Excise Returns

Excise Returns

Excise Returns

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Registration

Every person who produces or manufactures excisable goods, is required to get registered, unless exempted. If there is any change in information supplied in Form A-1, the same should be supplied in Form A-1.

Payment of excise duty

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Manufacturer is required to maintain Daily Stock Account (DSA) of goods manufactured, cleared and in stock. and Duty is payable on monthly basis through GAR-7 challan / Cenvat credit by 5th/6th of following month

Returns of production, clearances and payment of excise duty
Monthly return in form ER-1 should be filed by 10th of following month. SSI units have to file quarterly return in form ER-3.EOU/STP units to file monthly return in form ER-2

Annual Financial Information
Assessees paying duty of Rs one crore or more per annum through PLA are required to submit Annual Financial Information Statement for each financial year by 30th November of succeeding year in prescribed form ER-4 [rule 12(2) of Central Excise Rules].

Our Packages

NIL Data Excise Return
₹ 2000
  • Package Includes
  • NIL or Zero Entries
Excise Return Trader
₹ 5000
  • Package Includes
  • For Dealers
Excise Return Manufacturer
₹ 8260
  • Package Includes
  • For Manufacturers

Documents Required for Excise Returns

  • Sales And Purchase Bills
  • Bank Statements
  • Expense Bills on which Excise or Service tax input is admissible
  • Excise Id And Password
  • List of Product Manufactured with Quantities and Price
  • Excise Challans Paid for the Month
  • RG1 and PLA maintained by Assessee

Process Involved

Step 1

1

Documents

Step 2

2

Data Processing And Tax Analysis

Step 3

3

Tax Payment

Step 4

4

Return Preparation

Step 5

5

Return Upload

Step 6

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Acknowledgement

FAQ'S
  • Who are all eligible for e-filing?
  • All the registered manufacturing units, 100% E.O.U’s and the registered Dealers are eligible for e-filing of their excise returns.
  • What are all the various options available under e-filing?
  • In e-filing, the assessee can enter the return details under the following options: 1. ER – 1: This return form is for the assessee who is a manufacturer, not availing small scale exemption. 2. ER – 2: This return form is for 100% Export Oriented Unit. 3. ER – 3: This return form is for the assessee who is availing small scale exemption. 4. Dealer Return: This return is for the Dealers registered with Central Excise Department. 5. TR-6 Challan: This form is for filing the details of TR6 Challan by all the assessees who have paid duty/other payments to the Central Excise Department through nominated banks.
  • How can I enter multiple records?
  • After the data is entered in a block, by pressing “save” button the record will be saved and the system will ask “Do you want to enter values in the same block?”. If yes is pressed as response, the block will be cleared for making further entry and next record can be entered. Similarly multiple records pertaining to a block can be entered.
  • Is there any facility to see the previous returns filed by me/
  • The filed returns can be seen by clicking on ‘Previous Returns’ button from the entry form. The filed returns can be seen by View option from the main menu.
  • How to file the TR-6 Challan?
  • Yes, if you have been permitted by the jurisdictional Central Excise Commissioner. You can then file with different return number for the same year and month (YYYYMM). For availing this option, the manufacturing unit should seek the permission from the jurisdictional Central Excise Commissioner for filing a second or third return. The permission is generally given by the jurisdictional Commissioner, if there exists a case of different departments of the assessee controlling the manufacturing processes for different products manufactured and different internal accounts are maintained in the factory. This permission is not given as a matter of routine.
  • do we have to mantain daily stock account?
  • Manufacturer is required to maintain Daily Stock Account (DSA) of goods manufactured, cleared and in stock. [Rule 10 of Central Excise Rules]
  • what is the procedure for Payment of excise duty
  • Duty is payable on monthly basis through GAR-7 challan / Cenvat credit by 5th/6th of following month, except in March. SSI units have to pay duty on quarterly basis by 5th/6th of month following the quarter. Assessee paying duty through PLA more than Rs 10 lakhs per annum is required to make e-payment only [Rule 8].
  • who has to submit Annual Financial Information
  • Assessees paying duty of Rs one crore or more per annum through PLA are required to submit Annual Financial Information Statement for each financial year by 30th November of succeeding year in prescribed form ER-4 [rule 12(2) of Central Excise Rules].