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Anish Sir

Anish Sir

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Tuesday, 29 August 2017 10:23

Maintaining Group Company

The accounts of individual companies that belong to the same management can be consolidated to present a single financial report of the group of companies. You can view the performance of the group as a whole when required.

Creating Group Company

Group Company can be created only for those companies that have been loaded in Tally.ERP 9.

To create a group company

1.    Click F1: Select Cmp to select the required companies to be loaded. Tally.ERP 9 displays the loaded companies in Gateway of Tally screen.

2.    Click F3: Cmp Info to view the Company Info menu, and click Create Group Company. The Group Company Creation screen appears as shown below:

Note:

   Create Group Company option is available only when two or more companies are loaded.

   A constituent company can be a member of more than one group.

   A group company can also be a constituent of another group company.

3.    Select the member companies from the List of Companies menu to create the group company.

Note:

   Entering a transaction is possible only in the member companies, and not group company.

   A group company can also be a constituent of another group company.

   A group company can also be a constituent of another group company.

Altering Group Company

You can add, remove, or edit details of the member companies by altering the group company.

To alter a group company

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > click F3: Cmp Info > click Alter.

2.    Select the group company in the Group Company Alteration screen as shown below:  

Reload the company to see the changes done to the group company.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 10:20

Loading a Company

Loading company data in Tally.ERP 9 can be done automatically or manually. When creating a company, Tally.ERP 9 creates a sub-directory under its \DATA directory. The data saved here is allotted a number in serial order starting with 0001. These are the system-generated codes for the company.

Loading companies manually

To load company data manually

1.    Open the Tally.ini file which is located in the Tally folder.

2.    Set Default Companies to No, or insert two semi-colons before Load = 00001 (this number may vary).

3.    Open Tally.ERP 9.

4.    Click Select Company.

5.    Select the company to load from the List of Companies.

6.    Press Enter to select the company.

Loading companies automatically

To load company data on starting Tally.ERP 9

1.    Open the Tally.ini file located in the Tally folder.

2.    Set Default Companies to Yes.

3.    Specify the company to be loaded automatically, for example, Load = 00001. The company is loaded automatically when you open the application.

You can also configure settings in F12:General Configurations to load companies automatically. For more details see Data Configuration.

Loading multiple companies

To load multiple companies data

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > F1: Select Company.

2.    Select the company to be loaded.

Note: Companies with the same name cannot be loaded at the same time. Close the selected company to load another with the same name.

Using Tally.Server 9

If your business uses Tally.Server 9 to maintain data:

1.    Click S: Server Data Loc.

Note: If the administrator has enabled Security Access, users need to provide the authorised Tally.NET credentials in order to access the Server List.

2.    The List of Tally.Server Data Locations is displayed. Select the required location. The companies available on the selected Tally.Server is displayed.

3.    Select the company to be loaded.

If two or more companies are loaded, click the company which you want to work on. The selected company will be highlighted, and will appear on top of the list.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 09:29

TALLY LEDGER & GROUP LIST

Accounts Name

Groups

Accrued Income

Current Assets

Accrued Rent/ Accrued Income

Current Assets

Advertisement Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Advertisement Payable

Current Liabilities

Air Conditioner

Fixed Assets

Apprentice Premium

Direct Incomes

Audit Fees

Indirect Expenses

Bad Debts

Indirect Expenses

Bad Debts Received

Indirect Incomes

Bad Debts Reserve (last year balance)

Indirect Incomes

Bank

Bank Account

Bank Balance

Bank Account

Bank Charges

Indirect Expenses

Bank Commission

Indirect Expenses

Bank Loan

Loans & Liabilities

Bank Overdraft

Bank OD

Bills Payable

Current Liabilities

Bills Receivable

Current Assets

Bombay Branch

Branch & Division

Bonds

Current Assets

Building

Fixed Assets

Capital

Capital Account

Car

Fixed Assets

Car Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Car Repair

Indirect Expenses

Carriage

Direct Expenses

Carriage on Sales

Indirect Expenses

Cash

Cash in Hand

Cash at Bank

Bank Account

Closing Stock

Stock in Hand

Coal & Fuel

Direct Expenses

Coal, Gas & Water of Factory

Direct Expenses

Coffee Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Coke Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Commission (Cr.) / Commission Received

Indirect Incomes

Commission (Dr.)

