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Hi Gurus,

Can any send me CIN Information. I tried in ECC 5.0 but it is not working.

Can any body provide me the information

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Praveen

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:56 AM

    Hi,

    1. System Requirements to perform Excise Transactions: -

    a. All statutory Excise details of the plant like;

     ECC Number

     Excise Registration Number

     Excise Range

     Excise Division

     Excise Commissionerate

     Central Sales Tax Number

     Local Sales Tax Number

     Permanent Account Number

     Service Tax Registration No, etcu2026

    b. Company Code Settings for Excise

    c. Plant Settings for Excise

    d. Excise Groups creation and necessary configuration

    e. Series Groups creation and necessary configuration

    f. Necessary changes in Tax Procedure and Pricing Procedures for calculation Excise Duties like Basic Excise Duty, Education Cess, Secondary Education Cess, VAT, CST, etcu2026

    g. Maintenance of new Tax Codes for Excise Duty conditions and calculation

    h. Maintenance of Forms like u201CCu201D Form, u201CHu201D Form, etcu2026

    i. Excise Account Determination for proper posting of Excise Duties at the time of different Transactions like, Excise Credit Entry at the time Goods Receipt, Excise Invoice creation in Sales, Monthly Utilization, Excise JVs, etcu2026

    j. Classification of Movement Types which are involved during Excise Transactions

    k. Required settings for different types of Exports like; Export under Bond, Deemed Export, Export under rebate, etcu2026, Settings of ARE-1, ARE-3 procedures, settings for different license types like CT-1, CT-3, etcu2026

    l. Development of Forms/ Layouts for Excise Registers like RG23A, RG23C, RG23D, RG1, PLA, RT-12, etcu2026

    m. Maintenance of Number ranges for Excise objects like; RG23A Part I&II, RG23C Part I&II, Excise Invoice No. ranges for Local and Export Sales, 57F4 Challan No. Ranges, etcu2026

    n. Maintenance of Excise Masters like;

     Chapter IDs

     Material & Chapter ID Combination

     Material Assessable Value

     CENVAT Determination

     Vendor Excise Details

     Customer Excise Details

     SSI Rates for SSI Vendors

     Excise Tax Rates

    2. Excise Transactions: -

    a. Incoming Excise Invoice entries

     For Indigenous Materials (Raw Materials)

     For Imported Materials (Bill of Entry)

     For Capital Goods

     Depot Excise

    b. Creation and maintenance of 57F4 Challans for Subcontracting Process

     Subcontracting without Payment of Duty

     Creation of Subcontracting Challan

     Refer Subcontracting Challan at the time of GR

     Reconciliation of Subcontracting Challan

     Completion of Subcontracting Challan

     Generation of Annexure IV

     Subcontracting under Full Payment of Duty

     Creation of Excise Invoice w.r.t. Transfer Posting Document

     Capture Excise Invoice at the time of GR of Finished Goods

     Post Excise Invoice

    c. Outgoing Excise Invoices

     For Domestic Sales

     For Export Sales

     Export under Bond (ARE-1)

     Deemed Export (ARE-3)

     Export under Rebate

     For Vendor Return

     Depot Excise Invoice

    d. Monthly utilization

    e. Excise JV (CENVAT Adjustment Postings): -

     Material Write-off

     Material Non-Production

     Additional Excise

     Other Adjustment

     TR6 Challan

     Excise Cancellation

    f. Printing of Excise Invoices, ARE-1, ARE-3 Documents, etcu2026 with necessary excise details.

    3. Excise Registers: -

    a. RG23A Part I: - Part I shows the quantities of the Input Materials.

    b. RG23C Part I: - Part I shows the quantities of the Capital Goods.

    c. RG23A Part II: - Part II shows the amounts of excise duty on the Materials, and how much you have transferred to the CENVAT accounts.

    d. RG23C Part II: - Part II shows the amounts of excise duty on the Capital Goods, and how much you have transferred to the CENVAT accounts.

    Note: - Previously, manufacturers were required to keep two separate registers, RG 23A and RG 23C for raw materials and capital goods respectively. This is no longer the case, but the distinction still remains in the system.

    e. PLA: - Personal Ledger Account

    f. RG23D: - A record of receipts and issues of excisable materials, as kept by depots.

    g. RG1: - A register of excisable finished goods kept by manufacturing plants.

    h. ER 1: - The Government of India vide Notification No 26/2005-Central Excise (N.T.) prescribed the form E.R.-1 to be filled with excise authorities, by all the assessees (as defined under Central Excise Act) on a monthly basis for production and removal of goods and other relevant particulars and CENVAT credit.

    Note: - Now ER 1 fulfills requirement of RT-12 i.e. Monthly Return which is to be submitted to Excise Authorities every month end.

    4. Forms / Outputs / Reports

    u2022 Invoice output u2013 to check whether the existing invoice format is acceptable / make arrangements for a new invoice as per excise compliance

    u2022 To arrange for the formats of all excise registers and reports. To name a few

    o RG23A

    o RG23C

    o Monthly return for Excise

    o RG1

    o PLA

    o RT-12

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