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Cenvat scheme is a beneficent piece of legislation and unless it is shown that the items are specifically excluded from the definitions of the terms “inputs”, “input service” or “capital goods”, Cenvat Credit cannot be denied to a manufacturer of final products or provider of output service.
The cenvat credit cannot be availed on inputs, input services, capital goods which are used to provide exempted services. Rule 2(e) of Cenvat Credit Rules...Read more
In the union budget it was announced that jewelry excluding Silver jewellery other than which stubbed with diamonds and precious stones will be liable to excise duty from 01.03.2016. In order to bring the jewelry people in tax bracket, government started imposing excise duty on jewelry. As per the basic understanding, the liability to pay Central Excise duty is on the person who manufactures the goods irrespective whether he has manufactured on his own or has done...Read more
Finally CBEC by notification 14/2016-CE(NT) has brought out the required clarification as to from which date the period of one year was required to be counted for the purpose of limitation in filing the refund application by the manufacturers exporters and service exporters under Rule 5 of Cenvat Credit Rules.
This issue was more of a concern for the service provider, as notification 27/2012-CE(NT) had referred filing of refund claim before the expiry of the period specified in...Read more