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Classes, Appointment of officers of Customs & Central Excise

It is essential that officers working in various wings of Customs, Excise and Service tax department remain aware of legal provisions relating to their appointment, powers and functions under three main tax laws dealing with in-direct taxes, namely, Customs Act, 1962; Central Excise Act, 1944 and the Finance Act, 1994....

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Summons under Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax Laws

A successful investigation is substantially dependent on a good interrogation and recording of statements to convert the findings into admissible evidence. The process involves questioning a suspect or a witness to seek information leading to solution of a case of evasion being investigated. ...

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Panchnama in Customs, Excise & Service tax proceedings

If any officer is interested in preparing E-book on any topic relating to Customs, Central Excise or Service Tax, he may forward the E-book prepared by him to the Email addresses mentioned above. After necessary vetting, we will include the same in our E-book library for benefit of all Departmental officers and name of the officer who has...

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Appeals Before Commissioner (Appeals) in Excise /Customs/Service Tax

In the Indirect Taxation, both assessee and department have been conferred with a right of two or three stage appellate remedies. Against the orders passed by the officers who are lower than the rank of Principal Commissioner of Central Excise/Customs/Service Tax or Commissioner of Central Excise/ Customs /Service Tax, the first appeal li...

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7 steps for implementation of Sevottam in Indirect Taxes

The word Sevottam is a combination of two Hindi words: Seva (Service) and Uttam (Excellent). It means Service Excellence, emphasizing the idea of Service. It symbolizes the change in mindset within the Government, from administration and control to service and enablement....

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All about Filing of Appeal before CESTAT Forms Part-IV

In this e-book, various forms specified for filing appeals by the party or the Department or filing memorandum of Cross objections before Tribunal under the relevant sections of Customs Act, 1962, Central Excise Act, 1944 and the Finance Act, 1994 have been given....

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All about Concept of Call Book in Indirect Taxes

In this E-book, attempts have been made to explain Concept of Call Book in Customs & Central Excise Department. It is expected that it will help departmental officers in their day to day work....

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All about Filing of Appeal before CESTAT: Circulars-Part III

Though all efforts have been made to make this document error free, but it is possible that some errors might have crept into the document. If you notice any errors, the same may be brought to the notice to the NACEN, RTI, Kanpur on the Email address: rtinacenkanpur@yahoo.co.in. This may not be a perfect E-book. If you have any suggestion...

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Deterrent Action against tax evaders under Central Excise laws

To deal firmly with the problem of planned and deliberate non-compliance of tax laws, and put in place deterrent provisions to discourage default, concept of deterrent Action against Tax Evaders was inserted under Central Excise Laws...

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All about Filing of Appeal before CESTAT- PART II

In this E-book, attempts have been made to explain about the Filing of Appeal before CESTAT. It is expected that it will help departmental officers in their day to day work....

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Find out all the latest news on Excise Duty here at Taxguru.in. Read all the relevant excise duty notifications and excise duty articles only with Taxguru.

In today’s economic scenario the significance of taxes has increased and it now not limited to being a financial aid for the Governments. The Union or the Central Government imposes several taxes together with their state governments. Some of the taxes are also levied by local Municipalities as well. Excise Duty comes under the taxes which are levied by the Central Government as per the provisions laid out in the Excise Duty Act, Excise Duty Rules and Excise Duty notifications formulated by the Government.

Excise duty is an indirect tax which is levied on goods manufactured in India and are intended for home consumption. Manufacturing of the goods is the taxable event and the excise duty liability arises as and when the goods are produced. Excise duty is a tax on manufacturing that is payable by a manufacturer of goods, who passes the incidence on to their customers. The CBEC (Central Board of Excise and Customs) is the governing authority and it functions under Union Ministry of Finance’s Department of Revenue. Under the power conferred by the Central Excise Act, 1944, the Central Government levies taxes on production or manufacturing of goods. The excise tax rates are stated under the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985.

At Taxguru, we provide you all the latest news on excise duty together with all the updates and excise duty notifications. We at regular intervals publish excise duty articles and blogs for the benefit of our readers. Get to know all the latest developments in the Excise Tax Act and all the latest amendments at Taxguru. Find out all the excise duty news and updates with respect to excise duty here at Taxguru. We ensure that we bring you all the accurate and comprehensive coverage relating to excise duty in India