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Subtransaction type - CIN

Dear,

Pls tell me , what's the usage and benefits of Subtransaction type which maintain in ETT (Excise transaction type).

Rgds

JK

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2008 at 02:25 PM

    Hi,

    The importance of subtransaction is to post duties to separate GL accounts.

    Normally for a plant which is having excise registration we will maintain one set of registers and GL accounts right ?

    There are some situations where we hve to maintain more than one set of registers and respective transactions has to hit different GL accounts. In this case we will assign GL accounts with combination of Excise transaction and sub transaction type. Based on this configuration system will pick the respective GL accounts.

    Hope its clear, Still if hve questions let me know.

    reg

    Durga

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2008 at 09:14 AM

    Hi Sap,

    Excise Transaction type is the main type in excise like document in Purchase order.

    Whenever any excise related transaction are performed taxes will be sitting in the G/L account.

    configuration

    In SPRO->Logistics General->-Tax on Goods movement-> India> Account determination--> Specify G/L accounts per excise.

    In this only the excise group and the Excise transaction type are mentioned and the relevant G/L accounts are mentioned.

    If additional duty is involved in the Excise( say in Mumbai(OCTROI) it will be classfied under sub Excise transaction type.

    GRPO is the excise transaction type for Good Receipt with P.O

    You can go thro the drop down in the ETT for other related excise transaction types.

    For capitals goods it will be different.

    reg,

    Ashok

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      Ashok,

      Thanks for ur ans.

      Could pls tell me, when we do GR the ETT will come as a GRPO and rettrun dlvy it will come as a OTHR.. it;s clear .

      if u assign subtransaction type for OTHR - 10, 20..etc. , tell me, how the system will capture and sit (for ex, OTHR 10) on that particualr gl ac . pls explain me

  • Posted on Jul 12, 2008 at 09:14 AM

    hi

    With in CIN the account determination is based on the transaction type.

    So normally you can have a single set of accounts for Excise

    utilization. In case you need alternate account determination for

    handling various scenarios you can define sub transaction types. The

    sub transaction types and corresponding account assignments needs to be

    maintained in CIN customization

    subtransaction type is the alternate transaction for accut determination

    reward if helpful

    regards

    kunal

    Edited by: kunal ingale on Jul 12, 2008 11:25 AM

    Edited by: kunal ingale on Jul 12, 2008 11:26 AM

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    • hi

      57CM 57F CHALLAN COMPLETION

      57FC 57F CHALLAN CAPTURE/CHANGE 1

      57NR 57F NON RECEIPT 1

      ARE1 EXPORT PROCESSING UNDER ARE1

      ARE3 DEEMED EXPORTS UNDER ARE3

      CAGI CAPITAL GOODS ISSUES

      CAPE CAPITAL GOODS IP

      CEIV CANCELLATION OF EXCISE INVOICE 22

      DIEX DIFFERENTIAL EXCISE THROUGH JV IP

      DLFC GOODS REMOVAL THROUGH SALES 22

      EWPO EXCISE INVOICE WITHOUT PO

      GRPO EXCISE INVOICE FOR GOODS RECEIPT/PO

      MRDY REVERSAL WITHOUT REFERENCE

      MRRD REVERSAL INCASE OF COMSUMPTION OTHER THAN PRODUCTI

      MRWO CENVAT REVERSALS FOR WRITE OFF

      OTHR EXCISE INVOICE FOR OTHER MOVEMENTS 10

      TR6C PLA ACCOUNT ADJUSTMENT THROUGH

      TR6C PLA ACCOUNT ADJUSTMENT THROUGH

      reward if helpful

      regards

      kunal

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