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December 31, 2015, 03:43:35 PM
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Q: Bitmain give false?

A: They usually dont do that.

Q: so you're telling me that everything is fine right?

A: Yes, it looks right to me. Do the math:

140 x 3 = 420
420 + 48 for shipping = 468
 +22% tax in Italy = 458*1.22 = 570 USD *0.94 = 533 Euro
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December 31, 2015, 03:54:24 PM
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I wait for a paper invoice sent by FedEx, so you can see
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December 31, 2015, 04:41:33 PM
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Price of import = sale price of items (or fair value) + shipping ACTUAL cost. The amount you were charged for shipping was possibly less than it actually cost to ship, meaning the declared value comes out higher. + exchange variations.
That's a lie. You are to be charged on the value you PAID for. You cannot be taxed anywhere in the world for something you didn't pay, regardless of the company eating the shipping price or not.

Of course you do, just as I have to pay import duties on both a review unit's value and shipping cost, even though I paid for neither.

You're both right.

EU you declare value and shipping.  In other countries, Canada for example, you only declare the value.
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December 31, 2015, 05:48:10 PM
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This is the order of 3X S7
in your opinion when should I pay now?
I have to make a loan to clear the goods?






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January 01, 2016, 06:47:29 AM
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thats weird, when i saw the customs paper the value bitmain had written down was almost less than half of what i paid for the s7...
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January 01, 2016, 11:45:12 AM
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someone can give me some explanation? how much do I pay taxes?
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January 01, 2016, 12:08:19 PM
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This is the order of 3X S7
in your opinion when should I pay now?
I have to make a loan to clear the goods?

http://i.imgur.com/zHO7PrP.jpg


someone can give me some explanation? how much do I pay taxes?

If you paid  3696.74USD with bank transfer it is, after all, easy.

Add 22% VAT = 813,28 USD
Then add  duty   3.7% = 136,77USD
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administrative rights : 12,00 euro -------------->  =  $ 13,1136
stamp : 2,00 euro ---------------->  = $  2,1856

Total not less than 965,34 USD

In estonia I pay for this order only 739,35 USD   difference in price 226USD

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January 01, 2016, 12:23:42 PM
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we hope you're right, at this price you can stay well well
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January 01, 2016, 02:40:55 PM
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Duty for miners in EU??
I never paid custom duty, only VAT (aprox. 80 shipments within last 3 years).
What customs tariff code are you using?


someone can give me some explanation? how much do I pay taxes?

If you paid  3696.74USD with bank transfer it is, after all, easy.

Add 22% VAT = 813,28 USD
Then add  duty   3.7% = 136,77USD

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January 01, 2016, 02:44:09 PM
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I do not know what code you talk, I live in Italy,
How do you not pay customs duty


Where do I get the code?


I think these are the codes that you speak

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January 01, 2016, 02:50:24 PM
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for example here http://www.dutycalculator.com/hs-lookup/39832/hs-tariff-code-for-bitcoin-mining/
8471.50.0090

I do not know what code you talk, I live in Italy,
How do you not pay customs duty


Where do I get the code?
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January 01, 2016, 04:07:13 PM
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Duty for miners in EU??
I never paid custom duty, only VAT (aprox. 80 shipments within last 3 years).
What customs tariff code are you using?

I took it by this post



italia iva : 22% : 143,31 euro  -------->    = $ 156,6091
duty : 21,86 euro -------------->   =  $  23,8886
administrative rights : 12,00 euro -------------->  =  $ 13,1136
stamp : 2,00 euro ---------------->  = $  2,1856

total price : 179,17 euro -------------->   = $ 195,7969


As well I never paid any duty for computer PSU.

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January 01, 2016, 07:19:43 PM
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Import duty & taxes when importing into Italy
Overview
Import duty and taxes are due when importing goods into Italy from outside of the EU whether by a private individual or a commercial entity. The import duty and taxes payable are calculated on the CIF value, i.e. the sum of the value of the imported goods and the cost of shipping and insurance.  
Duty Rates
The duty rates applied to imports into Italy typically range between 0% (for example books) and 17% (for example Wellington Boots).  Some products, such as Laptops, Mobile Phones, Digital cameras and Video Game consoles, are duty free. Certain goods may be subject to additional duties depending on the country of manufacture, for example Bicycles made in China carry an additional (anti dumping) duty of 48.5%.
VAT Rates
The standard VAT rate for importing items into Italy is 22%, with a few exceptions attracting VAT at reduced rates of 10% or 4%. VAT is calculated on the value of the goods, plus the international shipping costs and insurance, plus any import duty due.
Minimum thresholds
For imports into Italy, there are minimum thresholds below which duty and VAT are waived.
Duty is not charged if:
the FOB value, i.e. the value of the goods excluding shipping and insurance cost, does not exceed €150
 
VAT is not charged if:
 
the FOB value, i.e. the value of the goods excluding shipping and insurance cost, does not exceed €22
 
Other taxes and customs fees
Excise duty is payable on for example tobacco and alcohol.
Additional customs fees can be charged to cover the expense of performing any required examinations, verification and or testing of the imported goods.

Local Customs office and contacts
More information on import declaration procedures and import restrictions you can find at the Italian Customs website.
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