- Frankston Victoria Australia
This site should help: http://cannonballmusic.com/chronology.phpCan anybody tell me if this cannonball is a student model sax or intermediate.
Importing would typically involve duty at about 4%' VAT at 17.5% plus handling charg of £8. The 30 day return is therefore a bit pointless, esp given you'd be paying for shipping both ways.at least a basic service, it may be more. You should budget for that.
I'm not sure what your import charges would be in total, but do a calculation to see what you would you would actually pay.
Duty etc. always ends up being more than you think as it accumulates and is based on price plus
Duty applies to goods over £135.
Duty is at 3.2% of the value. If this comes out at less than £9, they don't collect it. This implies that if the value (including shipping) is less than £281.25, only the VAT is charged.I am at a loss as to how they charge Duty , most of the time they dont charge, normally only the 20% vat and 8 pounds for Parcel force.
No, we still pay income tax. But income tax and the other taxes have to fund health care, state pensions, unemployment and social security as well as the costs your government and states cover.I'm not sure I understand why the VAT is so high. Is it because it replaces what we call "income tax" the states? In my tax bracket, I end up paying about 15% federal and 5% state taxes on my adjust gross income after deductions, exemptions etc. On top of that there is 6.7% state and local sales tax on all purchases except food.