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CVD & SHE Cess

Hi Gurus

Please let me know the std condition types of CVD and SHE cess.

We have the following condition types JCV1 and JCV2 and JCE1 (and not JEC1).

JCV2 and JEC1, (CVD and ECS AP columns respectively)

have been entered in the maintain excise defaults,(in the schema JCE1 is present).

JEC2 is present in our ECS Condition column in the excise defaults.

ZADC is present in ADC condition column .

Since,JEC1 and JEC2 are present in the schema , please let me know the implications, whats what?

Urgent please

Thanks

Kumar

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 05:50 AM

    Hi

    The Import relevant condition types are:

    1) CVD - JCV1

    2) Ecess - JECV

    3) Addl custom duty - JADC

    Custom conditions JCV2 & ZADC might have been created and used for non-cenvat transactions (may be for trading procurement where you will not get cenvat benifit).

    Reg SHEcess for imports, you may check up the relevant OSS notes.

    JEC1 and JEC2 are used for local duties along with excise, These are tax procedure condition types (not procing procedure as like imports)

    JEC1 - Ecess for set off

    JEC2 - Ecess for inventorization

    These 2 condition types are used in taxinj.

    warm regards

    sairam akundi

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sai,

      thanks yaar! But for taxinj procedure for excise tax defaults for domestic, JEC1 and JEC2 are maintained.

      1)Pls tell me which column should I maintain Scess condition type,ECS condition type,ADC condition type for Imports.

      2)I think to creat (Scess )JECV condition type we have to copy from JCV1?

      3)How about JADC?which condition type to be copied?

      4)One more ECS 2% levied on total duty? whats the condition type?(to copied from which condition type?)

      It would be really helpful yaar.

      Thanks

      Kumar

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