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The CENVAT CREDIT RULES, 2004 have been recently amended vide Notification No. 13/2016 – CE (N.T.) dated 01/03/2016. Rule 6 of the cenvat rules, which provided for the procedures to be followed in case assessee is engaged in manufacturing taxable as well as exempt goods/ providing taxable as well as exempt services, has also been changed significantly. In the write-up, I have tried to present the practical aspects of this rule in an easy to understand manner, such that even if any person is reading the rules for the first time, he may grasp its logic quickly. #pdf
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http://www.prakharjain2244.wordpress.com 1 Rule 6 of CCR, 2004 (As amended by FA, 2016) •This rule does not apply. CENVATcredit can be claimed normally Case 1-If Manufacturer/ Service Provider only produces/ provides taxablegoods/ services •This Rule applies. Effectively, no CENVATcredit can be claimed at all Case 2-If Manufacturer/ Service Provider only produces/ provides exemptedgoods/ services •One of the two Options as described below must be exercised Case 3-If Manufacturer produces both exempted and non-exempted goods/ Service Provider provides both exempted and non- exempted services Option 1-Pay(Reverse credit) the following amt every month (by the 5th of next month, and by 31st March for the month of March) For manufacturer 6%of the valueofexempted goods produced For service provider 7%of the value of exempted services provided Option 2-Payamount as calculated under Sub-Rule 3A http://www.prakharjain2244.wordpress.com 2 Let T= total CCr taken in the month A= CCr on (inputs+input services) used exclusively for Exempted G&S (ineligible, required to pay) B= CCr on (inputs+input services) used exclusively for Taxable G&S (eligible, thus not required to pay) C= T-A-B Remaining common credit[CCr on (inputs+input services) used for both taxable as well as exempted G&S] (bifurcated into two) D= C*E/F (See E&F besides and then analyse) (D is proportionate ineligible CCr) (Need to pay) G=C-D (the remaining portion of common credit, eligible, thus not required to pay) Assessee needs to calculate every month the below "A, B, C, D, G"; and - Pay= A+D Retain= B+G (When to pay? -by the 5th of next month, and by 31st March for the month of March) E = Total value of EXEMPTED (Goods+Services) in the PREVIOUS FY F = Total value of ALL (Goods+Services) in the PREVIOUS FY Now, at the end of Financial Year, we need to calculate the same figures but "Annually"-["An." denotes Annual] Let T (An.)= Total CCr taken in the financial year A(An.)= CCr on (inputs+input services) used exclusively for Exempted G&S in the whole FY (ineligible, required to pay) B(An.)= CCr on (inputs+input services) used exclusively for taxable G&S in the whole FY (eligible, thus not required to pay) C(An.)= T(An.)-A(An.)- B(An.) (bifurcated into two) D(An.)= C(An.)*H/I G(An.) =C(An.)- D(An.) H = Total value of EXEMPTED (Goods+Services) in the CURRENT FY I = Total value of ALL (Goods+Services) in the CURRENT FY *G&S = Goods and Services http://www.prakharjain2244.wordpress.com 3 An Important fact (in case you missed it)that should be noticed is that, we had calculated D usingE & F, which are based on turnover of "PREVIOUS FY" But D(An.) has been calculated using H & I, which are based on turnovers of "CURRENT FY". The Government wants us to pay only A(An.) & D(An.), but they cannot be calculated before the end of FY (since they are based on turnovers of the FY). So, the law requires that we calculate and pay A & D every month, and then at the end of the FY, we 1. Calculate A(An.) & D(An.), 2. Set-offthe earlier monthly paid amounts, 3. Then pay/ receive the differentialamount. The Final Settlement is to be made on or before the 30th June of the next FY. Settlement Amount= [A(An.) + D(An.) ] − [Aggregate of monthly (A + D) for the whole FY] If positive -pay the differential amount If negative -take cenvat credit of the differential amount http://www.prakharjain2244.wordpress.com 4 Note 1: Some miscellaneous but important points – 1. This amended provision will come into force from the 1st of April 2016. (But there is an option for assessees to exercise this option for the FY 2015-16 too, as specified in clause 3AB of Rule 6) 2. Once any one of the two options has been exercised, it shall be applicable to all goods produced/ services provided and cannot be withdrawn for the remaining part of the Financial Year. 3. If the amounts are not paid within the prescribed time-limits, then interest @ 15% per annum will be applicable. Note 2: Comparing new rule with the previous rule- In the old rule (which is technically the current rule when I am writing this), there were three options – i. Maintaining separate books of accounts ii. Paying a specified %tage of the exempted turnover (Same as option 1 of new rule) iii. Determining amount payable using some formulas After reading both the rules, we realize that Option 2 of the new rule is nothing but a combination of Option1 and Option 3 of the old rule. Note 3: If 2nd option has been exercised, then following formalities must be done- I. The Assessee must INTIMATE to the SUPERINTENDENT- 1. Name, Address and registration number 2. Date from which the option has been exercised/ is proposed to be exercised 3. Description of- a. Inputs/ Input Services used exclusively for manufacturing exempt goods or providing exempt services b. Such exempt goods and services http://www.prakharjain2244.wordpress.com 5 c. Inputs/ Input Services used exclusively for manufacturing taxable goods or providing taxable services d. Such taxable goods and services 4. The amount of Cenvat credit lying in balance as on the date of exercising this option II. The Assessee must INTIMATE to the SUPERINTENDENT, WITHIN 15 DAYS from the date of final payment/ settlement, - 1. The monthly amounts A, B, D, G that had been calculated/ paid for the whole FY. 2. The annual amounts A(An.), B(An.), D(An.), G(An.) calculated for the FY. 3. The date and amount of final settlement, i.e., the “Differential amount” which was paid or equivalent to which cenvat credit was taken. 4. Interest that is payable/ paid for late payment of the “final settlement amount”. (The last date is 30th June)




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