Indirect Expenses

Computer

Fixed Assets

Consignment Stock

Current Assets

Consumed Material

Direct Expenses

Coolage

Direct Expenses

Creditors

Sundry Creditors

Debtors

Sundry Debtors

Deferred Expenses

Current Assets

Deferred Income

Current Liabilities

Delhi Branch

Branch & Division

Depreciation

Indirect Expenses

Depreciation Reserve

Current Liabilities

Difference in Trial Balance (Dr or Cr)

Suspense Account

Discount (Cr.) / Discount Received

Indirect Incomes

Discount (Dr) / Discount Allowed

Indirect Expenses

Donation

Indirect Expenses

Drawing

Capital Account

Electricity Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Expenses on Purchases

Direct Expenses

Expenses on Sales

Indirect Expenses

Export Duty

Indirect Expenses

Factory

Fixed Assets

Factory Expenses (Lighting, Power etc.)

Direct Expenses

Factory Incomes

Direct Incomes

Farm House

Fixed Assets

FDR

Current Assets

Fire Insurance

Indirect Expenses

Fitting Charges Received

Indirect Income

Forex Gain Loss

Indirect Expenses

Freight

Direct Expenses

Freight Inward

Direct Expenses

Freight on Purchase (Freight Inward)

Direct Expenses

Freight on Sale (Freight Outward)

Indirect Expenses

Freight Outward

Indirect Expenses

Fuel & Power of Factory

Direct Expenses

Furniture & Fitting

Fixed Assets

Furniture & Fixture

Fixed Assets

Gas and Water

Direct Expenses

General Expenses

Indirect Expenses

General Reserve

Current Liabilities

Godown Rent

Indirect Expenses

Goods Sent on Consignment

Sales Account

Goodwill

Fixed Assets

Horse & Carts

Fixed Assets

House Rent

Capital Account

Hundi (Assets)

Current Assets

Hundi (Liability)

Current Liabilities

Import Duty

Direct Expenses

Income From Repair

Indirect Incomes

Income on Assets

Indirect Incomes

Income on Investments

Indirect Incomes

Income Tax

Capital Account

Input VAT 4%, 12.5%

Duties & Taxes

Insurance

Indirect Expenses

Insurance Claim

Indirect Incomes

Insurance Company

Sundry Debtors

Interest (Dr.)

Indirect Expenses

Interest on Capital

Indirect Expenses

Interest on Drawing

Indirect Incomes

Interest on Loan

Indirect Expenses

Interest Received (Cr.)

Indirect Incomes

Invest in Govt. Bond

Investment

Investment

Investment

Labour Charges

Indirect Expenses

Land & Building

Fixed Assets

Lease Hold Building

Fixed Assets

Legal Expenses

Indirect Expenses

LIC Premium (Dr)

Capital Account

LIC Refund (Cr)

Capital Account

Life Insurance

Capital Account

Loan on Mortgage, Loans

Loans & Liabilities

Loose Tools

Fixed Assets

Loss By Damage

Indirect Expenses

Loss by Fire

Indirect Expenses

Loss in Transit

Indirect Expenses

Loss on Assets

Indirect Expenses

Loss on Joint Venture

Indirect Expenses

Machine & Tools

Fixed Assets

Machine Repair

Indirect Expenses

Manager’s Commission

Indirect Expenses

Manufacturing Expenses

Direct Expenses

Master Plus

Investment

Miscellaneous Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Miscellaneous Income

Indirect Incomes

Motor Cycle

Fixed Assets

Motor Cycle Repair

Indirect Expenses

Mutual Fund

Investment

Octroi

Direct Expenses

Office Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Oil

Direct Expenses

Opening Stock

Stock in Hand

Output VAT 4%, 12.5%

Duties & Taxes

Outstanding Expenses

Current Liabilities

Packing Exp.

Indirect Expenses

Pan and Tea Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Personal Expenses

