E-excise Return Filing
In India, excise or excise duty or central excise duty is known as indirect tax imposed and
imposed on goods produced in India. The manufacturer or retailer who charges the tax to the
government is required to seek to reclaim the tax by increasing the amount charged by the
consumer. The supplier or distributor will then request a refund of the excise tax. As per
the new rules and regulations, the supplier may file an electronic return of the excise
duty. This is called e-filing of excise return.
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Central excise returns provides details of production, excise duty applicable and paid to
Government. It also captures details of credit offset claimed and other related details.
This ensures accurate assessment of tax collections. Zero reports are required to be
submitted in compliance with the relevant calendar, even though there is no sale.
Central Excise Duty: Central Excise Duty is due on a monthly basis on the 5th of the
next month. Duty can be charged by the current account (Personal Ledger Account) or CENVAT
Loan. Large scale exempted units are expected to pay duty on the 15th of the month after the
conclusion of the month. Duty is required to online or via theTR-6 Challan by bank networks.
The specified Challan formTR-6 should be filled out with information such as the company's
name and 15 digit ECC number, excise commissioner's code number/ ate / division / range,
Filing of Central Excise Return: The Central Excise Return should be submitted prior
to the date 10th of the following month. In case of dealer, the excise return shall be filed
on quarterly basis. Following are the forms and description of returns
Filing of Periodical Returns
- ER-1: Manufacturer not eligible for SSI Concession
- ER-2: EOU Unit;
- ER-3: Quarterly Return BY SSI
- Weekly return
- E-filling/e-payment of central excise duty.
- ER-4: Annual Financial Information Statement
- ER-5: Information relating to Principal Inputs
- ER-6: Monthly return of reception and use of each of the key inputs
- Return in type ER-7
- Revenue Statement
Level of Central Excise Returns : SSI units should file the returns quarterly within
20 days of end of quarter and others should file it monthly within 10 days of end of month.