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Tally 9 is the most powerful Business Accounting Software, Best for simple, Instant as well as Advanced financial MIS
Best Inventory & Statutory MIS
Simple input capabilities
Easy-to-use interface
Tally 9, designed exclusively to meet the needs of small businesses, is a fully integrated, affordable and highly reliable business accounting software.

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  • MIS in Tally 9 Management Information Systems in the most powerful business accounting software.
  • Tally 9
    • Tally 9 is the most powerful business accounting software with basic MIS
      • Best for simple, Instant as well as Advanced financial MIS
      • Best Inventory & Statutory MIS
      • Simple input capabilities
      • Easy-to-use interface
    • Tally 9, designed exclusively to meet the needs of small businesses, is a fully integrated, affordable and highly reliable business accounting software.
    சரக்கு விவரம் ਬੈਲੰਸ ਸ਼ੀਟ ഇന്‍വോയ്സ് পেরোল કાચું સરવૈયું ವೌಚರ್ అక్కౌంట్లు लाभ एवं हानि சரக்கு விவரம் ਬੈਲੰਸ ਸ਼ੀਟ ഇന്‍വോയ്സ് পেরোল કાચું સરવૈયું ವೌಚರ್ అక్కౌంట్లు लाभ एवं हानि சரக்கு விவரம் ਬੈਲੰਸ ਸ਼ੀਟ ഇന്‍വോയ്സ് পেরোল કાચું સરવૈયું ವೌಚರ್ అక్కౌంట్లు लाभ एवं हानि சரக்கு விவரம் ਬੈਲੰਸ ਸ਼ੀਟ ഇന്‍വോയ്സ് পেরোল ವೌಚರ್ అక్కౌంట్లు
  • Background
    • In today's dynamic & highly complex business scenario management needs to take a very sharp & timely decision to sustain in the competitive market for this they need a real time information of their business in a very short time.
    • Tally takes care of all required MIS in day to day business.
  • Tally 9 - Control Costs Details
    • Stock aging
    • Profitability analysis
    • Inventory management reports
    • Payment performance of debtors
    • Receivables and payable management
    Ensure on-time collections, resulting in better cash flow and savings on interest. Also generates reminder letters
  • Tally 9 - Control Costs Details
    • Stock aging
    • Profitability analysis
    • Inventory management reports
    Identify bad debtors and persistent defaulters thereby helping you manage future dealing with them
    • Payment performance of debtors
    Ensure on-time collections, resulting in better cash flow and savings on interest. Also generates reminder letters
    • Receivables and payable management
  • Tally 9 - Control Costs Details
    • Stock aging
    • Profitability analysis
    Enhances inventory management by providing accurate information; be it on stock status, item wise profitability or movement of items
    • Inventory management
    Identify bad debtors and persistent defaulters thereby helping you manage future dealing with them
    • Payment performance of debtors
    Ensure on-time collections, resulting in better cash flow and savings on interest. Also generates reminder letters
    • Receivables and payable management
  • Tally 9 - Control Costs
    • Stock aging
    Provides product-wise and invoice-wise profitability. This helps you identify products with high and low margins
    • Profitability analysis
    Enhances inventory management by providing accurate information; be it on stock status, item wise profitability or movement of items
    • Inventory management
    Identify bad debtors and persistent defaulters thereby helping you manage future dealing with them
    • Payment performance of debtors
    Ensure on-time collections, resulting in better cash flow and savings on interest. Also generates reminder letters
    • Receivables and payable management
  • Tally 9 - Control Costs Details Identify stocks based on age, helping you to dispose off old stock quickly
    • Stock aging
    Provides product-wise and invoice-wise profitability. This helps you identify products with high and low margins
    • Profitability analysis
    Enhances inventory management by providing accurate information; be it on stock status, item wise profitability or movement of items
    • Inventory management
    Identify bad debtors and persistent defaulters thereby helping you manage future dealing with them
    • Payment performance of debtors
    Ensure on-time collections, resulting in better cash flow and savings on interest. Also generates reminder letters
    • Receivables and payable management
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity Details
    • Drill down facility
    • Flexible units of measure
    • Generate quotations, orders, invoice, voucher and cheque printing
    Facilitates ledger classification and re-classifications as required. Enables easy viewing of detailed MIS reports
    • Unlimited levels of classification
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity
    • Generate quotations, orders, invoice, voucher and cheque printing
    • Flexible units of measure
    • Drill down facility
    • Unlimited levels of classification
    Helps you to drill down or instantly update from any report, starting from the balance sheet down to vouchers, or vice versa Facilitates ledger classification and re-classifications as required. Enables easy viewing of detailed MIS reports
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity
    • Flexible units of measure
    • Generate quotations, orders, invoice, voucher and cheque printing
    • Drill down facility
    • Unlimited levels of classification
    The integrated system ensures real-time linking of accounts and inventory besides enabling instantaneous generation of documents, which can be either printed or mailed directly to the recipient, thus saving time and money. Helps you to drill down or instantly update from any report, starting from the balance sheet down to vouchers, or vice versa Facilitates ledger classification and re-classifications as required. Enables easy viewing of detailed MIS reports
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity
    • Flexible units of measure
    • Generate quotations, orders, invoice, voucher and cheque printing
    • Drill down facility
    • Unlimited levels of classification
    Helps in tracking stock, even when you buy in tons and sell in kilograms or buy in crates and sell in pieces The integrated system ensures real-time linking of accounts and inventory besides enabling instantaneous generation of documents, which can be either printed or mailed directly to the recipient, thus saving time and money. Helps you to drill down or instantly update from any report, starting from the balance sheet down to vouchers, or vice versa Facilitates ledger classification and re-classifications as required. Enables easy viewing of detailed MIS reports
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity (Contd.)
