Expenses on Initial Purchase of a Fixed Assets are Capital Goods
However, expenses later on on maintaining or repair of Fixed asset is not Capital Goods.it is either Inputs or Capital Goods
 

 

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Example 1

Suppose we Purchase a Truck for our factory

Is it Input, Capital good or Input Services?

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Example 2

Suppose after some months, its tyre gets punctured

We get it replaced by a mechanic with a new tyre

Will you put it in Truck A/c or Repair A/c

Is it Input, Capital good or Input Services?

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Example 3

Suppose we do not get tyre replaced

We repair and fix same tyre

Is it Input, Capital good or Input Services?

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Note
Sometimes, subsequent expenses can be Capital Goods also
Expenses which increase capacity of Fixed asset beyond previous level are capitalized (put in Fixed asset account)

Example 1

Suppose I am a Taxi Operator

I Purchase a Car for 500000 + GST in January

To reduce running cost of car, I got a CNG Fitted in Car at a cost of 30000+GST in Feb

Is it Input, Capital good or Input Services?

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Example 2

Suppose I am a Taxi Operator

I Purchase a Car for 500000 + GST in January

Later Car met with an accident and 300000+gst was charged on repair of car

Is it Input, Capital good or Input Services?

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Transcript

Expense Bill of SERVICE GOODS Input Services Example Audit Fees Consultancy Fees Used for 1 Year Used for more than 1 year Inputs Capital Goods Example Purchase Stationary Example Machine Computer Fixed Assets PURCHASED REPAIRED Capital Goods Parts Changed Labour Charges Inputs Input Services

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CA Maninder Singh is a Chartered Accountant for the past 10 years. He also provides Accounts Tax GST Training in Delhi and Pune.