Business rates calculator

Business rates calculator

The following business rates calculator rules apply to the completion of individual fields, columns, and line import declarations, whether in the case of a customs declaration on paper or an electronic return.

Notes on fields and columns are divided into two parts. On the one hand, it is explained what information should be in the box. On the other hand, it is presented in what form the information is in the box or column (type of area).

When filling in individual fields and columns of the import report, as described in more detail below, keys (code) must be used in various cases. As they are not explicitly mentioned below, you can find them here: Keys in the customs system.

The computer processing of customs documents is based on the Director of Customs calculating the customs system of the customs system the customs value and the fees that may change on goods upon import, and foreign amounts are converted based on the customs clearance exchange rate force at any given time. The importer, therefore, does not have to enter the customs exchange rate or convert foreign amounts or calculate import duties further than he wants. For comparison with the Director of Customs’ imposition and calculation, it is recommended that importers calculate the import duties themselves in the customs declaration. Still, should bear in mind that the customs exchange rate may change and thus the charges levied.

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Using the Import Report

From now on, a paperless customs declaration, referred to as the import declaration, contains the same fields for completion as a written customs declaration. However, some discrepancies must be kept in mind when preparing an import report. These discrepancies will be specifically addressed when completing the fields.

Customs report corrected at or after customs clearance.

If a customs declaration needs to be corrected, whether the customs clearance has been completed or regardless of whether it is customs clearance or a customs clearance according to a paper customs declaration, the importer must submit a corrected written customs declaration together with supporting documents, unless sufficient supporting documents have already been submitted. The director of customs and does not make a particular demand for their submission. During customs clearance, corrections to the customs declaration are made; However, a new customs declaration is made if the complete customs clearance has not been carried out, delivery authorization has not been granted.

Overpaid or underpaid fees are paid in cash in the usual way.

In the case of commercial imports, by the business rates calculator below.

. Report

. Proxy holder’s endorsement (disclaimer)

. Report date

. Importer Reference – Selection

. Trade Price

. Importer

. ID number

. Business country

. Shipment number

. Importer or agent

. Cargo registers number / Reception number

. Gross weight (kg)

. Warehouse

. Certificates, Licenses, and certificates (types and numbers)

. Fixed registration number

. Number of supporting documents

. Coins

. Exchange Rate – Selection

. Delivery terms

. Total invoice amount

. Customs exchange rate – Selection

. FOB-Price In foreign currency

. FOB-Price in local country

. Transportation fee

. Other costs

. Insurance

. Customs price – Selection

. Customs register number

. Product type

. Unit number: Net weight

. Type of Fees – Options

. Country of origin key

. Customs prices – Selection

. Tariff – Option

. Customs Amount – Option

. Total – Selection

. Total Customs – Selection

. Other fees – Selection

. VAT – Selection

. Total charges – Selection