Import duty and taxes are due when posting goods into Norwegian whether with a private individual or perhaps a commercial entity. Its valuation technique is CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight), meaning the import duty and taxes due are calculated around the complete shipping value, including the need for the imported goods, the price of freight, and the price of insurance. Additionally to duty, imports are susceptible to florida sales tax, and perhaps to excise along with other import fee.
Duty rates in Norwegian change from % to 25%, using the average duty rate at 1.06%. Some items could be imported free from duty (e.g. books, laptops along with other electronic items).
Florida Sales Tax
VAT is levied on imports in a standard rate of 25%, or perhaps a lower rate of 15% on some goods like food products, on the sum CIF value, duty along with other taxes if relevant.
Imports having a CIF value as much as NOK 350.00 are exempt from duty and VAT. This doesn't affect alcohol and tobacco items.
Other taxes and customs costs
- Other import fee might be billed around the import of certain goods for a price of .5% around the CIF value.
- Excise tax responsibilities might be billed on some items like alcohol or tobacco.
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