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Note on Amendment to Application for Central Excise Registration & Quarterly Return for Importers

CBEC amends Annexure-1 in Form A-1 (Application for Central Excise Registration); Includes 'importer' under Part I (Identification of business requiring registration) and also as a separate category under Serial No. 3; Further, notifies quarterly return form for registered importers w.e.f April 1, 2014; Amends Notification No. 35/2001 CE (N.T) dated June 26, 2001 and supercedes Notification No. 73/2003 CE(N.T) dated September 15, 2003: Finance Ministry Notifications.


Fin Min notifies Central Excise (Amendment) Rules, 2014 and CENVAT Credit (Fourth Amendment) Rules, 2014 w.e.f April 1, 2014; Requires importers issuing invoices eligible for CENVAT credit to mandatorily register with Central Excise Authorities; Such registered importers to submit quarterly return electronically within fifteen days from close of each quarter of a year to the Superintendent of Central Excise; Amends Rules 9(1) of Central Excise Rules, 2002 and Rule 9(8) of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004 : Finance Ministry Notifications 

Finance Ministry vide. Notification No. 17 / 18 of 2013-C.E.(N.T.) included importer as 'first stage dealer', requiring Central Excise registration which were to come into effect from March 1, 2014. However, the said notifications were rescinded by Finance Ministry vide. Notification No. 5 / 6 of 2014 - C.E. (N.T.).



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AmtInWords.xla is attached to this mail. It is an MS Excel Add-in written by me to convert amount available in figures to words.
Copy the attached file to the folder where excel stores the add-ins. (To know where excel stores the add-ins, open any workbook, click on Tools - Add-ins - Browse)
Then open an excel workbook. Click on Tools - Add-ins - Browse - Give the path to this Addin - Ok
You can use the functions AmtInWords and AmtInWordsUS in any worksheet. The syntax is:
=AmtInWords(decimal number/cell reference, [currency code])
=AmtInWordsUS(decimal number/cell reference, [currency code])
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=AmtInWordsUS(B3) ' Shall give the amount in millions (US format)
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=AmtInWords(C4,"GBP") ' Shall give the amount in lakhs and in UK currency (Pounds)
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