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CIN....ARE-1, ARE-3, Part1, Part2, RG 23D

Hi Gurus,

Thanks for previous replies regarding Cin and its material too

I have lots of doubt in cin....but dont send documents please.....

Q.1) What is ARE-1 & ARE-3?

Q.2) What is Part-1 & Part-2?

Q.3) What is RG23D?

Q.4) How the condition(Ex.JMOD exicse) determines the value in Pricing Procedure?

Q.5) Can u let me know the SD Process Flow from Start to End....

Please help me..

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 11:48 AM

    HI

    RG23D



    A record of receipts and issues of excisable materials, as kept by depots.

    Use

    In procurement, when the warehouseman posts a goods receipt, the system creates a register entry.

    In sales, when a sales clerk creates a sales order, he has to specify which excise invoices were delivered with the goods that are being sold. Then, when the warehouseman posts the goods issue, the system generates another register entry.

    The R/3 System generates all the necessary entries in the register. You can prepare a copy of the register as required.

    ARE-1


    You create an ARE-1 when you want to export goods under bond.

    Procedure
    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes ® Sales/Outbound Movements ® Exports Under Excise Regulations ® Exports ® Central Processing ® Create ARE-1.
    In the top line:
    Select Create ARE-1.
    Select Outgoing Excise Invoice.
    Enter the excise invoice that the ARE-1 is for and choose .
    If the ARE-1 is to cover more than one excise invoice, repeat step (c) for each of them.
    Assign an excise bond to the ARE-1.
    On the Addresses tab, enter the addresses of your local excise department and the customs department that will process the ARE-1.

    Their addresses will be printed on the ARE-1. For more information, see Automatic Address Determination.
    On the Additional Data tab, maintain any long texts required in the ARE-1.

    This information will be printed on the ARE-1. For more information, see Long Texts.
    On the Package Details tab, enter any relevant information about how the goods are packaged.

    This information will also be printed on the ARE-1.
    Save the ARE-1.

    ARE-3


    You create an ARE-3 when you want to send a customer a deemed export.

    Procedure
    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes ® Sales/Outbound Movements ® Exports Under Excise Regulations ® Deemed Exports ® Central Processing ® Create ARE-3.
    In the top line:
    Select Create ARE-3
    Select Outgoing Excise Invoice.
    Enter the excise invoice that the ARE-3 is for and choose .
    If the ARE-3 is to cover more than one excise invoice, repeat step (c) for each of them.
    Assign the deemed export license to the ARE-3.
    On the Addresses tab, enter the address of your local excise department.

    Its address will be printed on the ARE-3. For more information, see Automatic Address Determination.
    On the Additional Data tab, maintain any long texts required in the ARE-3.

    This information will be printed on the ARE-3. For more information, see Long Texts.
    On the Package Details tab, enter any relevant information about how the goods are packaged.

    This information will also be printed on the ARE-3.
    Save the ARE-3

    PART-1 & PART-2


    The R/3 System creates Part I entries for all excisable goods movements.

    Activities

    Day-to-Day Activities

    When you enter a goods receipt for excisable materials, the system automatically asks you if you want to create the Part I entry in Register RG 23A or RG 23C. If so, the system generates a Part I entry. If not, it does not, but you can generate all missing Part I entries later.

    The system automatically enters the excise invoice number in the Part I entry. If the excise clerk has already captured the excise invoice when the warehouseman enters the goods receipt, the system enters the excise invoice number in the Part I entry immediately. If the warehouseman enters the goods receipt before the excise clerk enters the excise invoice, the Part I entry does not contain a link to the excise invoice number. However, the system updates the excise invoice number automatically when the excise clerk captures the excise invoice later on.

    The system does not automatically generate Part I entries for goods issues of excisable materials, with two exceptions:
    When you enter a goods issue for vendor returns
    When you enter a goods issue for stock transport orders for plants, but only when you use the Goods Movements transaction

    Periodic Processing

    Generate the missing entries once a day using the Update of Registers RG 1 and RG 23 (Part I) program.

    Reporting

    Prepare a copy of the registers as described under Creation of Excise Registers.

    PART-2

    Whenever you – as a manufacturing plant – post an incoming excise invoice, or create an outgoing excise invoice, the system automatically creates an entry in Part II of the appropriate register (RG 23A or RG 23C).

    Features

    The system assigns all Part II entries a serial number, and creates an accounting document for each, to transfer the various types of excise duty to the appropriate CENVAT account.

    Activities

    Day-to-Day Activities

    The system only creates a Part II entry when you post an incoming excise invoice. It does not create one if you only capture an excise invoice. That way, you can ensure that excise clerks can capture excise invoices but cannot make any Part II entries. The excise supervisors can then check and post the excise invoices posted by the clerks.

    Similarly, the system also creates a Part II entry when you post an outgoing excise invoice.

    Reporting

    All Part II entries are shown when you prepare the excise registers.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:05 PM

    Hi

    Refer CIN Configuration guide in sdn , make a small search in this forum .

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:13 PM

    hi

    1.Register RG 23 (A and C), Part I

    –Register RG 23A is reserved for raw materials and register RG 23C is for capital goods

    –In Part I of register RG 23A, you record purchases of materials that you have paid excise duty on.

    –Each entry shows the quantity of the materials purchased and the numbers of the excise invoices sent with the materials.

    2. Register RG 23 (A and C), Part II

    –Part II of these registers shows how much excise duty you have credited and debited to your CENVAT accounts.

    –The system automatically creates an entry in this register when you Post the CENVAT on an excise invoice

    Register RG 23D

    – This is a register that is kept by depots. It shows all of the depot's goods receipts; the details of the incoming excise invoices; and the goods issues from the depot.

    ARE-1 & ARE-3

    these 2 is used in export sale

    siddu

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