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    Calculate Customs Import Duty
    Updated On: 16 Dec 2023 | 302 Views

    Calculate Customs Import Duty

    Navigating the complexities of international trade requires a thorough understanding of customs procedures and regulations, particularly when importing goods into Nigeria. A crucial aspect of this process is determining the Harmonized System (HS) Code, an internationally recognized classification system for products. In this guide, we will outline the step-by-step process to calculate import duty payable using Nigeria first and no1 customs duty calculator. From identifying the appropriate HS code for your specific goods to submitting calculations and reviewing results in milliseconds; to use the Nigeria duty calculator, follow the below steps.
    How to Use Nigerian Customs Duty Calculator

     

    Step 1 : Visit the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Website,find the corresponding Harmonized System (HS) code for the goods you intend to import.

    Step 2: Register or Login to access Valuehandlers’ import duty calculator:

    Enter the Relevant Information:

    Input the necessary details into the duty calculator. This information includes the HS code of the product, Freight Cost, FOB(invoice value), Origin Currency(Euro or Dollar), and Insurance Value (usually 0.4% of FOB).

     

    Submit the Calculation:

    Once you have entered all the required information, submit the calculation. The duty calculator will quickly give you an estimate of how much import duty you need to pay.

     

    Step 3: Examine the results provided by the duty calculator. This will include information on import duties, taxes, and any other charges that may apply.

    Other considerations you can take note of:

    • Be aware that customs duties may vary depending on the specific product and its classification.

    • Check for any exemptions or preferential rates that may apply to your import.

    • Keep in mind that customs regulations and duty rates can change, so it's essential to refer to the most up-to-date information on the NCS website.

     

    If you have any specific questions or need clarification on the calculated duties, kindly reach out to us via 08032241768 or whatsapp 08082375017 for direct assistance.




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