A person is taxable when receiving goods from abroad at the destination country of the package we sent. For example, sending goods to Italy, or to Canada, China or to the Philippines. Taxes are only charged to Buyers in the destination country, usually paid through the customs and excise of each country. Additionally, if you need to hire professionals who can deal with customs properly, you can hire the best company of customs clearance Sydney.

So, once the goods leave your country and are already on their way to the destination country, then what happens is the process of receiving goods, which will be carried out by the buyer.

The process of receiving goods is: Starting from the goods to the destination country, then the process of scanning by customs (Customs Scanning), sorting and distributed to the region, province or city, there the buyer will take care of taxes, completeness of documents and all details (if there and requested) which sometimes makes it tight on the chest when it is far more expensive or not according to our expectations, then the goods arrive at hand and he unpacks the package.

Please note, from our experience, each country has a different product ban policy, the amount of tax to be paid is different, and the categorization of goods is also different.

There are even other factors that affect taxes indirectly, for example, the cost of shipping goods, the courier service used, and the fees for handling documents.

For example, between four countries, such as Italy, Canada, the Philippines, and China, if we send or receive shipments from Singapore, in the form of a 10 Kg jersey with the contents of 100 pieces with a value of USD 300, then it could be a fictional scenario like this:

Italy: 50 Euro tax
Canada: 100 CAD tax
Philippines: 110 USD tax
China: Confiscated, with exceptions.

That’s just For example because we have never sent a 10 kg jersey with the contents of 100 pieces with a value of USD 300 to the four countries. That’s just an analogy of difference.

Please read the tax policy in the destination country, or tell the buyers to learn it themselves.