Capital Account

Petrol Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Plant & Machine

Fixed Assets

Postage & Telegram

Indirect Expenses

Power & Fuel

Direct Expenses

Prepaid Expenses

Current Assets

Printing & Advertisement

Indirect Expenses

Printing & Stationery

Indirect Expenses

Printing, Papers & Advertisement

Indirect Expenses

Production Wages

Direct Expenses

Profit on Consignment

Indirect Incomes

Profit on Jointventure

Indirect Incomes

Provision for Bad Debts

Indirect Expenses

Provision for Discount on Creditors

Indirect Incomes

Provision for Discount on Debtors

Indirect Expenses

Provision for Office Expenses

Current Liabilities

Purchase

Purchase Account

Purchase of New Land

Fixed Assets

Purchase of Raw Material

Purchase Account

Purchase Return

Purchase Account

Purchase UP/ Ex-UP

Purchase Account

Railway Authority

Sundry Debtors

Rates & Taxes

Indirect Expenses

Refreshment Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Refrigerator

Fixed Assets

Rent

Indirect Expenses

Rent & Tax

Indirect Expenses

Rent on Purchase

Direct Expenses

Rent Payable

Current Liabilities

Rent Received

Indirect Incomes

Repair & Renovation

Indirect Expenses

Repairing Charges Received

Indirect Incomes

Return Inward

Sales Account

Return Outward

Purchase Account

Salary

Indirect Expenses

Salary & Wages

Indirect Expenses

Salary Payable

Current Liabilities

Sales

Sales Account

Sales Return

Sales Account

Sales UP/ Sales Ex-UP

Sales Account

Scooter

Fixed Assets

Shares / Bonds

Investments

Shop

Fixed Assets

Shop Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Shop Rent

Indirect Expenses

Showroom / Shop

Fixed Assets

Showroom Repair

Indirect Expenses

Stable Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Stamp & Postage

Indirect Expenses

Stationery

Indirect Expenses

Stock (1st April and 31st March)

Stock in Hand

Stock of Material

Current Assets

Sundry Creditors

Sundry Creditors

Sundry Debtors

Sundry Debtors

Tea Exp. Payable

Current Liabilities

Tea or Coffee Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Telephone Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Telephone Securities

Indirect Expenses

Trade Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Train Freight & Rent

Direct Expenses

Travelling Expenses

Indirect Expenses

Typewriter

Fixed Assets

Unearned Income

Current Liabilities

UPTT

Duties & Taxes

VAT Payable

Current Liabilities

Vehicle Repair

Indirect Expenses

Wages

Direct Expenses

Wages on Production

Direct Expenses

Monday, 28 August 2017 10:00

I'm trying + (verb)

'I am trying' informs someone that you are attempting to accomplish something using bodily, mental, or spiritual strength. By adding a verb to 'I'm trying' you are pointing out exactly what it is you are attempting to do.

Here are some examples:

"I'm trying to get a job."
"I'm trying to call my family."
"I'm trying to enjoy my dinner."
"I'm trying to educate myself."
"I'm trying to explain myself."
"I'm trying new food."
"I'm trying to eat healthy."
"I'm trying to understand."

You may also hear the word 'trying' used to express a way someone is feeling. In this manner, it expresses strain or distress.

Here are some examples:

"Learning new things can be trying on you."
"That marathon was very trying on me."

Monday, 28 August 2017 09:59

I'm getting

When combining the words 'I am' and 'getting' you are telling someone 'you' are gaining possession, being affected by or have plans to seek out and obtain a particular thing.

Here are some examples:

"I'm getting better."("मेरी हालत बेहतर हो रही है।")
"I'm getting ready for bed."("मैं बिस्तर पर जाने के लिए तैयार हूं।")

"I'm getting a tooth ache."("मेरे एक दांत में दर्द हो रहा है।")
"I'm getting a cold."("मुझे सर्दी हो रही है।")
"I'm getting married."("मैं विवाह कर रहा हूँ।")

"I'm getting tired."("मुझे थकान हो रही है।")

"I'm getting good at reading."("मैं पढ़ाई में सुधार कर रहा हूं।")

"I'm getting a new car."("मुझे एक नई कार मिल रही है।")
"I'm getting a job."("मुझे नौकरी मिल रही है।"
"I'm getting a puppy."("मुझे एक पिल्ला मिल रहा है।")

Monday, 28 August 2017 09:58

I'm + (verb)

'I'm' is a contraction of the words 'I am.' By adding a verb to 'I'm' this lets you express an action or occurrence about yourself.

Here are some examples:

"I'm eating lunch."("मैं दोपहर का भोजन खा रहा हूं।")

"I'm brushing my teeth."("मैं अपने दांत साफ़ कर रहा हूँ।")

"I'm scared."("मुझे डर लग रहा है।")

"I'm driving to work."("मैं काम करने के लिए गाड़ी चला रहा हूँ।")
"I'm crying."("मैं रो रहा हूँ।")

"I'm typing an email."("मैं एक ईमेल टाइप कर रहा हूँ।")
"I'm cooking dinner."("मैं रात का खाना पका रहा हूँ।")

"I'm combing my hair."("मैं अपना बाल संवार रहा हूं।")

"I'm hanging a picture."("मैंने एक तस्वीर लटकाई है।")

"I am texting."("मैं संदेश भेज रहा हूँ।")
"I am dancing."("मैं नाच रहा हूँ।")
"I am interested in the job."("मेरी काम में दिलचस्पी है।")

"I am exercising."("मैं व्यायाम कर रहा हूं।")
"I am sad."("मैं दुखी हूँ।")

"I am learning."("मैं सीख रहा हूँ।")

Monday, 28 August 2017 09:49

I'm good at

Again, 'I'm' is used here as 'I am.' 'Good at' informs someone what you excel at and are comfortable doing.

