    Actually I am a Science & IT guy working as Administrator.
    My boss has telling to learn & do all the entries in tally which at present our CA is doing. And I have a average knowledge about account coz I am handling all the accounts with the help of my CA.
    Please suggest me shall I learn the tally very efficiently.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Syed!
      I am an Accounts guy, but I had setup this website on my own.
      Everything you see on TallySchool is done by me.

      So it doesn’t matter who you are. What matters is what you want to be.
      If you like accounts you can learn Tally efficiently. I like technology and I learn it very efficiently.

  11. Rajan Sanjeev (RaSa) says:

    Hi Rishit Shah My dear elder brother ,
    I am very happy to meet to like younger brother , and pray for you to God that He gives you more blessing what your purpose in life to do and also He helps in every moments of life . Brother I want to also learn Tally from your site and I will happy to learn because you are my elder brother . So help me to learn Tally from A to Z.
    Thanking you a lot !

  12. STANLEY says:

    H i Rishit! Nice touching story of your life. God bless you brother. I am keen to learn Tally as I am a Finance guy, reason for learning is get back to the basics and see myself up the ladder again. Hope to learn alot with your help.

  13. Kreeti says:

    hi Rishit shah …
    m proud of u dear …so gud work u r doing …giving knowledge to others abut tally ….i had also seen many institution…just for earning they running their institute….bt u guiding and giving a proper knowledge of tally in a easy way ….
    I waana to tell u dat ,m a ARTS students …nd a tutors …i hve zero knowledge of tally ,but want to learn it …can I…?

  14. Indu says:

    Hiee.. Rishit bhaiya.. its so stirring read your life path.. and fascinating to know abt ur 12th result.. and more bhaiya i have become a fan for the quotes.. which u make in between.. for example: “detailing is a key to success”… its so delightful.. and ur ca final was on may 2015.. thn by ths tym nov 2016.. u could have completed ur ca.. became a charted accountant.. all the very best and congrats for ur life n success..

  15. Vijay says:

    Great Work Rishit dude!! Thumbs Up to U !! I had Done BAF (B.Com/Bachelor in Accounts n Finance) despite all the Family issues n Also due to my Will-Power. Thanx a lot for sharing ur inspiring Story n knowledge about Tally. I’m from Mumbai n also I’m a Fresher. Bro, I needed “Perfect Guidance” from u b’coz in the family, Only I’m from “Commerce background” n there is “No one to guide me Perfectly”. Recently, I had gone for HDFC Bank Placement Agency but they “Rejected me” b’coz i’m a fresher n they need “Experienced Accountant” in their bank. What r the Options available for me in “Accounts n Finance field”?? Plz help me.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Thank you Vijay for your appreciation.

      You can start with a small business as accountant to get experience.
      What you can do is go to small businesses and tell them to give accountancy services.

      This will get you required experience and then you can go ahead with HDFC.

  16. humi says:

    hi rishit shah
    i hd read ur article its very inspiring to others.u r great man.
    i want to learn tally from u.Iam working in some company as a accounted but iam not using tally,i hv maintain accounts in exel.so please can you help me with some important tips and i want to become expert in tally with you and i also saw in ur article that u r the CA student,please i also want some knowledge about taxes from your tally school .pleasssssseeeeeeeeee can you help me which tax is applied in which situations and on which sections for ex. education cess

  17. Alen says:

    If i’m a member of CHITTY. then How to pass CHITTY FUND entries on tally? Is that coming under investment or loans? Will it affects my capital or not? How to show if CHITTY FUND gots and how about to show the my weekly payment entries on tally? Please help….

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Alen!

      If you are taking money as investment, it will come under investment and if you take it under loans, it will come under loans.

      Yes, it will increase your capital in either case.

      For payment, you can pass a simple entry in the payment voucher.

  18. varshi says:

    Hello,
    I have a foreign currency A/c(euro), when i check it in cash/bank summary, i will add a column which shows that currency value. The problem which i have is, when there is change in currency i couldn’t change it accordingly. Its like I can enter only one rate, where i can’t guess whether there is gain or loss. I couldn’t tally both bank statement and book value since there is change in currency rate. what should i do, is there any solution to change currency rate only for that period, without changing the previous transactions?

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Varshi!

      Currently there is nothing like that in Tally.
      Change in rate will change all the transactions associated with it.

