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CIN 4.0A

Plz provide me some knowledge on SAP4.7 CIN 4.0A version from the implementation perspective

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 11:28 AM

    Hi,

    CIN is the Module which is used to Manage the Excise Transactions with the Organisation.

    From implementation Prospective you have to do the following activities.

    1) Configure the Excise Group, Exceise Number Series

    2) Configure various setting related to Company like Single Invoice for Single GR or Multiple invoice of single GR, Capital Assets Related setting like 50 % excise will be be credit in 1st year and rest 50 % will go to the Cenvat on hold Account

    3) Excise Transaction like CAPE,GRPO,EWPO,TR6c,UTLZ need to be configured with Excise GLs

    4)Master Data Should be maintain thru J1id t-code

    5) PLA Account should be Maintained for Excise Paybele Purpose

    6) After these setting you can do Excise transactions in SAP

    7) by doing excise transactions various Register Like RG1,RG23C,RG23D,RG23A can used to Provide the Excise Information to Excise Authority

    8) Excise Utilization can be done at Last.

    Hope this will give you over view of CIN India

    Regards,

    Ashish Vats

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