Here are some examples:

"I'm good at drawing."("मैं ड्राइंग में अच्छा हूँ")

"I'm good at video games."("मैं वीडियो गेम में अच्छा हूँ।")
"I'm good at swimming."("मैं तैराकी में अच्छा हूँ।")
"I'm good at driving."("मैं ड्राइविंग में अच्छा कर रहा हूँ।")
"I'm good at reading."("मैं पढ़ने में अच्छा कर रहा हूँ।")
"I'm good at sports."("मैं खेल में अच्छा हूँ।")
"I'm good at writing."("मैं लिखने में अच्छा हूँ।")
"I'm good at math."("मैं गणित में अच्छा कर रहा हूँ।")
"I'm good at dancing."("मैं नृत्य करने में अच्छा हूँ।")
"I'm good at chess."("मैं शतरंज में अच्छा हूं।")

Monday, 28 August 2017 09:46

I'm in/at/on

Most commonly, you would use the word 'in' when entering a physical location such as a room or a building.

Here are some examples:

"I'm in the shower."("मैं शॉवर में हूं।")

"I'm in the lobby."("मैं आंगन में हूँ।")
"I'm in a car."("मैं एक कार में हूं।")
"I'm in a house."("मैं एक घर में हूं।")
"I'm in a school."("मैं एक स्कूल में हूँ।")

Using the word 'at' helps tell someone where you currently are. The difference between 'at' and 'in' is that the physical location is general.

Here are some examples:

"I'm at the grocery."("मैं किराने की दुकान पर हूं।")

"I'm at the mall."("मैं मॉल में हूँ।")

"I'm at the doctor's office."("मैं डॉक्टर के कार्यालय में हूं।")
"I'm at the park."("मैं पार्क में हूँ।")
"I'm at the airport."("मैं हवाई अड्डे पर हूं।")


However, in some cases you can use 'at' and 'in' interchangeably.

Here are some examples:

"I'm at the mall."("मैं मॉल में हूँ।")

"I'm in the mall."("मैं मॉल में हूँ।")
"I'm at the park."("मैं पार्क में हूँ।")
"I'm in the park."("मैं पार्क में हूँ।")
"I'm at the grocery."("मैं किराने की दुकान पर हूं।")
"I'm in the grocery."("मैं किराने में हूं।")

Using the word 'on' is referring to a non physical location such as your time being utilized by something else.

Here are some examples:

"I'm on the phone."("मै फ़ोन पर हूँ।")

"I'm on my computer."("मैं अपने कंप्यूटर पर हूं।")
"I'm on a bus."("मैं बस में हूँ।")

Monday, 28 August 2017 07:29

I'm

'I'm' is an abbreviation for the word 'I AM.' It is used in combination with other words to tell someone about yourself or to describe something you are doing.

Here are some examples:

"I'm so tired."("मैं बहुत थक गया हूँ।")
"I'm confused."("मैं उलझन में हूं।")
"I'm happy."("में खुश हूँ।")

"I'm twenty three years old."(मैं तेईस साल का हूँ। ")
"I'm hungry."("मुझे भूख लगी है।")

"I'm nervous."("मैं घबरा रहा हूँ।")

"I'm excited."("में उत्साहित हु।")

"I'm leaving work."("मैं काम छोड़ रहा हूं।")

"I'm thirsty."("मैं प्यासा हूँ।")
"I'm from Seattle."("मैं सीएटल से हूँ।")


You can also add descriptive words with 'I'm' such as:

"I'm extremely tired."("मैं बहुत थका हुआ हूँ।")
"I'm very happy."("मैं बहुत खुश हूँ।")
"I'm terribly hungry."("मै बहुत जय़ादा भूखा हूॅ।")

"I am super excited."("मैं बहुत उत्साहित हूँ।")

"I'm very nervous."("मैं बहुत घबराया हुआ हूँ।")

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