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GST Summary Data

How to view GST Summary Data in SwilERP (RetailGraph)

What is GST summary data?

GST stands for Goods and Services Tax. It is an Indirect tax that replaced a host of other Indirect taxes such as value-added tax, service tax, purchase tax, excise duty, and so on. With GST Summary data, users can find the GST-related data in summary, in which they can compare their GST data with transactions.

GST Summary Data is an option in SwilERP; if users want to view their Sales and Purchase transaction data in summary, then they can view it from the GST section. SwilERP also featured an accounting solution option in which users can manage their accounting data. This option summarizes the data of Sales Invoice/ Debit Note, Sales Credit Note, and Purchase Invoice/ Credit Note, Purchase Debit Note. In this option, you will see the data in Pivot Table format. As per requirement, select the data you want to view in a report, and you can also Remove, Export, and Import your Data.

Start with Login in the SwilERP dashboard to initiate the process

  1. Go to the GST Section> GST Summary Data
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SwilERP Dashboard Window

Process to view GST Summary Data

  1. A new window of GST summary data will appear in the next slide. 
  2. Select the Date Range "From" to "To", in which you want to view data. 
  3. Tick-mark on the given options: 
    1. Sales Invoice/ Debit Note
    2. Sales Credit Note 
    3. Purchase Invoice/ Credit Note 
    4. Purchase Debit Note 
  4. Click on the View option. 
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  1. After that, Choose fields to add to reportTick-mark on the options; then, they will automatically field in the below-given areas. 
  2. You can also Drag fields between below-given four areas: Filter, Columns, Rows, Values. 
  3. The GST data reflect in the Analysis Grid section. 
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  1. Click on the Chart tab to view the report in chart format.
  2. Here you'll see the GST Summary chart along with reflected every detail. 
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  1. You can also view the report in Raw Data, where you can find every detail.
  2. Click on the raw data and there you will see GST Summary data in the columns. 
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To Print and Preview the GST Summary data

  1. Go to the Display section.
  2. Select the Print and Preview option to take printout of the GST data. 
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To Export the File in Excel Format 

  1. Go to the Display section. 
  2. Click on the ''T'' button, and there, you'll see the options to convert your report into an excel file. 

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