Founder, Coral Soff'wares Ltd
SUSHILKUMAR R .CHAWARE
or for manufacturing another product.
example; A steel manufacturing co. can use steel produced by it for constructing a
building in the factory itself.
or using steel plates manufactured by it for its civil contract projects like using steel for
using steel for producing cranes or machinery etc.,
central excise provisions prescribed certain procedure to levy duty on this captive consumption.
17th February 2013 From India, Mumbai
First of all Would like to say thanks for reply.
Then whats the further process about Setoff this Capative Cunsumation.
which steps i have to take for Excise point of View. actually we had taken Excise credit on that row material but Material cunsumed in factory premises
Should i calculate that cunsumued material value and then Calculate excise on that and file its in Next Months Excise Retun. OR WHAT ???
KINDLY SUGGEST ME.
THANKS & REGARDS
24th February 2013 From India, Mumbai
If you have taken full credit of Cenvat on these Inputs, reverse 50% of it. This remaining credit can be taken in the next financial year subsequent to the year in which the said Capital Good item has been put to use.
28th February 2013 From India , Calcutta
We are manufacturer of TMT Bars, we transfered the by product of Missroll to our one of another unit for making production and sold out as TMT Bars, in this case, shall we liable to pay exsice duty ? we used the captive goods of missroll for manufacturing and sold and collected excise duty by sold invoice.
As per excise authorities instruction. duty is 110% on value of assessable value. we are not transfer the raw material for making production, it is an by product
So, is it applicable to pay tax of 110% on captive assessable value
16th March 2013 From India , Madras
CE notification 6/95 is related to exempt the excise duty on the exciseable goods used with in the factory for captive consumption.
It can be defined as:
the Exciseable goods shall be exempt from excise duty if
1. The Exciseable goods is used for captive consumption
2. To produce/manufacture the final product
3. The final product is dutiable
4. used within the factory
Friends, If you have any query related to Excise, Custom and Service tax, Please post here.
7th April 2013 From India, Delhi
I am Lalitha, I feel it is very good answer.
I have one doubt about service tax on Civil Works with material. we have paid to the contractor service tax @12.36% on 40% of the assessable Value. Whether Reverse charges mechanism is applicable for the same transaction or not? Kindly give your advice... Thanks & Regards..Lalitha
25th May 2013 From India, Bangalore