      In Tally, while passing entries, you would have an option to enter the exchange rate every time you enter the voucher.
      This may solve your problem.

  19. ANL Madhavann says:

    Dear Rishit Shah,
    I am aged 57 yrs and being a CA since 1986, I am trying to learn Tally only now (may be late than NEVER). Your profile and present expertise on Tally has motivated me my dear. I have been in Gujarat to be precise in Ahmedabad for establishing Apollo Hospitals with whom I have spent more than 12 yrs and hence became an EXPERT in Hospital Management in all its facets-be it Operations (I meant Business Operations of Hospitals), Finance, Secretarial, Funding, Treasury, Forex, M & A etc., etc., We have been trained only on HMS (Hospital Mgmt Systems) in-house IT product having a consolidation of all hospitals of all over the world. Your Tally demo has immensely impressed me. Hope this day ie., 7th March, 2017 when I am writing this you are a full-fledged CA; even otherwise you would do more to the CA Society at Large than many CA s would contribute. In fact it would be my pleasure to be in touch with you thro my email :alavur@gmail.com and mobile:removed. Send in your mobile so as to be in connect thro Whatsapp which is another innovative model. All the best Rishid Shah and business would be in your blood…dont worry. Thanks

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hello, Sir!

      Thank you so much for your kind words.
      I am feeling honoured to having motivated you.

      Business is in my every cell. 🙂

      I have added your number and messaged you.

  20. Vivek says:

    Hi Rishit,
    Came across your online classes. You are a awesome tutor. Keep it up and you will definitely succeed. I am not a commerce student but want to learn accounting in a very structured manner. I have gone through your 3 basic accounting classes online and would like to go to the next level. Are you game to teach me online? Even if it is on payment basis. Please let me know.

  21. Karishma Jain says:

    Hi Rishit,
    Just now i came accross with your online tally classes. i really want to learn tally as without this there is no future in accounts.. I want that you teach me tally so that i can build my future to in a good field.
    waiting for your reply. Hope you will help me in this.
    Thank you!!

  22. Nagabhushan says:

    Hi Rishith Shah
    I requested you to provide accounting videos but no replay yet. I have already subscribed your tally school youtube channel

  23. suma says:

    im suma . i live in gulbarga karnataka .. im a BE Student completed engineering in 2014 ..but my parents did nt allowed me to go out ex banglore pune like cities .gulbarga is not not big city here there is no mnc companay ..thats y i want learn tally tally i can work here only … wat to do yar y parents like dis only ..y they dnt understand what is there childerns taste ? really im frustated with my life ..

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Suma!

      Parents think about our well being.
      But they can be wrong too.

      So, take your life in your own hands and do whatever the hell you want to do.
      Be brave and go for an engineering job, if you like that.

      If you will learn Tally for the sake of your parents, your life will be hell, if you don’t like Tally.
      I am reducing my own revenue here, but please do not do anything that you don’t like.

  24. Azmath Baig says:

    hi rishit,

    u r doing good keep it up. good job. any how i have a concern related. could u please help me in this.

    your, utmost concerned reply on advice would be very truely appreciated.

    i m a graduate in commerce with bacelors degree,due hefty livelyhood i got nowhere,
    would neede an advice how cop up the coming future.

    i hav an average in my percentage level and 10 years of gap in continuing studies.
    coz i wusz doing jobs @ differrent roles except being in the feild of commerce and accounting.

    kindly draw me a map or a way saying that how to move on further in career as a coommerce graduate.

    your concern wud be more appreciated for me as it wud be life changing advice for me and i mean it.

    so kindly help me out further.

    your reply wud be awaited eagerly

    thanks and regards
    azmath ali baig

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Azmath!

      Don’t worry about the future. Worrying is a waste of time.

      Let me tell you the reality of the job market.

      Someone would only hire if you can show that you can add much more value to the company in comparison to your salary.

      For example, if you want ₹25,000 salary, you must add at least ₹50,000 of value top the company.

      Secondly, what you want to do further in life? You have not mentioned that.
      As a commerce graduate, you can do many things. What you want to do?

      I have emailed you my number. Please give a message.

