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Input Service Credit on Govt Organisation Invoice

Service Tax - Started By: - Swapneswar muduli - Dated:- 18-10-2015 Last Replied Date:- 22-10-2015 - Dear Sir,We are a manufacturer ,our employee gone for a training course of a Government organization ( Government of India Ministry of Communications .....

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r Muduli - Reply By Rajagopalan Ranganathan - The Reply = Sir, Before taking credit you have to establish the nexus between the training under gone by your employees and the final product manufactured by you or the output service provided by you. The .....

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By KASTURI SETHI - The Reply = Since the training has been provided by an institute which is department of Govt. of India. This department falls under the definition of 'GOVERNMENT' as per new definition. Most of the services provided by the .....

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ider, you cannot take credit. - Reply By ashish chaudhary - The Reply = You can take the credit based on the invoice of service provider. You need not to verify the applicability of tax or otherwise at the service provider end. In my view, even if wr .....

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ise a person will become stagnant water. I differ with you on the ground that if any assessee whether manufacturer or Service Provider pays Central Excise duty or Service Tax in excess on any ground whatever may be, that is unlawful and thus Cenvat C .....

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2%. I Practically also, the department never allows such wrong credit. A manufacturer or Service Provider who pays duty or ST in excess can claim refund and then what will be the fate of the Cenvat Credit passed in excess. It is not possible for the .....

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