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Capital Excise Process

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hi all ,

Can somebody explain how the Excise determination takes place for the Capital goods.

thanks

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former_member529134
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Hello

Businesses are allowed to set off excise duty on purchases of capital goods against excise duty on outputs. However, unlike with raw materials, you can only set off half of the duty in the first year, and the rest in any year after that.

Prerequisites

In the material master, you have classified the capital goods as such.

Because duty on capital goods is handled using excise transaction type CAPE, you must also have specified that you want this transaction to credit the excise duty to the CENVAT on hold account. You make this setting in Customizing for Logistics u2013 General, by choosing Taxes on Goods Movements ® India ® Account Determination ® Specify Excise Accounts Per Excise Transaction.

You must then have specified which G/L account is the CENVAT on hold account, again in Customizing for Logistics u2013 General, by choosing Taxes on Goods Movements ® India ® Account Determination ® Specify G/L Accounts per Excise Transaction.

Features

When you post an excise invoice that contains capital goods, the system posts half of the excise duty to your CENVAT account and posts the rest to a G/L account for CENVAT on hold.

In following years, you can use a report to identify the capital goods with excise duty on hold and transfer the duty to the CENVAT account (see Transfer of CENVAT Credit on Capital Goods).

Activities

When working with excise invoices that include capital goods, note the following:

Capturing vendor excise invoices

When you create an excise invoice with capital goods, you have to set the material type to A (assets), C (consumables), or T (tools).

Posting excise invoices

When you come to post the excise invoice, the system posts only half of the excise duty to the CENVAT account. The system does not round the amount off.

Transfer of CENVAT Credit on Capital Goods

You use this report to display a list of the vendor excise invoices where the vendor has levied excise duty but you have not posted it (in full) to your CENVAT account.

This is particularly useful in the case of capital goods, in order to find out how much credit remains from previous years.

Features

To access the report, from the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes ® Procurement ® Excise Invoice ® Reports ® Balance Credit for Capital Goods.

Selection

On the selection screen, enter:

Organizational data

Data of the documents that you want

Output

The system displays a list of excise invoices with excise duty outstanding. It shows you:

The total amounts of the various types of excise duties levied on the excise invoice

How much duty has still to be posted to the CENVAT account

Select the excise invoices that you want and choose Transfer credit. If you want to transfer only a portion of the remaining amount, enter this amount as the amount to be credited.

The system creates an accounting document to post the duty to the CENVAT account and creates an entry in the Part II register.

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