  25. Raviraja says:

    Hi boss I am also interested to work as an accountant I have done my Bcom in 2007 and worked as accounts assistant for 3 years from 2008 to 2011 and left job..this 3 year I changed 3 company’s for no job satisfaction..after that i was doing private finance with friend but he cheated me and now he is not ready to give back my 5 lack money(life is too much of frustration)
    But now I have to work for my lively wood but there is a gap of 6 years I don’t know how to patch up my resume..I decided to join for accountant course in Bangalore.will it help me to bring back my career in accounting? If there any advice from your side I will be very happy to hear
    Thanks and regards
    Raviraja

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Raviraja!

      You already have 3 years of experience working as an accountant so why do you need once again to do an accounting course.

      You can tell your employer the reality. Do not ever lie.
      If the employer is good, he or she will understand.

      Lastly, you have changed 3 companies in 3 years. This may not sound good to the future employer and so he will ask you for valid reasons.

      Give proper and valid reasons and do not say anything bad about the companies you have worked with in your past.

  26. Jagdesh says:

    Dear Rishit,

    i went through your blog, and i red your ABOUT ME section, until now i was imaging you as an aged and experienced blog writer, but i l surprised really, you are very young. I appreciate the way you are thinking and helping everybody. You are definitely doing a great job.
    Hope to be in touch with you.
    We are more than agreed to learn something from you.

    Thanks

  27. Abhishek Sarkar says:

    Hi Rishit, I went through your story & I am quite impressed with your writing skills and your perseverance in your struggle. I have already registered for your tally course. I was a C.A. student myself but had to pause due to economic instability in my family and got a job. After two years of private job life, I’ve earned enough to study on my own and resumed my student life. But it’s a little difficult to resume to studies, specially the C.A. studies and has it’s challenges. But I never gave up on myself and hope I will be able to continue. So just need some advice from you, I was thinking of doing the ATC course before going on towards the Group-2 and then articleship(yes I opted for Group 1 & 2 individually… I was a fool), can you advice me on this please? Is the ATC worth doing or should I consider CA after it? Will look forward for your reply. Take care brother 🙂
    Regards from Kolkata…

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Abhishek!
      I didn’t do ATC because it is meant for the people who may not become CA.

      If you are unsure about becoming a CA, maybe ATC will be good for your resume but in reality, I have not heard anyone that has got any advantage from ATC.

  28. Vivek Vatve says:

    Sir,
    One of my relative wants to learn TALLY. Though he knew something in that, he is not in a position to learn by attending the outside course. So, when he asked me about I told him that there are many websites which can teach online. He don’t know about this. So, I told him that I will find out some site and will tell you. So, while searching I got at yours website. I read that online teaching possible and that’s with uptodate knowledge and what more it is absolutely free. So, I have seen the ABOUT ME content as I was eager to know about yourself. So, Just now I read about you and I am happy that you are having a helping nature, which is slowly disappearing. Nowadays Everybody wants to do something for himself only. So, I liked your best attitude and your long learning journey in this tally field. So, now I will recommend my that particular relative about your site. I am sure he will LOGIN to your site. Just a hint – His name is Sandeep, and he is from GOA State.
    Have a prosperative growth ahead. Bye,
    -Vivek Vatve
    vrvatve@rediffmail.com

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Vivek!

      Thank you so much for referring TallySchool to your relative. I am very honoured that you find TallySchool a good site to learn Tally with the updated knowledge.

      I looking forward to helping Sandeep in Tally.

      Now a days, it has become more difficult to survive and that is the reason, most people are not in a position to help even though they want to. 🙂

  29. Devendra Reddy says:

    When i was in under pressure after completed my B.com , i don’t know tally, i was from till 12standard not in English medium, i don’t know English fluently, main problem is Tally course, i completed my b.com, now im looking to go classes for tally, i went few classes, i don’t believe the coaching center teaching is good. after i will found in online tally school.com by Rishit Shah, i watched all free Tally course videos in tally school, now fully confident for tally, its not a difficult course, its very easy to learn from Tally school.com. Really Thanks to my master Rishit Shah, for giving best Tally Knowledge for Free, Once again Thanks a lot sir.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Devendra!

      I am not your master. I am trying to help people as much as possible.
      Thank you so much for your kind words.
      I am sure you will be able to learn Tally in a good way that will help you in your life.

  30. dhiraj says:

    hi sirji
    my name is dhiraj
    i have complited my m.com
    i have just started job in CA Office….
    plz suggest me sir for my next plan and about my accounting carrier

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Dhiraj!

