Stock Transfer Analysis in TallyPrime: 6 Steps + Example

In TallyPrime, the Stock Transfer Analysis report doesn’t directly analyze transfers between godowns or branches.

However, it provides a consolidated view of stock movement categorized as “Goods In (Production)” and “Goods Out (Consumption)”.

These categories can be helpful in understanding overall stock flow within your production processes or consumption patterns.

Here’s a breakdown of the report and how it relates to stock transfers:

1. Accessing the Stock Transfer Analysis Report in TallyPrime:

  1. Go to the Gateway (Alt+F12).
  2. Navigate to Reports > Inventory Reports.
  3. Select Stock Transfer Analysis.

2. Understanding the Stock Transfer Analysis Report:

The Stock Transfer Analysis report typically includes:

  • Date: Date of the transaction affecting the stock item.
  • Voucher Type: Type of transaction (e.g., Purchase Bill, Sales Invoice, Stock Journal).
  • Voucher No.: Reference number of the transaction.
  • Goods In (Production): Quantity of stock received that might be related to production processes. This could include:
    • Raw materials transferred from the purchase account to a production godown using a Stock Journal entry.
    • Finished goods moved from a production godown to a sales godown using a Stock Journal entry.
  • Goods Out (Consumption): Quantity of stock issued that might be related to production consumption. This could include:
    • Raw materials consumed during production, recorded using a Stock Journal entry.
    • Finished goods or components used internally, recorded using a Stock Journal entry.
  • Quantity: Total quantity of stock movement (positive for Goods In, negative for Goods Out).
  • Effective Rate (Optional): Average cost or selling price per unit (depending on the transaction type). This can be helpful for analyzing the overall cost of goods moved.
  • Value (Optional): Total cost or revenue associated with the transaction (quantity multiplied by effective rate).

3. Example of Stock Transfer Analysis Report in TallyPrime:

You manage a furniture manufacturing company. The Stock Transfer Analysis report might show:

DateVoucher TypeVoucher No.Goods In (Production)Goods Out (Consumption)QuantityEffective Rate (Optional)Value (Optional)
May 10thStock JournalSTK-001100 (Wood)010020 (per unit)2,000
May 15thStock JournalSTK-002050 (Wood)-5020 (per unit)-1,000

4. Understanding the Limitations of Stock Transfer Analysis in TallyPrime:

  • The report doesn’t directly show transfers between godowns or branches. You might need to analyze voucher details to understand specific transfers.
  • “Goods In (Production)” and “Goods Out (Consumption)” categories might not always perfectly align with actual production transfers. It depends on how your stock movement is recorded in TallyPrime.

5. Alternative Reports for Stock Transfers in TallyPrime:

  • If you need to analyze specific transfers between godowns or branches, consider using the Voucher Analysis report. Filter by voucher types like “Stock Journal” and analyze entries related to stock transfers.
  • You can also leverage the Item Movement Analysis report for a particular stock item to track its movement across different godowns (if applicable).

6. Utilizing Stock Transfer Analysis:

  • While not directly related to godown transfers, the report offers insights into stock movement potentially associated with production processes.
  • Analyze trends in “Goods In (Production)” to understand raw material inflow for production activities.
  • Analyze trends in “Goods Out (Consumption)” to understand raw material consumption patterns or finished goods movement for internal use.

By understanding the limitations and leveraging alternative reports when needed, you can gain valuable insights into your overall stock flow and optimize your production processes in TallyPrime.

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