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For all the cash withdrawal from bank and cash deposits win bank, the Contra voucher is prepared. It means that the contra voucher is prepared in respect of the following types of transactions:- When cash is withdrawn from the bank. When cash is deposited in to bank. When the amount is transferred from one bank to other bank of the …

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Payment voucher is prepared for all payments, made by the business firm directly or through its bankers. In all business organizations, mostly the payments are made in following manners:- Payment in cash. Payment by cheques. Payment by demand drafts or pay orders. Payment made directly by bank on behalf of the business clients. Payment also can be made by third …

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When the account of any party is to be debited and no cash memo or invoice can be raised for such transactions, then debit note is issued. Therefore, the Debit note is a document which shows the reason of debit entry. Debit notes are issued due to following reasons:- When the material is returned by the purchaser to the supplier …

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Receipt is proof of the payment made or payment received. When the goods is purchased or services are availed on credit basis, then the supplier issues the  credit invoice for that particular purchase or services rendered by him. Later on, when the payment of the same goods or services is made by the purchaser in cash or through cheque in …

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When the goods are purchased or sold in cash, in that case the cash memo is prepared by the seller of goods. The contents of cash memo are same as of Invoice. Only difference is that the  Invoice is prepared for credit sale and Cash Memo is prepared for cash sales. For example, a business firm purchased some goods on …

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An invoice is a support document which shows the details of purchase or sale of goods or services. When we purchase any goods or service, the seller of goods or the service provider raises a bill or Invoice. The Invoice contains the following particulars: Name and address of the supplier. Name and address of the purchaser. Serial Number of invoice. …

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Support document is a proof of a business transaction which shows the authenticity of that particular transaction. We call it as source document also. The source document is the first document from where the accounting will be started. It means with out any proof, a business transaction can not be called a valid transaction. That is why, for every transaction …


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