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Hello people of Muv-Luv, I am having problems understanding how the customs tax can be 30-100%. As this would be classified as toy products and is for personal use, this shipment would not have duty taxes. And as Japan is a Most-Favoured-Nation, which means 'An MFN tariff is the lowest possibletariffa country can assess on another country'. Also if I go online to a tariff calculator, the most I'm getting is 13%??? BTW I live in canada, ontario. So is the Muv-Luv Team only talking about the USA people, or are there crazy add-ons because of the way they are shipping it? http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/trade-commerce/tariff-tarif/2016/html/countries-pays-eng.html https://www.crossbordershopping.ca/duty-tax-import-guide/canada-customs-duty-rates-tariffs-and-taxes This says the HST for toy products for canada is 5%. Though I can't find a number for the PST, seems Ontario doesn't have that. http://www.calculconversion.com/sales-tax-calculator-hst-gst.html http://helpsme.com/tools/free-gst-hst-pst-sales-tax-calculator-canada From this it seems that tax rate for toys coming from Japan, I would be paying 5% tax on it. Maybe there is something I need to pay for going through the US? I don't understand where the 30-100% is D:. Though if it really is going to be 100% on teh 33%, I would really rather find a way to get money back D: sad though it is ;(.
Hey guys, I'm not sure if it was outlined somewhere, butregarding the optionof shippingthe gift bags separately,what will be the declared value of the shipping parcel? I would like to know as I'dlike to prepare forcustoms taxes. Thanks in advance, and I hope to hear back soon.