What Is an Accounting Voucher?

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An accounting voucher is a written instrument that confirms or witnesses (vouch) the fact that a transaction is made. It usually shows that goods has been bought or services have been rendered. It may also authorize payment, and indicate the ledger account where the transactions need to be recorded.
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contra voucher. A Contra voucher entry is a transaction involving transfer of cash between one Cash A/c to another or one. Cash A/c. to another. Bank A/c. i.e. is a transaction indicating
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This is a long solution but i think you should try it Tally provides predefined vouchers and also allows the user to define different types of vouchers as per his/her needs. E.g.
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Gift voucher is not a good options actually from tax accounting points of view. If I'm not mistaken, there are value added/ sales tax imposed on sales in Malaysia. As such, whenever
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