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posted 13 Jun 2014, 04:46 by Unknown user
 I.  For e-payment, assessees should open a net banking account with one of the authorized banks (currently there are 28 banks), list of which is available on the EASIEST (Electronic Accounting System in Excise and Service Tax) website of CBEC, maintained by NSDL(https://cbec.nsdl.com/EST/). Payment through ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank can be done by assesses for select Commissionerates only, list of which is published in the aforesaid EASIEST website. Payment through all other authorized banks can be made for all Commissionerates.    
    II.  For effecting payment, assessees can access the ACES website (http://www.aces.gov.in/) and click on the e-payment link that will take them to the EASIEST portal (https://cbec.nsdl.com/EST/) or they can directly visit the EASIEST portal.    
                  III.  Procedure for e-Payment:
    a. To pay Excise Duty and Service Tax online, the assessee has to enter the 15 digit Assessee Code allotted by the department under erstwhile SACER/SAPS or the current application ACES.
    b. There will be an online check on the validity of the Assessee Code entered.
    c. If the Assessee code is valid, then corresponding assessee details like name, address, Commissionerate Code etc. as present in the Assessee Code Master will be displayed.
    d. Based on the Assessee Code, the duty / tax i.e. Central Excise duty or Service Tax to be paid will be automatically selected.
    e.The assessee is required to select the type of duty / tax to be paid by clicking on Select Accounting Codes for Excise or Select Accounting Codes for Service Tax, depending on the type of duty / tax to be paid.
    f. At a time the assessee can select up to six Accounting Codes.
    g. The assessee should also select the bank through which payment is to be made.
    h. On submission of data entered, a confirmation screen will be displayed. If the taxpayer confirms the data entered in the screen, it will be directed to the net-banking site of the bank selected.
    i. The taxpayer will login to the net-banking site with the user id/ password, provided by the bank for net-banking purpose, and will enter payment details at the bank site.
    j.On successful payment, a challan counterfoil will be displayed containing CIN, payment details and bank name through which e-payment has been made. This counterfoil is proof of payment made.
                34.  Updated eFiling utilities for all Central Excise and Service Tax Returns have been released and can be downloaded using the Download link on homepage.    
                35.  Now you can make e-payment of your duty liabilities though ACES by selecting e-Payment option on homepage.    
                36.  Learning Management Software in Central Excise for Registration, Returns, Claims and Intimations, Exports, Provisional Assessment, Refunds, Dispute Resolution modules, and in Service Tax for Registration, Returns, Provisional Assessment, Refunds, Dispute Resolution modules has been uploaded on ACES website. You can visit Help option to access the same.    
                37.  Downloadable version of Learning Management Software (LMS) is available in the Download section of ACES Homepage.    
                38.  Power Point Presentation on ACES for Assesses is available in the Help section of ACES Homepage.    
                39.  The Automation of Central Excise and Service Tax [ACES] application has been rolled out in all 104 Central Excise, Service Tax and Large Tax Payers Commissionerates across India.(Click here to see details)