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Offset Account and Modvat Clearing Account in CIN

In CIN account determination configuration, we assign offset and Modvat Clearing account for ETT like GRPO, EWPO, DLFC,ETC.

If we see there are 2 separate columns for it. You can check in SPRO -Logistics - General Tax on Goods Movements -India Account Determination--Specify G/L Accounts per Excise Transaction

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1. What is the difference between them?

2. Do we have to put the same account in both the columns?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 07, 2009 at 01:11 PM

    hi

    yes you have to assigne the same offset and modvat clering a/c

    RG23A BASIC EXCISE DUTY -

    RG23A ADDITIONAL EXCISE DUTY

    RG23A SPECIAL EXCISE DUTY -

    for all ett like GRPO,EWPO,DLFC

    Transaction type UTLZ is used for determining accounts only while

    posting excise JVs and also if the payment of excise duty has to be done

    fortnightly.

    The fortnightly CENVAT payment utility picks up the credit side accounts

    from the transaction types of GRPO, EWPO, and TR6C for determining the

    CENVAT and PLA accounts. There is no separate transaction type for

    fortnightly payment.

    hope this will cleared you doubt

    robin s prasad

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    • Former Member

      If you read the SAP help of this field offset GL, it show that offset account is different from the modvat account.

      Also the std settings for Excise Group E1, shows it to be differenet acount.

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2009 at 05:20 PM

    Not answered.

    Hence closed

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