55 thoughts on “Memorandum and Post Dated Vouchers in Tally – Explained

  1. Mayank says:

    Hey hi rishit,
    I just want to know that how to make the P&L a/c of different current periods as once i mentioned a beginning period while creating company. How can I make a balance sheet of another period

  2. ayushi agarwal says:

    Hey rishit… Grt work done by u…ur lessons r really helping me a lot… Thnks ☺
    I wntd 2 ask DAT I wnt 2 use tally for maintaining account of a factory… So I shud use tally 9 or tally. ERP9 ???? Which 1 is more easy 2 use?

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Ayushi!

      Thanks a lot for your appreciation.
      I would suggest you using Tally.ERP 9 as it is the latest version of Tally and it has more features than Tally 9.

      Of course more easy is Tally.ERP 9.

  3. Ayushi Agarwal says:

    Hey rishit .. Thnq .. Ur tally school is really helping me a lot.
    I wnt 2 use tally for maintaining a factory account…. So all d factory expense will affect the cost of inventory… So the post dated expense wil affect d current value of inventory?? Plz explain me acc. 2 the factory use…

  4. fahim baxi says:

    hi
    i m still confused for postdated voucher u had in ur video. in that u had created exp voucher of 1st may 2015 and press post dated voucher. then u show a off exp report of 1st apr 2015 to 30 apr 2015 u told that it is not showing here. how can it show in month of apr as u made voucher of 1st may there is nothing to do with POSTDATED voucher. plz explain properly. without postdated voucher also if u make voucher on 1st may than see its report of apr month it will not show that voucher u in report in tally
    plz replyu

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Fahim!

      You are right!
      But if you create voucher as post dated, you will be able to track it in the future as shown in the video.
      If you make entry without post dated voucher for future date, you won’t be able to track it.

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Thuthiyappan!

      Post dated Vouchers are actually on specified future date (transaction should take effect on that date).
      Effective date of voucher is a date that you specify regardless whether the transaction has occurred or not.

  5. sudhaoleti says:

    do you subtract both discount received and allowed in the purchases and sales vouchers?
    does APGST TAX come under indirect expense or duties and taxes?
    do we need to subtract it from purchases and sales?

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Sudha!

      Yes, the discount received and allowed should be subtracted from Purchases and Sales.
      GST should be under Duties and Taxes.

      It does not need to be subtracted from purchases and sales as it does get added to it in the first place.

  6. Atul Yadav says:

    Hi Rishit,

    your notes and classes are really very helpful for me. u doing excellent job keep it up bro.
    i want to ask how can i identifity mistakes in tally.

  7. Vishal Aggarwal says:

    Hi Rishit,
    How we can entered a purchase voucher entry for a multiple rate of tax”s of goods in Purchase Voucher in As Invoice Mode,Can It Is Possible Or Not In tally 9..
    thanks..Please Rply Soon..

  8. Prateeksha singh says:

    Hi rishit I am better to learn tally much know about tally but I am in doubt did I tally certificate to show in the resume in the company

  9. Jayessh says:

    Rishit,
    I want to get control on Back Dated Voucher Entries, After finalizng data for GST I want lock that particular month.

    I also created a Security Level but when I set Cut-off date and Days allowed… Tally will count it from date of last entry, but it is my PDC Cheques which could I take almost 45/60/90 days before…

    please show me the solution

    Thanx in Advance

  10. Jayessh says:

    Hi Rishit,

    Thanx for reply !

    With I have resolved the problem but now when I create Security Level and set as following

    Days Allow for back dated vouchers : 20

    Disallow the following facilities
    Create/Alter : Back Dated Vouche

    Allow the following Facilities
    Display/Print: Back Dated Vouchers
    Preview: Back dated vouchers

    The Create condition work gives good result nobody is allowed to create back dated vouchers beyond permitted period but still Alter condition gives problem (as I used this scenario by taking one condition at a time)

    I want no alteration should allow but still user can open the voucher to see the details. I have to give rights to sales person to see the purchase rate details

    Please suggests me what to do

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Jayesh!
      I tried several times and I find a limited solution.

      You can out a condition to disallow create/alter vouchers. You will not be able to see the whole voucher but you will be able to see the final amount in the ledger column.

  11. Nakka Jagadeesh says:

    Hi, First of all thank you so much for your wonderful work of sharing the knowledge to others, god bless you.

    I just need a clarification from you, are the memos for expenses required if i maintain journal entries for outstanding expenses ?

    • Rishit Shah says:

      Hi, Jagadeesh!

      Memos do not affect accounts while journal entries do affect accounts.
      If you know the expenses and are sure of them, then you can create outstanding journal entries.

      But if you are not sure, memos are good.

  12. priyanshu agarwal says:

    hi rishit
    first thanks to you to deliever lesson through emails
    but i am from non commerce field so provide practise questions to clear my concept

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