    • Multiple price levels
    Helps you track stock movement, allowing you to decide which warehouse to ship from depending on stock position
    • Multi-location warehouse management
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Productivity (Contd.) Helps you track stock movement, allowing you to decide which warehouse to ship from depending on stock position
    • Multi-location warehouse management
    Allows you to pre-define item rates for specific categories of customers, enabling faster and error-free invoicing and data entry
    • Multiple price levels
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Management
    • Comparison of data with multi-columnar reports
    • Scenario & Budget management
    • Ratio analysis
    Real time comprehensive MIS reports ensure complete and critical information that will enable management to take quick and accurate decisions
    • Quick decision-making
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Management Details
    • Comparison of data with multi-columnar reports
    • Scenario & Budget management
    Presents various Ratios and Financial information thus providing insights to the health of the business and enabling critical business decision-making
    • Ratio analysis
    Real time comprehensive MIS reports ensure complete and critical information that will enable management to take quick and accurate decisions
    • Quick decision-making
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Management Details
    • Comparison of data with multi-columnar reports
    Creates multiple scenarios to forecast and view provisional reports
    • Scenario & Budget management
    Presents various Ratios and Financial information thus providing insights to the health of the business and enabling critical business decision-making
    • Ratio analysis
    Real time comprehensive MIS reports ensure complete and critical information that will enable management to take quick and accurate decisions
    • Quick decision-making
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Management View reports in multiple columns based on various attributes – companies, warehouses, cost centers, financial periods…
    • Comparison of data with multi-columnar reports
    Creates multiple scenarios to forecast and view provisional reports
    • Scenario & Budget management
    Presents various Ratios and Financial information thus providing insights to the health of the business and enabling critical business decision-making
    • Ratio analysis
    Real time comprehensive MIS reports ensure complete and critical information that will enable management to take quick and accurate decisions
    • Quick decision-making
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Business Value
    • Order Management
    • Reorder levels
    • Multiple Financial Periods
    • Multi-Currency Accounting
    Allows you to maintain your Books of Accounts in any base currency, view all reports in any desired currency, maintain Forex Loss/Gain transaction wise
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Business Value
    • Order Management
    • Reorder levels
    View and maintain multiple financial periods based on business requirements
    • Multiple Financial Periods
    Allows you to maintain your Books of Accounts in any base currency, view all reports in any desired currency, maintain Forex Loss/Gain transaction wise
    • Multi-Currency Accounting
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Business Value
    • Order Management
    Allows for User-Defined or Consumption Based Reorder Levels for any given period; helping you avoid excess stocking of items while ensuring that you don't run out of essential stock.
    • Reorder levels
    View and maintain multiple financial periods based on business requirements
    • Multiple Financial Periods
    Allows you to maintain your Books of Accounts in any base currency, view all reports in any desired currency, maintain Forex Loss/Gain transaction wise
    • Multi-Currency Accounting
  • Tally 9 – Enhanced Business Value Helps tracking of pending sales and purchase orders and provides instantaneous information on saleable stock and Nett stock.
    • Order Management
    Allows for User-Defined or Consumption Based Reorder Levels for any given period; helping you avoid excess stocking of items while ensuring that you don't run out of essential stock.
