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If you are registered for sales tax purposes, you must file sales and use tax returns quarterly, partly quarterly or annually with the department even if your business does not make any sales or purchases during the current reporting period.You must file your sales and use tax return before the due date. There are basically 15 Reasons for a Tax Refund which every businessmen should know.
Tally uses the latest technology to provide features in a simplified manner. It is a robust system that is easy to use.
Multilingual Business Accounting and Inventory Management Features
Multilingual Support: Tally can now be used concurrently in the language of your choice. Tally's interface is now available in Bahasa Melayu besides English and the Indic languages Hindi, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi, Telugu, Malayalam and Hinglish (colloquial)
Payroll: Payroll in Tally enables users to set up and implement simple to complex salary structures. You can align and automate payroll processes and directly integrate them with main stream accounting applications. Tally Payroll also supports configurable formats for payslip printing; flexible salary/wage, attendance, leave and overtime registers; gratuity and expat reports
FBT (Fringe benefit tax): FBT in Tally is a one time, easy to enable configuration. It supports Challan management and printing for prompt and accurate filing of tax. On entering the transactions, Tally automatically calculates the FBT and generates the reports
VAT Composition Returns: VAT Composition Returns in Tally provides fast and error-free voucher entry with complete tracking of each transaction. It supports the printing of VAT Composition Returns of any state in which VAT has been implemented. The Composition Rate of VAT is automatically recognised based upon turnover and the tax payable is calculated automatically and shown in the Return Form
Excise for Dealers: Excise for Dealers in Tally generates Excise Invoices for Traders, Tracks Purchase Invoices during sales and duty credit availed and passed on. It also maintains the Excise Stock Register and generates Quarterly Returns
TDS (Tax Deducted at Source): Tally allows you to configure TDS ledgers by specifying the Nature of Payment and Assessee Types, along with the Rate of TDS. It determines user-defined expense/payment types with user-defined rates. TDS can be deducted automatically based on pre-defined rates, once the transactions exceed the threshold limit. You can generate Challans, the Form-16A Certificate as well as the quarterly and annual returns. Tally also generates e-TDS files in NSDL compatible formats
Synchronization: Synchronization in Tally helps you transfer data between two or more locations (Example: When a Branch Office and the Head Office of a company reside in two different locations). Synchronization can be done, both ways (For Example: You can transfer the data from Branch Office to Head Office or vice-versa).
E-mail reports and documents directly from Tally
Publish reports in HTML on Web or Intranet and share them with suppliers, customers or your own staff
Direct web browsing capability from within Tally that avoids switching between programs
Exchange data with other systems using XML. Tally gives you the means to collaborate with others and share information like never before
ODBC connectivity opens up Tally. This makes Tally fields in ODBC to be compliant with programs like MS Word and MS Excel. This enables you to integrate Tally data dynamically into other ODBC systems. It even designs a form like remittance advice and imbed fields like Customer name and address, account balances and so on, in Excel/word
Tally 9 short-cut keys appear on the right-side of the tally screen. see the button names in the button bar.
Alt + 2
To Duplicate a voucher
Alt + A
To Add a voucher To Alter the column in columnar report
Alt + C
create a master at a voucher screen (if it has not been already
assigned a different function, as in reports like Balance Sheet, where
it adds a new column to the report) To access Auto Value Calculator in the amount field during voucher entry
Alt + D
To delete a voucher To delete a master To delete a column in any columnar report
Alt + E
To export the report in ASCII, HTML OR XML format
Alt + I
To insert a voucher To toggle between Item and Accounting invoice
Alt + N
To view the report in automatic columns
Alt + P
To print the report
Alt + R
To remove a line in a report
Alt + S
To bring back a line you removed using ALT + R
Alt + U
To retrieve the last line which is deleted using Alt + R
Alt + W
To view the Tally Web browser.
Alt + X
To cancel a voucher in Day Book/List of Vouchers
Alt + Y
To Register Tally
Ctrl + A
To accept a form – wherever you use this key combination, that screen or report gets accepted as it is.
Ctrl + Alt + B
To check the Company Statutory details
Ctrl + G
To select the Group
Ctrl + Alt + I
To import statutory masters
Ctrl + Q
To abandon a form – wherever you use this key combination, it quits that screen without making any changes to it.
Ctrl + R
To repeat narration in the same voucher type
Ctrl + Alt + R
Rewrite data for a Company
Open QuickBooks and go to file at the top left of the screen. Click on it. This will give you a drop down list. Choose "printer set up". This will give you a list of forms. Choose the name of the form you want to be able to print while in QuickBooks and this will take you to an area to choose your default printer. Click the arrow next to the name of the printer you want to use to print your forms and then save and close the window.
You have to link the payroll item to payroll liabilities account. The default setup links them to a general account of payroll expenses and or payroll liabilities. You have to setup individual accounts in the chart of accounts and link the related payroll item to the account. www.cpahispano.com
I would not open up the company file in 2009. Open your 2003 Quickbooks, make a backup and then restore the back up in 2009. If you do run into problems you might want to upgrade into 2006 and then to 2009. (you will need to find someone who can do this for you if you don't have a 2006 version. I can help you with that if you need it
The income is registered in the sales receipt. The money received is in an account called "undeposited funds". When you make a deposit you tranfer from undeposited funds to the bank account. See deposit help in QuickBooks