Rejections In voucher and Rejections Out voucher in tally are the inventory vouchers in tally.
Let me tell you that these vouchers are used for returns of goods which are defective or damaged to get the replacement of the new goods.
Rejections In voucher in tally is used for sales returns i.e. return of the goods sold but were defective.
Rejections Out voucher in tally is used for purchases returns i.e. return of the goods purchased by us but they turned out to be defective.
In short, these returns are not absolute sales or purchase returns. They are just returned so they can be replaced with new non-defective goods.
Let’s go ahead and see how you can create both the vouchers in tally with GST.
What you will learn in this post
- Rejections In Voucher in Tally with GST
- Rejections Out Voucher in Tally with GST
- Difference between Rejections In and Rejections Out Voucher in Tally
- Rejections In and Sales Return in Tally – Difference
- Difference between Rejections Out and Purchase Return in Tally
Rejections In Voucher in Tally with GST – CTRL + F6
Let’s take an example and continue.
Example – 1
You have already sold 250 t-shirts to Yashaswini but she returned you 50 t-shirts as they were defective.
Price of the t-Shirts are ₹2,000 per t-shirt and total for 50 t-shirts, it will be ₹2,000 x 50 = ₹1,00,000.
I have continued the above example from another post about cost centres in tally.
For this we will pass a rejections in voucher in tally.
- From Gateway of Tally, go to Inventory Vouchers.
- You will be in the stock journal voucher by default.
- Select Rejections In by pressing CTRL + F6 which is shortcut for rejections in voucher in tally.
- In the Ledger Account box, select Yashaswini.
- Customer’s Name and Address will be the same.
- In the Name of the Item, select T-shirt.
Tracking number will be the voucher number of your original sales voucher in tally. In my case it is 1 so I have selected that.
- In Quantity – take 50 and the price will be automatically picked up by Tally which will be the same as in the original sales voucher.
- Total amount will be ₹1,00,000 as per our example.
- Press Enter and save the entry.
Congratulations! You have successfully created a Rejections In voucher in Tally with GST.
This is one of two rejections vouchers in tally.
In the similar way, we will pass rejections out voucher in tally.
Rejections Out Voucher in Tally with GST – ALT + F6
Let’s take another example of purchases because now it will be rejections out in tally.
Example – 2
I have continued this example from the post on cost centres and categories in tally as well.
For producing t-shirts, we had purchased cotton from Yash. Purchase was of 10 bales of cotton but I have increased it to 15 bales so we can return 5 bales on cotton.
5 bales were not as per the standards and therefore are returned to Yash.
Here is how you will pass a Rejections Out voucher in tally for that.
- Go to the Inventory Vouchers from Gateway of Tally.
- Press ALT + F6 to go to the Rejections Out voucher.
- Select Yash in the Ledger Account box and the same will be in the Supplier’s Name and Address box.
Select Cotton under the Name of Item for entering the stock item in tally.
- Select the tracking number which will be voucher number of your purchase voucher in tally. In my case it is 1.
- In Quantity – enter 5 bales and the amount will be automatically picked up by tally from the purchases voucher.
- Press Enter and save the entry.
Congratulations! You have successfully created a Rejections Out voucher in Tally with GST.
This was the second rejections vouchers in tally.
Now, let’s move ahead and see some differences.
Difference between Rejections In and Rejections Out Voucher in Tally
There is only 1 difference between Rejections In and Rejections Out Voucher in tally.
Rejections In voucher is used for returning the defective products that we have sold to someone.
Rejections Out voucher is used for returning the defective products that we have purchased from someone.
IN means it is coming in and OUT means it is going out.
Other than this, both the vouchers are almost same except the background colour which is pink in the rejections in voucher and greenish blue in the rejections out voucher.
Difference between Rejections In and Sales Return in Tally
This is a very interesting and intelligent question.
If we look at rejections in voucher, it simply looks like a sales return. But it is not absolute sales return.
It is the return of the defective products or rejected products.
The name rejection means that the goods are rejected and returned. They are not totally returned.
If some goods are rejected and returned to us, we supply the new and fresh goods in return of the rejected goods.
But how do we decide that?
We have already passed a rejections in voucher in tally. Now, let’s check out stock summary and see what is there.
- Go to Stock Summary from Gateway of Tally.
- Select the stock item – t-shirt.
You will see the rejections in voucher is called as Sales Bills Pending.
The reason it is called sales bills pending means that we have to provide them the new materials or products against the rejected products.
For total sales returns or absolute sales returns, we use credit note in tally. It is used if someone just does not like the product for any reason.
With credit note, the customer can purchase anything from us in return but in rejections in, the customer has to be supplied the same goods.
Difference between Rejections Out and Purchase Return in Tally
The difference between rejections out and purchase return in tally is exactly same as we discussed above in rejections in and sales return.
The only difference is that in rejections out, we are returning the defective goods.
Meaning is same.
For absolute purchase returns in tally, we use debit note in tally. With the debit note, we can have a record of the returns that we have made.
Other than that, rejections out in tally is simply used to return the rejected goods.
If you check the stock summary of cotton about which we have passed the rejections out entry, you will see the following in the picture.
It will be written as Purchase Bills Pending.
It simply means that bills are pending to be made and that means we have to create another purchase invoice in tally, where we get new and fresh goods.
Rejection In & Out Vouchers in Tally with GST – Video
I am sure I have cleared your confusion regarding rejections in and rejections out vouchers in tally.
Also, you now know the difference between rejections in and sales return as well as rejections out and purchase returns in tally.
Rejections In and out out vouchers can also be used with orders in tally where you can track the order via delivery notes and receipt notes in tally.
Now you know when to use the rejection vouchers and when to use the debit and credit notes in tally.
Still, if you have questions, please comment down below and I will answer all of your questions.
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