    • Reorder levels
    View and maintain multiple financial periods based on business requirements
    • Multiple Financial Periods
    Allows you to maintain your Books of Accounts in any base currency, view all reports in any desired currency, maintain Forex Loss/Gain transaction wise
    • Multi-Currency Accounting
  • Cost Centers A business, for achieving optimum cost effectiveness, assigns its controllable costs to cost centers. Any unit of the organization to which costs can be allocated is a cost centre e.g. branches, departments, projects, products, persons and so on
  • Cash Flow & Fund Flow
      • Important Financial statements recording movement of cash & funds between two balance sheet dates.
      • Cash flow records movement of cash (& bank ) between two balance sheet dates
      • Funds flow records movement of Working capital between two balance sheet dates. Basically movement of cash, bank, supplier & vendor accounts as well as stock in trade.
  • Cash Flow Cash Flow is a measure of a business financial health. Equals cash receipts minus cash payments over a given period of time through tally, a business can analyze Periodic & group wise cash flows
  • Funds Flow Fund flow depicts the working capital analysis of the company. It gives details of the movements of funds in a business, i.e. source of funds & their application. Working capital is the net difference between current assets & current liabilities
  • Interest Calculations
    • Normally interest is computed for ledgers created under sundry debtors, sundry creditors, unsecured loans, secured loans, bank OD a/c, Loans ( liability) & loans & advances (assets).
    • In Tally interest can be calculated transactions by transactions or it can be a periodic calculation on closing balances.
    • Interest can be calculated from
      • Effective date (which can be delivery date, invoice date etc.,)
      • Due date ( when the invoice becomes due as mentioned while passing the entry)
      • After grace period ( as configured in the party master)
      • Any other date mentioned at the time of passing entry (a date which may not affect ageing style as in the case of effective date)
  • Interest Calculations
    • Interest is calculated up to
      • Bill payment
      • Up to reporting date (exclusive of reporting date)
      • A date mentioned as the last date in the periodic calculation
    • The calculation can be reported from interest calculation beginning or from expiry of grace period.
    • The calculation can be effected using voucher class
      • with the option to change interest parameters in case of simple interest
      • With the option to club the bill dues along with interest in case of compounding
  • Interest Calculations
    • When Party account is not tracked bill by bill, only periodic interest calculation can be enabled.
    • When Party account is tracked bill by bill, interest calculation can be either periodic or transaction based.( a bill status is referred as transaction)
    • When transaction based interest calculation is enabled, The parameters can be fixed for all transactions or can be changed for each transaction.
    • When Party account is tracked bill by bill, the bills ageing is calculated by voucher date( effective date) or due date. The interest can be calculated , apart from the above two dates, on the following dates.
      • After the grace period
      • Any other date ( an option available if you configure to override parameters for each transaction)
  • Interest Calculations
    • The basic parameters are interest rate and style.
    • The advance parameters for periodic interest calculation are Interest balances ( all, debit, credit), period from, period to and rounding off.
    • The advance parameters for transaction based interest calculation are interest balances (all, debit, credit) , applicability of reporting, grace period, starting date considered for interest calculation and rounding off.
    • When we use advance parameters it can be changed for period and interest balances wherever applicable
  • Interest Calculations
    • Interest is calculated only for reporting purpose and not posted to ledgers.
    • It might be used for
      • Analyzing the margins , repeated sales and cost of borrowing to take financing decisions
      • Correspondence with clients for faster collections.
        • Remember income not realizable should not be accounted as income. you will end up paying tax and removal of the same from the books need lots of documentary evidence to convince management, auditors and statutory authorities
  • Interest Calculations
    • Interest Receivable so calculated can be posted in ledgers using voucher class in debit note.
    • Similarly interest payable can be posted in ledges using voucher class in credit note.
    • This is the additional configuration option available in debit / credit note apart from other configuration options available in purchase / sales voucher class.
    • The options are
      • Use class for interest calculation
      • Amounts to be treated as compound interest
  • Simple or compound calculations
    • If interest is calculated as simple interest , the interest entry can have a separate reference number.
    • The rate for the transaction can be amended if you want to override interest parameters at transaction level.
    • On the other hand, if we selected amounts to be treated as compound interest , the interest entry will have the same bill reference number and the interest parameters can’t be altered.
