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AED not getting 50% in j1iex

Dear experts ,

I have an imported capital good that is excisable .

The material type in excise is A( Asset )

I have maintained the conditions for BCD , CVD & ACD in calculation schema of the PO .

I did the bill of entry & did a MIGO with refernce to the MIRO document .

I captured the excise duties of CVD , ed cess on CVD , sec ed cess on CVD & ACD in BED , ECS , AT1 & AED resp.

Now when i try to post the excise invoice , only 50% of the duties should be debited to the respective accounts , the rest should be debited to CENVAT on Hold a/c .

BUT i see that AED is not getting halved . All the other duties are getting 50% but only AED is not getting 50 %

Pls tell me what could be the reason ?



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    Posted on May 23, 2009 at 03:48 AM

    Hello Anis,

    That is the legal requirement. 100% ADC on capital import purchase can be availed in the same year itself.

    All other duties should be 50%.System is behaving in the correct way.

    Check the SAP Note 1151092.

    It says:

    While running the transaction J1IH for operations such as creation of additional excise invoice or other adjustments for imports, system allows only 50% credit for AED duty for capital goods if subtransaction type is not 'IP'.

    This is incorrect as in case of imports, 100% of credit should be allowed to be taken for Additional duty of customs for capital goods, irrespective of the subtransaction type.


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    Posted on May 22, 2009 at 12:36 PM

    Experts pls give in your inputs

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