Search This search box allows you to search the European Tariffs database. Please note: the calculator only provides an estimation of the expected additional costst sterlings currency to duty and value added tax.
The actual cost may be higher or lower than the estimated cost. European Union to Euro-zone member states. The calculator utilizes the same formula as most EU-customs services use and provides an overview of the minimum added costs one can expect during the import of foreign products. Currently, the duty tax calculator supports the currencies from the United States of America, Australia, Canada, Russia, China, Hong Kong, Turkey, Morocco, India and Norway.
The United Kingom is also included to help converting between Euros and Pound Sterlings. Goods that are imported from UK to another European member state are always exempt from any form of taxes or duties. Please note that the calculator does not guarantee the correctness of the outcome in any way. The cause of this discrepancy stems from a number of small number of uncertainties in the variables of the calculator. For example, the package delivery company could charge you an additional fee for an oversized package. Finally, small discrepancies arise from differences in currency exchange rates used by the calculator and the Customs services.
Because of these small discrepancies the results of the duty tax calculator may only be used as an indication of the minimum added extra costs you can expect when importing goods. You should always verify the result of the calculation by manually calculating the outcome and looking up the correct tariff in the TARIC database. 150,- are exempt of duty tax but not of value added tax. 150,- is charged with duty tax and VAT. It is very likely this percentage isn’t correct for the product you’re importing, so it is essential to look up the correct TARIC commodity code in the TARIC database. Please note: the duty tax percentages can vary greatly. It is essential to ensure you are using the correct percentage by consulting the TARIC database.
Customs clearance fees Goods that are about to be imported need to be cleared by the Customs. The Customs clearance fee is often added on top of the duty and value added taxes. Usually this fee is a fixed fee in the range of 10-15 euros, but this can vary depending on your location in the EU. Sometimes the you’re charged with additional costs for receiving an oversized package or a fee for the temporary storage of your items at the customs. These extra fees are not common, however. However, in principle it supports all currencies from any country.