STEP 1: Following is the path For to Maintain the  SERIES GROUP

  • IMG activity path : 
  • Transaction code : SPRO

STEP 2: Click on execute button to Maintain the  SERIES GROUP 

STEP 3: Then Click on New Entry (  Following type Window will Open)

STEP 4: Update the Following Data

  • Give Code to SERIES GROUP 
  •  SERIES GROUP : A system object that excise registration use, in India, to organize the various types of excise documents into groups.We group excise documents to reflect the way that the excise documents are organized in our excise registrations.The system numbers each group separately, using a separate number range interval for each.
    • In Other Word : It determines the number range for the Outgoing Excise Invoice .Various types of Excise documents are organised into groups . Each group is assigned different number range interval.These groups are known as "Series Group".Multiple Series Group can be defined for a Excise
  • Series Description : Maintain the series group description as per your requirement.
  • Excise Registration number : This will be the same number which we have maintained initially while Maintaining the excise registration.
  • No utilization :- The box should me marked only when we require the Excis eInvoice but we dont want to take the CENVAT utilization.There will be not be Accounting /PART-2 posting.
  • Immediate Utilization: A mark in this Box will instruct the system to to pay the amount from CENVAT & create entries in Part II, as soon as you create Ex. Invocie. These Invoice will not be listed in Fortnight Utilization. Account Determination for the Immediate Utilization and Fortnight Utilization programme will be same.
  • EXPORT PERIOD : The export period applies to exports under bond and exports under claim for rebate. The maximum length of time that we are allowed to export goods from India after we have removed them from our premises.If we exceed the export period, we forego the exemption from basic excise duty and we must pay the excise duty to the excise authorities.If we try to change an ARE-1 after the end of the export period, the system issues a warning message. We then have two options:

    • If we manage to obtain an extension from the excise department, we enter the extension date in the ARE-1. This effectively extends the ARE-1’S export period.
    • Otherwise in the case of exports under bond we must pay the excise duty plus interest. In the case of exports under claim for rebate, we forego the excise duty already paid. We then close the ARE-1 as normal.
  • REBATE Period : Under India’s exports under rebate scheme, the maximum length of time that we are allowed to reclaim any excise duty that we have paid on exports. The system does not offer any functions for controlling, which ARE-1s have exceeded the rebate period. SAP recommends that we create our own program for this purpose, if we wish.

  • Fast credit :Automatically credits the excise duty from ARE-1s back to the running bond 
  • account as soon as you enter the date on which you received the countersigned ARE-1 back from 
  • the customs office.Otherwise, the system does not credit the duty back until the local excise 
  • authorities confirm that the export has been completed.The indicator must be selected only 
  • when you have an agreement with your local excise department to this effect.
  • ADDRESS : If we use the exports under excise regulations solution, enter a default customs address for this series group. Otherwise leave the field blank. When a user creates an ARE-1 in this series group in the ARE DOCUMENTS transaction, the system automatically proposes this address for the customs department. The address is shown on print out of ARE-1s.
    • We define addresses in customizing for Logistic-General, by choosing Tax on Goods Movements > India > Basic Settings > Maintain postal addresses.

  • ARE-1 : A form, in India, that companies has to fill out when they remove excisable goods from there manufacturing plants for export. The form exempts them from paying excise duty when they remove the goods from their premises Click Here to read more about this

STEP 5 : Click on Save Button to store Configured data

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