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Excise duties in India, 1894-2001

Excise duties in India, 1894-2001

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Published by The Foundation in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Excise tax -- India -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (leaves 33-34).

      Statementprepared by the Research Wing of Indian Tax Foundation.
      ContributionsIndian Tax Foundation. Research Wing.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ5707.I4 E93 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 leaves ;
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3592623M
      LC Control Number2002296861

        The Government has exempted gifts items received from foreign country to persons residing in India from the whole of custom duty under Foreign Trade Act. In the present scenario, import of goods up to the value of Rs. 5,/- is allowed as gift, duty free. In India, excise duty is levied in accordance with the provisions of Central Excise Act, It is the basic Act which lays down the law relating to levy and collection of Central Excise duty. The Act empowers the Central Government to make rules in pursuance of the Act. Accordingly, the following set of rules has been framed: .

      Excise Duty is a duty charged on specific goods and services manufactured locally or imported on varying rates. It is charged in both specific and ad valorem rates. Wine, spirits, beer, soft drinks, mineral water, fruit juices, Recorded DVD,VCD,CD and audio tapes, cigarettes, tobacco, petroleum products and Natural gas. Excise duty is duty levied on goods manufactured in, or imported into, Singapore. The duties are based on ad valorem or specific rates. An ad valorem rate is a percentage of the goods’ customs value (for example, 20% of the customs value).

        Accordingly, the duty leviable under the compounded levy scheme has been modified. In this regard, notification No/Central Excise dated as amended by notification No/Central Excise dated 11th July, , notification No/Central Excise dated as amended by notification No/Central Excise dated 11th .   In india perspective Excise duty is a form of indirect tax levied by the government. It is a duty which a manufacturers need to pay at the time of the clearance of goods from their duty levied is passed to the end user that's the .


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Excise duties in India, 1894-2001 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Excise Duty Act, governs the regulations related to excise duty in India and the tax is administered by the Central Board of Excise and Customs. Types of Excise Duty. Here are the different types of excise duties: Basic Excise Duty: Basic Excise Duty is levied under Section 3 of the Central Excises and Salt Act,   India Customs Duty & Import Duty in India Custom Tariff & Tax of,, and Information Valid and Updated till 14 May Last Update Made 05 th July, The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) is a part of the Department of Revenue under the Ministry of Finance.

It deals with the tasks of formulation of policy concerning levy and collection of customs and central excise duties and prevention of smuggling. The excise duties are basically ad valorem taxes and the valuation of goods is done as mentioned in the Central Excise Act Tariff value: The tariff value is decided by notifications issued by the Central Government and the 4/5(16).

Excise duty is a form of tax imposed on goods for their production, licensing and sale. An indirect tax paid to the Government of India by producers of goods, excise duty is the opposite of Customs duty in that it applies to goods manufactured domestically in the country, while Customs is levied on those coming from outside of the country.

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Excise duties are indirect taxes on the sale or use of specific products, such as alcohol, tobacco and energy. The revenue from these excise duties goes entirely to the country to which they are paid.

In this section, you will find more information on: The common provisions; Excise duties on Alcohol; Excise duties on Tobacco; Excise duties on Energy. There are no taxes on importing books and you may import goods up to the value of duty free provided they are sent as gifts to you.

Published in: Online Shopping - India. Meet the Author. Web Geek, Tech Columnist. Amit Agarwal is a Google Developer Expert in GSuite and Google Apps Script. He holds an engineering degree in Computer. Customs and Excise – Refer to needs and necessary works of General Department of Customs and Excise ORDER Term 1 Establish working group to make book of legislative procedure of cargos clearance as composition is stated as below: 1.

PHA ENG VENG Director, Department of Customs Regime Head 2. SOK SOVITHYEA Deputy Director, Department File Size: 2MB. FREE SEARCH, Updated New Customs Duty India, New Customs Duty after Budget, Indian Customs Duty Calculator, Customs Tariff India, Import Duty India, CVD, Special Duty, Additional Duty, Custom Duty Structure, Customs Duty of Chapter 01 to Chapter 98 updated till   Basic - Excise Duty, imposed under section 3 of the 'Central Excises and Salt Act' of on all excisable goods other than salt produced or manufactured in India.

Three different types of Central Excise Duties exist in India. They are listed below: Basic Excise Duty In India Excise Duty, imposed under section 3 of the ‘Central Excises and Salt Act’ of on all excisable goods other than salt produced or manufactured in India, at the rates set forth in the schedule to the Central Excise tariff Act,falls under the category of Basic Excise.

Custom Duty is an indirect tax levied on import or export of goods in and out of country. When goods are imported from outside, the tax known as import custom duty. when goods are exported outside India, the tax is known as export custom duty. The tax collected by Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs.

Custom Duty in India. Custom duty in India is defined under the Customs Act, and enables the government to levy duty on exports and imports, prohibit export and import of goods, procedures for importing/exporting and offences, penalties etc.

All matters related to custom duty fall under the Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC). Class – VI Sem. (All) Subject – Indirect Ta Anurag Nagar, Behind Press Complex, Indore (M.P.) Ph.:2 Unit I Central Excise Duty is an important source of revenue for Govt. of India. Revenue received from Central Excise about 2 Lac Crores Stands in second rank after Income TaxFile Size: 1MB.

Excise Duties. The Excise Invoice Posting subprocess records the excise taxes for each receipt by crediting the CENVAT Clearing account and debiting the appropriate CENVAT account.

The CENVAT accounts are the ChartField combinations listed on the Tax Location - ChartFields page by Excise Account Type. Excise duty is a form of indirect tax that is levied when goods are manufactured or produced.

The Central Government has been given the mandate to impose the same under Entry 84 in the Union List of the Seventh Schedule read with Article of the Indian Constitution. The excise duty falls under the Excise Duty Act, The State Government charges them on certain goods such as narcotics, alcohol or alcoholic products, the duty charges on other goods are collected by the Central Government, hence the term, ‘ Central Excise Duty’.

An excise, or excise tax, is any duty on manufactured goods that is levied at the moment of manufacture rather than at sale. Excises are often associated with customs duties (which are levied on pre-existing goods when they cross a designated border in a specific direction); customs are levied on goods that come into existence – as taxable items – at the border, while excise.

Changes to Customs Duties in India The recent changes to customs duties in India have been mentioned as below: The basic customs duty for Live SPF L. Vannamei has been brought down to 10 percent from 30%. For pistachios the BCD has been reduced from 30 percent to 10%.

The basic customs duty for sun-dried dark seedless raisin is now 30 percent.5/5(8). Union excise duty is a type of indirect tax on goods manufactured in India.

Description: Union excise duties are levied in accordance with the rates mentioned in Schedule I and II of the Central Excise Tariff Act, The taxable event here is the 'Manufacture'. The burden of taxation is, however, passed on to the consumers by the.Custom Duty in India.

Custom duty India came into existence under the Customs Act, & allows the government of India to levy customs duty on imports and exports, prohibit import and export of goods, procedures for importing or exporting & offenses, penalties, etc.All of these are taxes and different words are used to identify the way the taxes will be charged and the money will be used.

Of the words in the question, 'levy' is not a tax, but a verb that means 'the act of charging the tax. (Eg. Govt will lev.