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Difference between Rule 6(1) and Rule 6(3)

Service Tax - Started By: - RAM SHARMA - Dated:- 6-8-2016 Last Replied Date:- 7-8-2016 - Dear Experts, What is the of cenvat credit rule 2004. Which rule is best for us if we are removing excisable goods and exempted services(Trading Goods) without keeping seperate record. Thanks - Reply By Rajagopalan Ranganathan - The Reply = Sir, Rule 6 (2) of Cenvat Credit Rules, 2004 provides that if your manufacturing dutiable excisable and exempted excisable goods or you are providing taxable service and .....

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m total of opening balance of the credit of input and input services available at the beginning of the period to which the payment relates and the credit of input and input services taken during that period; or; (ii) pay an amount as determined under sub-rule (3A). Sub-rule 3A provides a formula by which you have to calculate the amount of credit utilised for manufacture of exempted excisable goods and/or for providing exempted service. It is for you to take a decision about which method will be .....

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