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HOD Excise dept


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Posted On 10 March 2009 at 17:33 Report Abuse

Please any body explain me what is CAS-4 certificate?

in excise matter I know about that anly CAS-4 means Cost accounting standard 4 & in that we have furnished all detail regarding our material send to sister concern only, inthat we have all detail of consumed material, wages. overheads, i know this all but i am not able to get CAS-4 certificate, in my range they asking for that can send me CAS-4 certificate.

Please giv me urgently


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Sachin Adsul
HOD Excise dept


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Posted On 23 March 2009 at 12:50

Originally posted by :Sachin Adsul
" Please any body explain me what is CAS-4 certificate?
in excise matter I know about that anly CAS-4 means Cost accounting standard 4 & in that we have furnished all detail regarding our material send to sister concern only, inthat we have all detail of consumed material, wages. overheads, i know this all but i am not able to get CAS-4 certificate, in my range they asking for that can send me CAS-4 certificate.
Please giv me urgently
"


 

Dear Experts

Please send me CAS-4 urgently





Tushar Joshi
Service


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Posted On 25 March 2009 at 18:31

Dear Mr. Sachin,

you can get CAS-4 from certified CWA practioner. Just provide him the data required. He will provide you the CAS-4 certificate.

 

 




S. Banerjee
Practising Cost Accountant. Core area- Central Excise. Service Tax Costing system installation including maintenance of Cost Records and Cost Audit and Management Audit mainly Revenue leakages Audit


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Posted On 26 March 2009 at 21:58

Mr Adsul,

If you are interested to take CAS-4 you may contract with me at banerjee.sambhu @ rediffmail.com

and my cell no is 9433050121. Wating for mail/call.

Thanks, S. Banerjee




Rajeev Nair
Finance Professional


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Posted On 15 December 2009 at 17:09

Hi-

I completely agree to views of Rajeshji on this thread- except a confusion as i had practical experience on this subject -

Ok, that we consider rejected/returned material as deemed input and enter the same to P-I

My question why the question of reversal of Duty arises. As ours was a PAINT Mfg.Co, we always used to get returned materials from Distributors due to XYZ reasons but not on Quality Grounds....ha..ha..

We used to take the same into PART-I, reprocess if needed and again there's a Sales transaction paying Duty on It. Please clarify...

 

 




Rajeev Nair
Finance Professional


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Posted On 15 December 2009 at 17:12

Dear Mr.Ramesh- enclosing here with Annexure-19 as attachment



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Manish Padmakar Sulakshane
Accountant


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Posted On 05 February 2010 at 08:51

Please any body explain me what is CAS-4 certificate?

in excise matter I know about that anly CAS-4 means Cost accounting standard 4 & in that we have furnished all detail regarding our material send to sister concern only, inthat we have all detail of consumed material, wages. overheads, i know this all but i am not able to get CAS-4 certificate, in my range they asking for that can send me CAS-4 certificate.

Please giv me urgently




S. Banerjee
Practising Cost Accountant. Core area- Central Excise. Service Tax Costing system installation including maintenance of Cost Records and Cost Audit and Management Audit mainly Revenue leakages Audit


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Posted On 16 February 2010 at 22:30

Mr. Manish,

CAS-4 is a Statement of cost of production of  an item manufactured/to be manufactured during the period which is to be collected from a practicing cost accountant of India.

Rule 8,  of the Central Excise Valuation (Determination of Price of Excisable Goods) Rules, 2000 provides where the excisable goods are not sold by the assessee but are used for consumption by him or on his behalf in the production or manufacture of other articles, the value shall be 110% of the cost of production or manufacture of such goods.

“The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India has issued Cost Accounting Standard i.e. CAS-4 titled ‘Cost of Production for Captive Consumption’ for determination the Cost of Production of a product based upon general principals of costing of a commodity” . The standard deals with determination of cost of production for captive consumption of a commodity.

Hope now it is clear to you,

Thanking you, S. Banerjee




K Kasiraman
Assistant Manager Legal and Statutory


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Posted On 23 October 2013 at 15:40

please send me the CAS 4 Certificate in Excel Format

 

Regards

K.KASIRAMAN



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