valuation

Special Valuation Branch Under Customs Law

Custom Duty - You are aware that the ‘Special Valuation Branch was created as institution specialising in investing transactions involving relationship between foreign supplier and importer or those involving other special circumstances surrounding the sale of imported goods, both of which a bearing on the assessable value. ...

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Discounted Cash Flow- A Complex Valuation Method

Custom Duty - Despite being one of the most complex methods of stock valuation, Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) analysis gained wide popularity following the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929. Though DCF calculation has been used in some form or other since ancient times, it was formally expressed in modern economic terms for the first time by Mr Irving Fish...

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EBITDA Multiple – A Smart Valuation Method

Custom Duty - EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation) multiple is often called as Enterprise Multiple since it takes into account entire enterprise irrespective of capital structure. It takes into account a company's debt and cash levels in addition to its stock price and relates that value to the firm's cash profitabili...

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All about Price-To-Earnings Ratio (P/E)

Custom Duty - Price-To-Earnings Ratio is one of the simplest and most popular method of valuation which measures the price paid for a single share in comparison to its earnings per share. It is calculated by using the following formula:PE Ratio= Market Value Per Share / Earnings Per Share (EPS)...

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Key Valuation Methods

Custom Duty - Whether the capital markets are bearish or bullish, most of the investors generally face a common problem as to when to take position in a particular stock and when to exit so that they can maximize their profits. Investors usually want to know the value of stock that they are going to buy, hold or sell. The value of the stock may be the ...

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Micro-wave ovens, pre-packaged imported goods, mobile phones, watches, ready made garments, toy balloons, long pepper, replaceable household water filters to be cheaper

Custom Duty - Outright exemption from special additional duty provided to goods imported in a pre-packaged form for retail sale. This would also cover mobile phones, watches and ready-made garments even when they are not imported in pre-packaged form. The refund-based exemption is also being retained for cases not covered by the new dispensation. ...

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Clarification regarding inclusion of cost of return fare of vehicles in assessable value

Circular No. 923/13/2010-CX - (19/05/2010) - The Tribunal has in case of DCW Ltd. v. CCE [2007 (217) ELT 541 (Mad.)] held that “ where onward freight was not includible in the assessable value of the excisable goods, there was no question of return freight being included in the assessable value, whether or not the return freight was mentione...

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Reg. valuation of free sample of products under MRP based assessment

Circular No. 915/05/2010-CX - (19/02/2010) - Attention of field formations is invited to Board’s circular No. 813/10/2005-CX dated 25.4.2005 issued from F.No. 6/39/2000- CX1 wherein it was clarified that in the case of free samples, the value should be determined under Rule 4 of the Central Excise Valuation (Determination of Price of Excisab...

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Excise duty circular on Valuation of MS and HSD sold amongst OMCs – MOU – Withdrawal of instructions dated 14-2-2007

Circular No. 913/03/2010-CX - (03/02/2010) - In the aforesaid instructions field formations were directed to decide the cases pertaining to SCNs issued to the Oil companies on the inter company sale during the relevant period on the basis of the decision of CESTAT, Bangalore in the case of CCE Vishakhapatnam vs HPCL [2005 (187) ELT 479 (Tri.Ba...

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Special Valuation Branch Under Customs Law

You are aware that the ‘Special Valuation Branch was created as institution specialising in investing transactions involving relationship between foreign supplier and importer or those involving other special circumstances surrounding the sale of imported goods, both of which a bearing on the assessable value. ...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

Clarification regarding inclusion of cost of return fare of vehicles in assessable value

Circular No. 923/13/2010-CX (19/05/2010)

The Tribunal has in case of DCW Ltd. v. CCE [2007 (217) ELT 541 (Mad.)] held that “ where onward freight was not includible in the assessable value of the excisable goods, there was no question of return freight being included in the assessable value, whether or not the return freight was mentioned in the relevant invoices. The principl...

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Discounted Cash Flow- A Complex Valuation Method

Despite being one of the most complex methods of stock valuation, Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) analysis gained wide popularity following the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929. Though DCF calculation has been used in some form or other since ancient times, it was formally expressed in modern economic terms for the first time by Mr Irving Fish...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

EBITDA Multiple – A Smart Valuation Method

EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation) multiple is often called as Enterprise Multiple since it takes into account entire enterprise irrespective of capital structure. It takes into account a company's debt and cash levels in addition to its stock price and relates that value to the firm's cash profitabili...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

All about Price-To-Earnings Ratio (P/E)

Price-To-Earnings Ratio is one of the simplest and most popular method of valuation which measures the price paid for a single share in comparison to its earnings per share. It is calculated by using the following formula:PE Ratio= Market Value Per Share / Earnings Per Share (EPS)...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

Key Valuation Methods

Whether the capital markets are bearish or bullish, most of the investors generally face a common problem as to when to take position in a particular stock and when to exit so that they can maximize their profits. Investors usually want to know the value of stock that they are going to buy, hold or sell. The value of the stock may be the ...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

Micro-wave ovens, pre-packaged imported goods, mobile phones, watches, ready made garments, toy balloons, long pepper, replaceable household water filters to be cheaper

Outright exemption from special additional duty provided to goods imported in a pre-packaged form for retail sale. This would also cover mobile phones, watches and ready-made garments even when they are not imported in pre-packaged form. The refund-based exemption is also being retained for cases not covered by the new dispensation. ...

Read More
Posted Under: Excise Duty |

Reg. valuation of free sample of products under MRP based assessment

Circular No. 915/05/2010-CX (19/02/2010)

Attention of field formations is invited to Board’s circular No. 813/10/2005-CX dated 25.4.2005 issued from F.No. 6/39/2000- CX1 wherein it was clarified that in the case of free samples, the value should be determined under Rule 4 of the Central Excise Valuation (Determination of Price of Excisable Goods) Rules, 2000....

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Excise duty circular on Valuation of MS and HSD sold amongst OMCs – MOU – Withdrawal of instructions dated 14-2-2007

Circular No. 913/03/2010-CX (03/02/2010)

In the aforesaid instructions field formations were directed to decide the cases pertaining to SCNs issued to the Oil companies on the inter company sale during the relevant period on the basis of the decision of CESTAT, Bangalore in the case of CCE Vishakhapatnam vs HPCL [2005 (187) ELT 479 (Tri.Bang.)] as the SLP filed by the department...

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Leave out freight, insurance in calculatuion of Assessable Value for Excise Duty : SC

The Supreme Court has held that freight and insurance charges are not to be taken into account in determining the value of goods for imposing excise duty. A Bench headed by Justice S B Sinha, while dismissing the Commissioner of Central Excise’s appeal, asked the (Excise) Department to pay Rs 25,000 to a manufacturer of electronic meter...

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Posted Under: Excise Duty |

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