    • The due entry henceforth will appear for balance principal plus interest together for the bill reference
  • Exception Reports
      • Negative stock – stock item configuration
      • Negative ledger
      • Overdue receivables
      • Overdue Payables
      • Memorandum vouchers
      • Reversing Journals
      • Optional Vouchers
      • Post dated vouchers – default displays based on date of last entry
      • TDS not deducted
  • Tally 9 – Compliance
    • Simplifies every aspect of VAT
    • Tracks VAT transactions to State specific VAT classification with inbuilt rates of taxes
    • Generates VAT Computation for the desired period, along with Input
    • VAT Details, Output VAT Details and nett VAT payable amount
    • Helps you file regular VAT/Composite Returns for a given period
    • VAT
  • Tally 9 – Compliance
    • Determine user-defined Service Tax rates and applicability of these rates from a given date
    • Track input tax credit and adjust it against Service Tax collected and provide information on net payable
    • Generate half yearly, annual Returns and TR-6 Challans, at the blink of an eye-lid.
    • Service Tax
  • Tally 9 – Compliance
    • Determine user-defined expense/payment type with user-defined rates
    • Auto-deduction of TDS, based on pre-defined rates once the transaction exceeds the threshold limit
    • Generate Challans and Form-16A Certificate
    • Generate and file quarterly and annual Returns within the specified 25 day period
    • Generate e-TDS files in NSDL compatible formats.
    • TDS
  • Tally 9 – Compliance
    • Generates Excise Invoices for Traders
    • Tracks Purchase Invoices during sales and allows to pass on CENVAT Credit
    • Generates Quarterly Returns (Form 2)
    • Maintains Excise Stock Register (RG 23D).
    • Excise for Traders
  • Tally 9 – Compliance
    • Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT)
    • Tax Collection at Source (TCS)
    • Central Sales Tax (CST)
    • VAT Composition Returns
  • Data Synchronization Allows you to enter transactions, view them and print reports in any language of your choice, at the same time. Helps synchronise and update data across multiple locations or offices thus enabling fast and easy access & exchange of business information.
    • Data Synchronisation
    Allows creation and maintenance of multiple companies concurrently (up to 99,999 companies). Allows faster data entry and printing in 40 column continuous stationery. Also provides barcode Support. Enhanced payroll management with automatic calculation of salaries and pay-slip generation.
  • Group Company Reporting Details Enables grouping of companies and provides consolidated reports. Changes done in any constituent or branch company automatically update grouped information
    • Consolidation of Companies
  • Addition features to reports
    • Filters to Reports
      • Multi conditions
      • Varies from report to report
      • F12 range vs. F12 value
    • High/Low/Average Balances
    • Flexible Periods Accounting
      • No closing entries from software point of view
    • Percentage and Scale based reporting
      • Application of percentage & new number
    • New columns, auto columns w.r.t Period, currency, stock valuation, budgets & scenarios, inter company comparison and trend analysis
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  • Receivables & Payables
    • Effective & efficient management of money leads to better deployments of funds & yields count in success of every business. Tally provides instant report of accounts outstanding. It also provides complete bill-wise information of amounts receivable & payable.
    • Receivables and payables are the two key components of any company's working capital as well as its business activity. Both influence the short-term liquidity and financing of the company considerably. Effective control of these outstandings is necessary for the company to be financially sound.
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  • Payment Performance
    • Payment Performance of Debtors (Receivable Turnover in days) is the average time the customers take to actually pay their bills irrespective of the outstanding balance on the statement date. It is quite possible that the receivable turnover is low and the payment performance is high indicating that the customers cleared their outstanding, but took a long time doing it.
    • To get group level and customer level performance reports and a detailed position of debt collection, you have to drill down from the ratios. Use a customer statement that shows both the receivable turnover in days and the customer's actual payment performance.
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  • Scenarios
    • While Budgets talks about how to plan the immediate future, scenarios deals with impact of changes to the targets.
    • Scenarios can be used for preparation of budget or can produce the likely result when collated with actuals.
    • Tally allows you to create number of scenarios.
    • Scenarios can be enabled in F11
    • The scenarios are created using optional, reversal & memorandum vouchers.
    • Budgets can follow a hierarchy while scenarios are independent of each other.
    • Likely scenarios are monthly closing of accounts booking provisional expenses and income. impact of a change in the price of the product in the middle of a financial year.
  • Scenarios
    • The scenarios can be viewed in reports
    • The options available while creating scenarios are
      • Inclusion of actuals
      • Exclusion of forex gain or loss calculations
      • Exclusion of inventory tracking calculations
      • Inclusion of selective optional vouchers (of all voucher types), memorandum vouchers and reversing journals
      • Exclusion of selective optional vouchers (of all voucher types), memorandum vouchers and reversing journals
  • Budget
    • Budgets are Profit planning made by the company for the immediate future based on assumed scenario.
