Purchase Voucher Classes are templates where you can restrict accounts to be used in entries as well as automate accounting entries for items and expenses.
You can either alter the existing Purchase Voucher Type or create a new voucher type based on the requirements.
1. Configure Purchase Voucher Class
Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounts Info. > Voucher Type >Alter > Purchase
Give a name to the class under Name of Class say Purchase Class. You can create more than one class. (Make sure that Enter Purchases in Invoice Format in F11 feature is enabled to create class). Create the Class as follows:
In Default Accounting Allocations for each Item in Invoice (except for the items specified below) section
Select the Purchase Ledger – Local Purchases. All the stock items that will be entered in the voucher using this class, except for those specified in the Default Accounting Allocations forsection, will be automatically allocated to Local Purchases. Of course, the stock item record remains as it is and can be viewed separately
Specify 100% in Percentage field
Set Override using Item Defaults to No
Default Accounting Allocations
Set the option Default Accounting Allocations for to Not Applicable (Refer to Voucher Class – Allocation of Stock Item for the usages of this option).
2. Record Purchase
Pass a Purchase entry using the created Purchase Class:
Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounting Vouchers > F9 Purchase > and select the Class
Select the Supplier Account
You will observe that the Ledger Accounts grouped under Sundry Debtors are also listed as you have not specified any condition to exclude Sundry Debtors Group. If you have specified Sundry Debtors under Exclude option, then Tally would have displayed the Ledgers excluding those Ledgers grouped under Sundry Debtors.
Please note that the Freight Ledger is automatically displayed and the user has to only specify the value.
Once you select Item B, specify the Quantity and rate, the value will be automatically calculated and the cursor will directly move to the Name of Item field instead of popping up theAccounting Allocations for screen.