      Learn as much as you can in your office and ask questions no matter how stupid they seem to you because that is the best way of learning.
      Do your best work and be honest. That’s all! 🙂

  31. Aarti sahu says:

    Hey Rishit sir ,
    Your article is very interesting. its really appreciated . I read your whole article .I am highly inspired by you today, I also want to Thank you for sharing your knowledge , Wish you a grand success in your future ..I will need loads of your help in Tally. I am very impressed by your service and hope because of you I will also learn and expert in tally also.
    Thankyou

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Arti!

      Thank you so much for your good words and wishes. These kind of comments motivate me to work harder.

      I am here to create experts on Tally just like me. I will more than happy to help you out and see you as a Tally expert one day.

  32. Aarti sahu says:

    Good afternoon Rishit Sir , Thankyou very much for your reply , i am doing job in flight agency nowadays n i really want to learn tally as without this there is no future in accounts.. I want that you teach me tally so that i can build my future to in a good field. now i have accoss to free tally course in online .with the help of tally school .
    Thankyou once again for your help….

  33. pradeep kumar says:

    At the age of 59 I am interested to learn TALLY. I am having commerce background.
    How will it help me in earning some extra income by making use of this course

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hello, Sir!

      First of all, hats off to you that you are eager to learn at this age when most of the people are already retired or retire.

      You can do simple basic accounting by learning this course and then you can do work of preparing accounts of various people. That way you can earn some extra income.

  34. Naini says:

    Hi Rishit,
    Thank you very much for creating this page and sharing your knowledge with us. I am a college student of commerce, and I had always wanted to learn Tally , but could not find any valid source (I am glad I found TallySchool).
    Also, as I have just started reading your page, I wanted to ask, will I require Tally installed in my PC while I learn? Maybe for practical work? Or will i be able to manage it with only theory?

    Thankyou! 🙂

  35. Gargi says:

    Hi Rishit,
    Myself Gargi..after reading your story am very much impressed.
    As you told you want to work in Big4 I was working in Deloitte for 2 years in US Taxation and I didn’t feel like my career is growing in the right direction where I want it to be.
    hence I resigned and now working in a construction firm as an accountant where I have the chnace to do all the entries and getting more about Tally..So I was searching for online courses for Tally as i have not much knowledge about tally and came across your tally school. Noa am watching each video of your daily and working accordingly.
    I fell good about myself now and even my collegues are thinking am very much experianced in Tally…
    Thanks to you and please help me when i come across any doubt.
    And in my experience i always feel it is always better to strat your carieer in a small firm where you have chance to learn everything and then move on…Money and high salary and high brand name will not always bring job satisfaction..

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Gargi!

      Thank you so much for writing this long post.
      I am really happy that you are learning Tally very easily with TallySchool.

      All the best for your future.

  36. Dinesh Dangade says:

    Hi, Rishit
    Firstly i would like to say thank you so much for this wonderful site
    i am dinesh a CA finalist student.
    i want to free auto SMS system in tally for sending SMS to customers and suppliers
    so can you help me?

  37. A.K. says:

    Hi Mr. Shah ,
    Thank you very much for creating this site.So i am doing B.com (H) from SOL DU (correspondence) and i’m thinking taking admission in CA and i want to what should i do to clear Foundation (used to be CPT before)
    paper without coaching. I’m from science side and if i get passed i’ll be in 2nd year of my degree.
    Thanks in advance.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, A.K.!

      Foundation is more difficult that CPT because now you have to write full papers instead MCQs which were in CPT.
      I suggest, you go through the books just to get the feel.

      If you are finding it extremely difficult, join the coaching or else, you can learn yourself. Books are provided by the ICAI once you register for it.

  38. Shraddha Singh says:

    Hey Rishit,
    Glad to know your journey. I’m Shraddha Singh from U.P., done b.com from finance and because of marks below 55% I took a step to do CA FOUNDATION but failed. Now I don’t want to continue my study due to lack of money and for a job I need to know computer accounting and tally, I’ll be grateful if you’ll help me regarding my problem. It’s just that I wanted to take stand for my family and future.
    Please do me help.
    Thanks

  39. lakhi k Kukreja says:

    Hi
    I want to understand and use COST CENTRES and COST CATEGORIES.
    How to setup. Meed to understand Ue and Effect of creating a Cost centre/ Category INDER ,,,,,,

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