Calculation of customs fees

Calculation of customs fees are mainly based on two issues:
Value of the commodity: The value of the goods in the customs is determined on the basis of a system called the Tariff Specification Code. This system determines the price of the goods based on the records that it has in the record and a range of the lowest to the highest value Provides similar goods, which the customs official chooses on the basis of other items in the document, one of the values in the TSC table. Therefore, in most goods, the original price of the goods purchased is secondary and, in the first place, the customs authorities determine the price. The buyer may, for example, make at a cheap price the producer of the country's factories, but the customs fees should be calculated and paid accordingly.
It is also worth noting that the price in the customs is calculated according to the CIF (commodity price + carriage + insurance) charge. For example, if the value of a commodity is $ 100, and the cost of carrying it is $ 10, and naturally, plus the insurance cost, which is at least 0. 05 per thousand, of the total value of the goods and the cost of transportation, in total, will be $ 110.5, which will be calculated.
Source: Specifies the percentage of import rights in the tariff book.
Thus, the outline of the customs fees are:
"1 - the cost of fees and tariff, equivalent to the tariff`s source
"2 - Value-added cost equal to 9% of the total amount of the equivalent CIF Rial and the amount of the entry fee
"3 - The added cost is 0.05% (half percentage)
"4 - A fair tax expense of 4%, which is awarded as a surcharge on the total amount of the equivalent of the CIF Rial and the amount of the input tax.
"5 - The cost of the Ministry of Road is equivalent to 10% of the freight fare (if the goods are transferred by a foreign carrier (non-Iran).
"6 - Warehousing costs according to the declared table of land-sea-air
"7 - The cost of unloading goods in customs warehouses, when goods arrive and when goods are cleared
"8 - Other expenses, such as the printing of the declaration, the Daiman, the container transportation, the customs clearance at the customs office and ...
"9 - Cost of laboratory and standard (if needed)
"10 - The cost of clearance of the carrier of the goods
"11 - The cost of the right to stop the sea container shipping (in the case of the carriage of goods in the container)
"12 - The return cost of the container (if the container is not stretched
"13 - The cost of registering a commercial order
"14 - The cost of issuing an insurance policy
"15. The cost of clearance of customs clearance



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