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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should
open or create.

1. Vat on Sales
2. Vat on Purchases
3. Excise on Sales
4. Excise on Purchases
5. Service Tax Input
6. Service Tax Output

It’s urgent for me.

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / h.r. sreepada bhagi

Input VAT, Excise Duty, Service Tax (i.e. on Purchase of
goods or services) under 'Current Assets, Loans & Advances'
- These are assets and can be set-off against payable.

Output VAT, Excise Duty, Service (i.e. on Sales or on
service income) under 'Current Liabilities & Provisions' -
These are liabilities and payable to the respective
government department after setting off the Input Credit.

In the period end Balance Sheet the balance should be shown
either under assets or liabilities after setting off the
respective accounts.

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / m.balraj goud&ravikiran

DUTIES&TAXES UNDER THIS HEAD THE LEDGERS CAN BE OPEN OR
CREATE.

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / h.r. sreepada bhagi

'Duties & Taxes' is a Profit & Loss A/c account head & all
the A/cs mentioned in the question are related to Balance Sheet.

Get to the basics of Accounting, Any tax collected is
payable to the Government & so should come under Current
Liabilities and any tax charged in the bills for purchase of
goods & services is an asset if the concerned law entitles
the purchaser to Tax Credit. In the period end balance
sheet, Excess of Input Credit over tax payable shall be
shown under 'Current Assets, Loans & Advances' and excess of
Taxes collected over input tax credit should be shown under
'Current Liabilities & provisions'.

Advice to those posting the answers - If u do not know
proper accounting treatment, don't post an answer which will
mislead the readers.

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / chowdary

duties & taxes for input vat(current assets)

duties & taxes for out put vat (current liabilities)

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / amit

Duty & Taxes

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / viswanatha

1. vat on sale
Ans. output vat under heads duties and taxes
(current liabilities)
2.vat on purchases
Ans.input vat under heads duties and taxes (current liabilities)
3.excise on sales
Ans. outputexcise under heads duties and taxes(current liabilities)
4.excise on purchase
Ans.inputexcise under heads duties and taxes (current liabilities)
5.service tax input
Ans.inputservice tax under heads duties and taxes (current liabilities)
6.service tax output
Ans.outputservice tax under heads duties and taxes(current liabilities)

All account packages Leger creates are same types

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / thiru

Duties& taxes

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / yash

sreepada bhagi tum over smart ban rahe ho zuber ji aap unhe or over smart bana rahe ho ,
pahle to ye batiye sir 'Duties & Taxes' is a Profit & Loss A/c account head" ye jo apne likha hai its not right. first of all sreepada bhagi ji i think u read a 11th class accounts book, u must clear ur basic and then post

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / raman biswas

actually there are two types of method to maintain our accounts
1st is account only
2nd is account with inventory
when we do account only then generally we put input vat as current assets which means we had purchased or received vat which we had to pay to government.
as like as out put vat is a current liabilities which we have to pay to government

but we also put both of them in duties and taxes because this is a duty to pay.(this is generally used when we maintain accounts with inventory)

thankyou all of you

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Please tell me under which heads following ledgers should open or create. 1. Vat on Sales 2. ..

Answer / guest

Current Laibilities

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