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Please explain the CIN process(in details) and use of each document



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Check this link.

I found this is one of the useful link in SAP CIN



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A cess has been imposed on certain products like automobiles, jute, tea, tobacco etc. A education cess is also imposed on the excise duty from the current year.

Education CESS (ECess)

Education Cess has been imposed on all products under the Excise Act, 2005. The rate is 2%.

Register Use in CIN:-

1. Register RG1.

2. Register RG23A, Part 1 & II (Raw Material)

3. Register RG23C (Capital Goods)

4. Register RG23D (applicable only for 1st & 2nd Stage)

5. Personal Ledger Account (PLA).

A record of all receipts and issue related to Excise Materials is being kept in Excise Register RG23A and RG23C by manufacturing plants.

 Part 1 shows the quantities of the materials.

 Part II shows the accounts of the Excise Duty on the materials and how much you have transferred to CENVAT accounts.

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Pardeep Malik

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SAP- COUNTRY INDIA VERSION (CIN) is designed for use by business with operations in India. It comprises function designed specifically for India, a localization implementation guide (IMG), and a country template to help us customize the system according to local requirements.

Most of the country-specific functions for India relate to Financials and Logistics, and center around taxes, including:

Excise duty and the central value-added tax system (CENVAT)

Tax deducted at source (TDS)

Sales tax

Excise Duty:

Excise duty is a governmental levy on specific goods produced and consumed inside a country. In India, Central Excise Act, 1944 governs the excise matters like defining manufacturing, factory, excisable goods etc.

In India, excise duty is a tax on the manufacture of goods that is levied when goods leave the place of manufacture. Manufacturers can set off the duty paid on input materials against their output duty, a procedure known as central value-added tax (CENVAT).

Types of Excise Duty

Basic Excise Duty

This is the duty charged under section 3 of the Central Excises and Salt Act, 1944 on all excisable goods other than salt which are produced or manufactured in India at the rates set forth in the schedule to the Central Excise tariff Act, 1985.

Special Excise Duty

As per the Section 37 of the Finance Act, 1978 Special excise Duty was attracted on all excisable goods on which there is a levy of Basic excise Duty under the Central Excises and Salt Act, 1944.Since then each year the relevant provisions of the Finance Act specifies that the Special Excise Duty shall be or shall not be levied and collected during the relevant financial year.

Some commodities like pan masala, cars etc. are leviable with special duty. These items are covered in Schedule II to Central Excise Tariff.

Additional Excise Duty

Section 3 of the Additional duties of Excise (goods of special importance) Act, 1957 authorizes the levy and collection in respect of the goods described in the Schedule to this Act. This is levied in lieu of sales Tax and shared between Central and State Governments. These are levied under different enactments like medicinal and toilet preparations, sugar etc. and other industries development etc.


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Edited by: Pardeep Malik on Sep 10, 2009 12:12 PM

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Hi Shah,

Use one by one transaction I will guide u.

Use T code OBYZ set ur tax procedure.

Assign it in OBBG for country.

Thn for for maintainance of condition recoards

in FV11.

Before that creat tax code in FTXP.

pls go through following link

Hope you l understand.

In doubt pls revert.

Thanks and regards


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