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22 Feb 15 02:21:21 am
Hi Benjamin and welcome to the forum,

Regarding your first question, I think it's always a good idea to speak to your local tax authority to ensure you know their requirements, as requirements can vary between authorities.

Regarding importing, when purchasing from any wholesaler you will be required to submit a tax id, no matter what country they are in. That's a formality to open a wholesale account.

Regarding your purchase, if t is duty free then there is no duty to pay of course, but if your state or country has some sort of a goods and services tax or the like, then you will still be subject to that charge, unless the value of your purchase is under the tax free threshold, should there be one.


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