Lesson 13-Inventory Voucher Types

Lesson 13-Inventory Voucher Types

There
are 18 different pre-defined Voucher types in Tally.ERP
9. Voucher type pertains to both Accounting and Inventory. These are used for
recording various transactions according to the user needs.

Examples
include Cash Payment Vouchers and Bank Payment vouchers where the relevant
predefined voucher is Payment Voucher. You may have two or more sets of Sales
Vouchers for different kinds of sales transactions e.g. Credit Sales, Cash
Sales, etc.
If
a voucher type is created, you can:
·        
Have the different Voucher
numbering methods.
·        
Give own prefix and suffix details
for the voucher numbering.
·        
Use the Effective
Dates for the vouchers.
·        
By default make some vouchers
optional if required.
·        
Decide to have the Common Narration or Narration for each entry
·        
Automate the printing immediately
after saving the vouchers.
·        
Get separate reports for each type
of voucher.  


Creating an Inventory
Voucher Type

Tally.ERP 9 is
pre-programmed with a variety of inventory vouchers, each designed to perform a
different job. You can alter these vouchers to suit your company, and also
create new ones.

Pre- defined voucher types:

There
are 18 pre-defined Voucher types in Tally.ERP 9. Voucher type pertains to both
Accounting and Inventory. These are used for recording various transactions
according to the user needs.
Examples
include Cash Payment Vouchers and Bank Payment vouchers where the relevant
predefined voucher is Payment Voucher. You may have two or more sets of Sales
Vouchers for different kinds of sales transactions e.g. Credit Sales, Cash
Sales, etc.
To
create a voucher type,
Go
to Gateway of Tally > Inventory info > Voucher types
> Create

Display/Alter A Predefined Voucher Type 

Selecting
these options brings up a List of Voucher Types, from which you can select the
one you want to view or work on. Apart from the heading, the Voucher Type
Display/Alter screens are identical to the Creation screen.
To
alter a voucher type,
From Gateway of Tally > Inventory info > Voucher types > Alter
Even
if you do not need extra voucher types, you would normally alter the predefined
voucher types to customize them according to your needs, e.g., to control their
numbers.

Creating
a Manufacturing Journal Voucher Type
 
In Manufacturing/Assembling
organisations, there are number of components that go into the manufacturing/
assembling of finished Goods. Once, the Bill of materials is created, you can
use Manufacturing Journal and specify the quantity of finished goods that are to
be manufactured.
To create a Manufacturing Journal
Voucher Type,
Go to Gateway of Tally >
Inventory Info > Voucher Types > Create

Name

Enter
the name of the Voucher for ex: Manufacturing Journal

Type of Voucher

Select
Stock Journal from the List of Voucher
Types

Method of Voucher Numbering

You
can select the method of voucher numbering as required.

Use Advance Configuration

Enable
the options as required.

Use a Manufacturing Journal

Set
this option to Yes. Once this option is set to Yes, you will be able to pass
the manufacturing Journal.
You
can also alter the existing Stock Journal Voucher type
and set Use as a Manufacturing Journal to Yes.
Go
to Gateway of Tally > Inventory Info > Voucher type >
Alter > Stock Journal
Note:
Once the Stock Journal is set for Use as a Stock Journal. all stock journal
vouchers will be treated as Manufacturing journals.
Inventory Voucher Class

Inventory
Voucher Classes are used to automate Inventory Allocations in transactions.
 It is a table for predefining the entries to make Invoice entry a simple
task.  This is particularly useful in Stock Journals where the transfer of
materials from one godown to another and vice versa has to be updated without
updating the books of Accounts.

Creating Stock Journal
Voucher Class

Stock
Journal classes allow you to handle transfers from one location (Godown) to
another, for companies having Multi-Location Inventory and at least two
location/Godowns. Once the class is selected, you will need to specify the
Destination and provide the list of items to be transferred. Through this class
all items/batches thus selected will be exactly mirrored to the destination,
including Batch Number, Rate and Value.
The
user can either alter the existing Stock Journal or create a new voucher type
based on the requirements.
Go
to Accounts Info > Voucher Types > alter > Stock
Journal
Enter
a name in the field  Name of Class. (Eg: Transfer)
Class: The Transfer screen is displayed. To create a class
for inter-godown transfer, set the option Use Class for
Inter-Godown Transfer to Yes.
From
Next Lesson Onwards we will teach you Enter a Voucher. (Cash, Bank, Sale, Purchase, Inventory
etc.) So Stay Tuned.
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