Account Receivable

Billing Block

What is Billing Block? Billing Block refers to stop billing of customer from system. User will not be able to create sale invoice for customer if customer is blocked. Overview Sometime when there are…

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Bills Receivable

What is Bill Receivable? Bill receivable refers to pay clear bill while making payment and after that check the pending bill report. Overview User can clear bills while posting receipt entry by selec…

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Credit Note

What is Credit Note? A credit note or credit memo is a commercial document issued by a seller to a buyer. Credit notes act as a source document for the sales return journal. In other words the credit…

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Customer Aging

What is Customer Aging? Aging involves categorizing a company's unpaid customer invoices and credit memos by date ranges. Schedules can be customized over various time frames, although typically thes…

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Customer Clearance

What is Customer Clearance? Customer Clearance refers to settlement of accounts. Overview User can settle accounts bill to receipt. It will give a number to settlement that is called clearing number.…

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Customer Foreign Clearance

What is Customer Foreign Clearance? Customer Foreign Clearance refers to settlement of foreign customer accounts. Overview User can settle accounts bill to receipt. It will give a number to settlemen…

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Customer Ledger

What is Customer Ledger? A customer ledger is a record of all of a company's accounts receivable. A customer ledger is a specific part of a company's general ledger devoted entirely to the company's…

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Debit Note

What is Debit Note? A debit note is a commercial document issued by a buyer to a seller as a means of formally requesting a credit note. Debit note acts as the Source document to the Purchase returns…

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Document Approval

What is Document Approval? Document Approval refers to approval system of financial accounting vouchers. User can apply this on financial accounting and every document posted will go for approval and…

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Journal RCM

What is Journal RCM? As per GST, if user is purchasing goods or services from unregistered vendor or composite vendor then purchaser has to pay tax to government. That is called reverse charge. The e…

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Journal Voucher

What is Journal Voucher? The equivalent back up document for a transaction not involving the movement of money is called a journal voucher. Examples of 'non-cash' transactions to correct a coding err…

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Sale Note

What is Sale Note? A sale is a transaction between two or more parties in which the buyer receives tangible or intangible goods, services, or assets in exchange for money. In some cases, other assets…

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Sale Register

What is Sale Register? A sales register records sales and returns to all the customers of a business. This record also shows all the credits that are issued to customers who have returned their purch…

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TCS

What is TCS? TCS or Tax Collected at Source is a tax levied by the government of India. TCS is payable by the seller who collects the tax, in turn, from the buyers at the time of sale of goods. Overv…

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