Record Export Sales under GST in TallyPrime: 7 Easy Steps

Recording export sales in TallyPrime involves specific steps to ensure accurate tax information and GST compliance.

Here’s a detailed guide:

1. Configure Stock Items:

2. Create a Sales Voucher:

3. Enter Basic Information:

  • Date: Enter the sales date.
  • Party A/c Name: Select the customer’s ledger (ideally dedicated for exports).
  • Reference No.: (Optional) Include an internal reference number.

4. Add Sale Items:

  • Select the sales ledger corresponding to the exported items.
  • Enter quantities and rates, ensuring “Nil Rated” in the taxability column.

5. Set Tax Details:

  • Click Enter to access tax details.
  • Enable Enable Tax Details.
  • Nature of Transaction: Choose “Export” (or similar option).
  • Place of Supply: Select “Out of State” for interstate exports.
  • HSN/SAC codes: Add relevant codes (mandatory for some industries).
  • Taxability: Set as “Nil Rated”.
  • Provide GST details: Click this option and enter necessary export details like port of shipment, shipping bill number, etc. (if applicable).

6. Optional Configuration:

  • Some states might require specific additional details in the tax configuration window. Consult a qualified accountant for state-specific requirements.

7. Save and Print:

  • Press Ctrl+A to save the sales voucher.
  • Go to Gateway of Tally > Display > Vouchers > Sales Register.
  • Select the saved voucher and press Alt+P to print (if needed).

Additional Notes while Recording Export Sales under GST in TallyPrime:

  • Maintain proper documentation, including invoices, shipping proofs, and state-specific declarations (if applicable).
  • Reconcile your GST returns with TallyPrime data for accuracy.

Important Tips:

  • Consult a qualified accountant for specific guidance on export procedures, tax applicability, and compliance requirements based on your state and industry.
  • Stay updated on any changes in export regulations or tax rates to avoid errors.
  • Consider setting up separate sales ledgers specifically for export transactions for easy identification and reporting.

Remember, accurate record-keeping and compliance with GST regulations are crucial for export businesses.

Seeking professional advice can help you optimize your processes and avoid potential issues in your GST filing.


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