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Excise

hi

we have purhased material from dealer and excise invoice is coming from manufacturer for Cenvat purpose .

how to post excise invoice ? and where manufacturer will come into picture

what are other settings ?

what is mean by SSI Vendor is the concept still in use ?

thanks

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Hi,

POSTING DEALER INVOICE: -

1. Create purchase order and enter net price (inclusive of base value and excise duties)

2. Excise duties not computed. (Excise duties = 0)

3. Capture of excise invoice

A) Capturing excise invoice together with goods receipt through transaction MIGO

- MRP indicator found in the Miscellaneous TAB popped up when you click on u201CMore datau201D button on Excise invoice tab at the header level in MIGO

The excise base value is defaulted as the PO price and the excise duties are zero. The excise base is changed such that the sum of the excise base value and the excise duties remain the same as the PO price. The excise base is reduced by the excise duty value and the differential amount is split amongst the relevant excise duty components.

Hence the material valuation also takes place correctly with the changed amount put as the excise base value. Otherwise this would incorrectly get inflated by the excise duty value also.

B) Capture excise invoice through transaction J1IEX

- MRP indicator found on the Miscellaneous tab in J1IEX

The excise base value is defaulted as the PO price and the excise duties are zero. The excise base is changed such that the sum of the excise base value and the excise duties remain the same as the PO price. The excise base is reduced by the excise duty value and the differential amount is split amongst the relevant excise duty components.

4. Invoice verification process through MIRO

Change the base value from PO Value to Assessable Value as per Vendor Invoice same as the base value of EI.

SSI VENDORS: -

Specifies whether the vendor qualifies as a small-scale industry and if so, which SSI status it enjoys.

Small-scale industry: - The businesses that, in India, qualify for reduced rates of excise duty. Businesses qualify as SSIs if, for example, they have less than two premises and a sales volume not exceeding an amount specified by the government.

You only need to use this field if you use the old excise determination method.

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