Here is a brief introduction to the tariffs and tax rates after importing goods to the United States.

1. Tariffs

Tariff refers to the tax rate imposed by customs on imported goods in accordance with regulations. In order to protect the interests of domestic industries, certain products are subject to higher tariffs than ordinary import taxes, such as high tariffs on imported steel, pulp, sugar, etc.

2. Tax rate

Tax rate refers to the proportion of taxes levied by customs on imported goods in accordance with regulations. Usually, tax rates are calculated based on factors such as the classification of goods, their origin, and their market value in the United States. The United States Customs categorizes goods using customs codes to determine tax rates and other information. Therefore, before importing goods, it is necessary to provide detailed information on the goods to determine customs codes and related tax rates.

It should be noted here that the tax on goods imported by individuals into the United States is directly proportional to the value of the goods. The specific tax rate can also be checked on the US Customs website or consulted with relevant staff at logistics companies.

2023-08-15 09:10:43