I'm new here and need some advice and tips. I am considering importing electronics of various kinds, in varying price ranges. I would not say exactly what I want to import, since it would be foolish to reveal it :)
As far as I know, and it shall not be paid customs duties and other charges beyond VAT when importing electronics, ie that only added to 25%. Is this correct, or are there other things that the plusses? Is there any difference between individual and corporate tax ifht?
I thought that I might not hip drops directly to the customer, but to forward it myself.
Does anyone know of a third party warranty that can be purchased via an external provider, so you can offer a better guarantee for the customer who is almost as good as the Norwegian electrical retailers to offer?
I'm going to be able to offer much lower prices for expensive products than the big chains on certain products, but must be able to offer the customer a good guarantee too, so they choose to buy from me instead of chains
Thank you :)
For shipments where clearance is required, Norwegian Customs Authority requires 24% VAT for all shipments with a value above US $20. Depending of the commodity, tax will also be added prior to release. FedEx will charge recipient VAT and taxes either directly or charge their account at Customs. Only companies can apply for this account at Customs.
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