    • Budgets need not be fully integrated and may be of several versions and may for different periods
    • Tally allows you to prepare budgets for ledgers, groups and cost centers
    • Budgets can be created in accounts masters and can be viewed in reports
    • Budgets should be for a period
    • A group budget is created for ledger groups with in which it can further fix budgeted amount for each cost centers.
    • The type of the budget can be
      • On closing balances (more apt for balance sheet groups)
      • On Net transactions (more apt for revenue ledgers which allows you to, say view, budgeted sales for 15 days compared with actual sales for the period)
  • Budget
    • A group budget is more appropriate where we don’t know the individual ledger break up for budgeting.
    • Example sales budgeted Rs. Five crores from Bangalore but not exactly the customers ledgers can be identified.
    • A ledger wise budget is more detailed than group budget as it identifies the projected activity at ledger level.
    • Again ledger wise budget may also be identified cost center wise.
    • The budget for ledgers can be fixed on closing balances or on net transactions
    • The budgets can also be based on cost centers
    • The budget limits can be fixed for expenses, income and closing balances
  • Budget
    • Budgets can be called in reports like
      • Trial balance
      • Balance sheet
      • Profit & Loss account
      • Monthly report
      • Quarterly report
      • Budget variance is a report that can be viewed from Trial balance
    Back
  • Display Inventory Reports & Statements
    • Tally generates inventory reports based on the vouchers entered to date.  You can use the customized reports to compare inventory data between different companies, periods of the financial year, and so on
    Back
  • Aged Stock Analysis (Ageing Analysis)
    • A very important function of Working Capital management is monitoring stocks. Money locked up in stocks can adversely affect the liquidity of a company and every company strives or should strive to reduce stock levels to the optimum. Every business (except perhaps the liquor and antiques dealers) would prefer to dispose of older stocks as they might deteriorate with time, go out of fashion, or simply get forgotten. Tally's aged stock analysis or Stock ageing enables you to know the age of stocks in hand according to when they were received and the purchase value.
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  • Tally Reports Classification
    • Tally's Display of information is designed to allow a user get the maximum benefit of the data that is entered. A user gets a holistic picture of the data and is also able to present information using different options. The purpose of compiling data is to present it in comprehensible accounting reports. On entering the vouchers, Tally uses the same data and provides you with the management control reports in addition to all books and statements.
    • The display screens of Tally are dynamic and interactive. They are not spooled print files but are specially designed for the screen. Whatever you see on the screen can be printed as well depending upon your printer’s capabilities.
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  • Ratio Analysis
    • The Ratio Analysis Statement is a single sheet performance report for a selected period. It provides you with important values and key performance indicators. It is one report that top management needs to look at periodically to assess the company's financial health and where it is going in the short term
  • Ratio Analysis – Dashboard in Tally
    • Principal Groups
      • Working Capital
      • Cash & Bank
      • Bank OD
      • Sundry Debtors & Creditors
      • Sales & Purchases
      • Stock in trade
      • Net Profit
      • Working capital turnover
      • Inventory turnover
    • Principal Ratios
      • Current Ratio
      • Quick Ratio
      • Debt Equity Ratio
      • Gross Profit %
      • Net Profit %
      • Operating cost %
      • Receivable turnover in days
      • Return on investment %
      • Return on Working Capital %
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  • Group Company
    • The books of Account of different companies belonging to the same management or owners are required to be consolidated to present the financial position of the group of companies as a whole. This is mandatory in many developed countries and currently shareholders would rather know the performance of the group as a whole and not the performance of individual constituent companies.
    • Tally makes consolidation of accounts a simple task. You can consolidate the accounts of any number of companies as well as keep them separate. You also have the option of bringing the companies into the group and separating them at will.
    • The first step is to create a Group Company , which is simply a name and identity given to the merged accounts of constituent (member) companies of the group. A group company may also include other group companies
  • Group Company
    • Assume that yours is a global, trans-national organisation (or a 'group') headquartered in the UK having subsidiary companies in countries around the world. The group has different lines of business. Let's say the businesses are Thread, Fashion Retail, Home Fabrics and Accessories. You would prefer to present your group accounts in groups according to their line of businesses, which in turn are grouped accounts of the individual companies around the world
  • Group Company Back