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RG Registers

Hi all ,

How to check the updated RG23A P1/P2 , 23C P1/P2 REGISTERS.?What are the different entries in the registers ?

What are other different registers need to be maintained as per excise law?

What is the concept do PARTIAL CENVAT credit?

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Kapil

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 06:04 AM

    Hi Kapil

    <b>How to check the updated RG23A P1/P2 , 23C P1/P2 REGISTERS.?What are the different entries in the registers ?</b>

    Answer -- Registers are updated in T code J2i5 there you can get information which register needs to be updated. Only difference is that 50 % of excise value in case of Capital goods go to onhold and only 50 % is available in Register.To see resigters you can go in T code J2I6.

    <b>What are other different registers need to be maintained as per excise law?</b>

    RG23A (Part 1 and Part 2)

    RG23C (Part 1 and Part 2)

    PLA

    RG23D

    RG1

    <b>What is the concept do PARTIAL CENVAT credit?</b>

    Suppose you are suppose to take 10000 rs of CENVATE credit from excise authorities and if you take only 5000 this is parital cenvate credit.

    I hope you got your answers

    Regards

    Vivek

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 02:57 AM

    Hi Kapil

    Through T- Code J2I5 you can absract the Part 1 & part 2 entries For Register RG23 A&C

    in this you will have to select the Excise Group, Start Date and End date

    and T-Code J2I6 is used to Print these registers

    as far as partial credit is concern this term is used in case of RG23C register

    50% duty is Availed at the time of Post Cenvat and rest is Tranfered to Next Fiscal Yers

    i hope this will helpful for you query

    Thanks

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