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CDR wise list of assessees having temporary registration of Central Excise and Service Tax of all the jurisdictions have been uploaded on http://centralexcisechennai.gov.in. This list may be utilised for taking action for conversion of all non-PAN based registrants to PAN based ones.                       Manufacturers of articles of jewellery falling under CETH 7113 can get registered by selecting the jewellery -7113 as Business Category in the A1 application form.                       New Accounting Codes have been allotted to Infrastructure Cess vide Pr.CCA, CBEC, New Delhi's OM NO. Coord/13-6/h/A/c/Vol.VIII/333 Dt. 28-3-2016. Assessees may tender their payments through EASIEST website (https://cbec-easiest.gov.in/). For details see WHAT'S NEW section.                       Specified jewellery manufacturers and manufacturers of readymade garments and made up articles of textiles are exempted from Physical verification of premises for their registration (Refer 6/2016-CE(NT) dt.1.3.2016). In case any automatic mail intimating the date and time of physical verification is received by such registrants, the mail may please be ignored.                       The utility for filing Service Tax Return (ST-3) for the period October, 2015 to March, 2016 is available in both offline and online version.For details, please see (What's New).                       PAN is mandatory for obtaining Service Tax Registration for applicants other than Government Departments.For details, please see (What's New).                       All Central Excise and Service Tax assessees shall update their e-mail id and mobile number.                       Assessees having non-PAN based registration number, shall convert to PAN based registration number (Refer Notification No.7/2015-CE dtd 1.3.2015 and Order No. 1/2015-ST dtd 28.2.2015).                       New simplified procedure set for Registration in Central Excise vide Circular No. 997/4/2015-CX dated 28.02.2015 and in Service Tax vide Order No. 01/2015 - Service Tax dated 28.02.2015 (Please see details on CBEC site www.cbec.gov.in).                       With effect from 1st October 2014, every assessee shall electronically pay the service tax payable by him, through internet banking vide notification 9/2014-ST dated 11.07.2014.                       In case of any difficulty in accessing the ACES Application, the assessee can contact the ACES Service Desk either by sending e-mail to aces.servicedesk@icegate.gov.in or by calling up National Toll-free number 1800 425 4251.                       HELP DESK: The ACES Service Desk functions on working days from Monday to Friday between 9 AM and 7 PM and on Saturdays between 9 AM to 2.30 PM.                      
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ACES CFCs





About Us
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ACES Certified Facilitation Centres (CFCs)

     CBEC has entered into MoUs with Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) and the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) for setting of ACES Certified Facilitation Centres (CFCs) by their Members. These Centres will be set up by eligible Members of ICAI/ICWAI/ICSI, holding valid Certificates of Practice issued by the Institutes. This initiative aims at providing services to taxpayers who may not have requisite IT infrastructure/resources, to use ACES. The services would be available to the assessees on payment of prescribed service charges for various services such as digitisation of paper documents and on-line filing/ uploading of documents such as Application for Registration, Returns, Claims, Permissions and Intimations etc. in ACES.    
     Authorized persons of ACES Certified Facilitation Centres (CFCs), can work in ACES on behalf of Central Excise and Service Tax assessee. On being certified by these Institutes, after due scrutiny of applications by them, mails will be sent by the ACES application directly to the CFCs conveying a temporary User ID and Password. The Institutes will be intimated about the issue of User IDs and Passwords. When the authorized persons of the CFCs log in to the ACES application, by using these temporary IDs/PWs, they will be asked to change both. By using CFC's own User ID and Password, CFCs can log into the ACES application and perform the activities that an assessee can perform in ACES namely registration as an assesse, e-filing of returns, filing of refund claims etc.    
  
  
     ICAI ICWAI ICSI
List of MoUs Click here for MoU with ICAI

Click here for Supplementary MoU with ICAI

Click here for Extension of MoU with ICAI
Click here for MoU with ICWAI

Click here for Supplementary MoU with ICWAI

Click here for Extension of MoU with ICWAI
Click here for MoU with ICSI

Click here for Supplementary MoU with ICSI

Click here for Extension of MoU with ICSI
List of CFCs List of ICAI CFCs Registered with ACES List of ICWAI CFCs Registered with ACES List of ICSI CFCs Registered with ACES
    
  
    User Manual for CFCs (Certified Facilitation Centres) Click here     
  
    Learning Management Software (LMS) for CFC     
         
    
Click on the below hyperlink to download Learning Management Software (LMS) for CFC, a self learning training software.
    
    
 - CFC
    
  
  Frequently Asked Questions Click here    
  
    Help:    
    For any further information or clarification on ACES, please visit the ACES Website, particularly the Help Section, and What's New Section, which contain self-learning multi-media based LMS, User Manuals etc and latest developments.     
  
    Service Desk:    
    In case of any difficulty in accessing or using the ACES Application, assessees/CFCs can seek help of the ACES Service Desk by sending e-mail to aces.servicedesk@icegate.gov.in or calling up national toll-free number 1800 425 4251 on any working day from Monday to Friday between 9 AM and 7 PM.     



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