In case of exports under bond the Excise Duty will not be charged. But the Duty already paid on the raw materials which are used for manufacturing the finished goods can be utilised for paying any other duty (Excise or Service Tax). In case if there are no other sales apart from Export Sales, then the Assessee can apply for refund of duties paid on inputs from the Government.
Note: Before applying for Refund, its required to reverse the CENVAT Credit.
Refund/Reversal of CENVAT Credit
To reverse the CENVAT Credit,
Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounting Vouchers > Journal Voucher
Note: A separate Voucher Class should have been created before passing the Refund/Reversal entries.
Select the required Excise Unit from the list of Excise Units
Debit the ledger created for Refund Receivable and specify the refund amount which is claimable.
Credit CENVAT Ledgers and select the bill references for reversing the credit.
Similarly, select the Education Cess and Secondary Education Cess Ledgers also for the respective refunds/reversals.
Note: Refund Receivable Ledger is created under Current Assets Group.
The above Refund/Reversal entry will affect the following Excise Reports:
In Excise Computation the CENVAT Credit will be reduced to the extent of Reversal.
In ER1 the reversed CENVAT will be shown as utilisation of CENVAT Credit against row number 11 (Credit utilised for payment of Duty on goods).
In CENVAT Adjustment Summary and Availed report, the reversal amount will be shown as utilisation.
In Abstract the reversal of CENVAT Credit will appear under the column Credit Utilised for Payment of Duty on Goods.
In RG 23A Part II, the CENVAT Credit will be captured under the Debit columns and balance will be shown at the end of the report.