Purchase of capital goods are recorded as fixed assets and is taxable. Input tax credit can be availed. You can record taxable purchases of fixed assets (capital goods).
With the introduction of GST, the goods and services have been classified into Nil Rated, Exempted, Zero Rated and Non-GST supplies. The Purchase or Sales of these goods to a local or interstate customer does not attract GST, and can be recorded using a Purchase / Sales voucher.
Debit Note is a document issued to a party stating that you are debiting their Account in your Books of Accounts for the stated reason or vice versa. It is commonly used in case of Purchase Returns, Escalation/De-escalation in price, any other expenses incurred by you on behalf of the party etc.
When a company buys goods on credit or cash, Purchase voucher is used to record all the Purchase transactions of the company. Once you activate GST in your company, you can record the purchase of goods and services (inward supply) that attract GST using a purchase voucher.
When the order is placed with the suppliers for the supply of goods, the items, quantities, date of receipt, and so on, details are given with the Purchase Order Number. Later, when these goods are received, the Purchase Order is tracked for the Order Details either in the receipt note or in the purchase Invoice.
Bill of Material feature is useful for manufacturing organisations and can be set up through F12: Configure
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