I am US citizen/SubS considering expanding my existing online
I am US citizen/SubS considering expanding my existing online product sales using Amazon.com to Amazon.ca (Canada). Tax obligations are a concern and difficult to get an answer - no one seems to be want to get pinned down. So here is what I believe to be true from information digested so far. There seems to be 3 areas. 1) I know as the US exporter on record I would pay a GST of about 5% on the declared COGS or cost of goods sold - which I need to add to my selling price. 2) I am pretty sure that by treaty with US that the profits generated that would flow directly from Amazon.ca to my US bank account would only be taxed by the US and I would not owe a Canadian Income tax. 3) Buyer GST/PST/HST are taxes that Amazon.ca is optionally able to collect from the user based on their location/province. If collected those taxes flow through to my US account and are tax obligations owed to the Canadian government. 3a) There is some info out there that Canada would consider someone who sells less that $30KCDN a small seller that is not required to collect GST/PST/HST tax. 3b) The GST paid as export tax can be recouped/reconciled/deducted from the GST tax collected - TRUE? 3c) The service fees that Amazon charge are also taxed and are also considered a deduction against GST/HST/PST taxes owed.. BTW You also need to get a Canadian Business ID before you can export or collect and pay taxes....I'm sure there is more to this..... love to hear what I got right-wrong or missed so far.OR if no ones knows - any links to advisors who do know???Thanks in advance
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I have a friend that has a business in Japan. She lives hear
I have a friend that has a business in Japan. She lives hear in the States and buys product hear in the states but sells them through a web based portal in Japan. She ships the product from the states and pay the export tax. She is paid in Japan yen and then converts the money into dollars and brings it back to the US. Is the money she brings back to the states subject to US income tax?
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Does a car dealer have to pay tax on export cars?
Does a car dealer have to pay tax on export cars?Does the purchaser have to pay tax on the car?I am wanting to import a Nissan Leaf to Norway, and I know how much tax I have to pay here in Norway, but I want to make sure I know the total price.The car costs approximately USD$37649Awaiting your kind reply,
Dear Expert, I have bought a used car to export from a dealer
Dear Expert, I have bought a used car to export from a dealer in NJ, but at the time I had an Illinois driver's license which the dealer used for paperwork (to avoid NJ sales tax). Now I got a letter from NJ Taxation Division saying that I owe sales tax on that car since I had a place of abode in NJ (and I did). I called a clerk and explained that car have never been in my possession and was taken (towed) directly to shipping company. He answered that since the car was purchased from a dealer, according to NJ Law, I am required to pay sales tax in time of purchase no matter what! Then I asked him: what if I bought a car from private party, then I don't pay sales tax till I actually go to register it in DMV? And if I never register it (export for such a case), then I pay no sales tax!!! - and he agreed. So why is that different?!! The Law must be the same for both cases, I just don't know how to prove it! I really need your help! This clerk doesn't listen to my explanations, I have send him all papers I had (copy of title with a custom stamp and a Bill of Lading)-no help. He keeps pointing at NJ Law which requires a dealer to collect sales tax on the spot. So, if you kindly could refer me to Federal (or state) Law or act suiting my situation I would really appreciate it! Best regards, XXXXX XXXXX: Please, let me know if I have to pay for your advice. P.P.S: excuse me my grammar. Optional Information: State/Country relating to question: New JerseyAlready Tried: Talked to clerk with no help.I understand where the tax agent coming from, but I have not had any possession of this car. It was towed to a shipping company straight from the dealer parking lot. I heard that Federal Law prohibits from collecting tax on export. Does it mean in my case that the State Law overrides Federal (or Constitution)?What I really need to know is there any way I can represent a situation to a Taxation Clerk so he drops the case?Here is what I found online, but I can not get to that expert, last time he was online a year ago."if you take possession of the car, even to transport it yourself to a shipper, sales tax is required. It has to be delivered by common carrier or by the dealership to the ship in order for you to avoid sales tax.There is no export tax in the U.S.: In the US, export taxes are unconstitutional since the US constitution contains a clause prohibiting their use. The U.S. did enact an export profits tax law, but that does not apply in exporting for personal use.Read more: export car tax - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/tax/0yhjw-export-car-tax.html#ixzz1a7LgpZIZLets talk U.S. sales and use tax. In order to avoid the tax, by shipping a car overseas, the dealer has to ship the car directly. Else, you would have to take possession of it in order to move it yourself, which would require payment of sales tax. Some dealerships will write up the paperwork in such a way that it appears as if they are shipping it, but you are actually the shipper. They would simply indicate for delivery to your country. You would get temporary or tranport tags to move the vehicle to the shipping doc.Read more: export car tax - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/tax/0yhjw-export-car-tax.html#ixzz1a7LZ65cG
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export car tax
If i'm buying a brand new car and will not going to have it under my name(buy it with a clean title from the dealer) exporting the car as a gift to china,(might sell it later, haven't made up my mind) do i have to pay taxes when i buy the car? how do i tell the dealer that the car is not going to be use in US? Just tell them? And what kind of taxes do i have to pay before the car can enter china(as an un-used car), can you tell me as the overall percentage of car value for the total tax amount?
Also, once i gave the car away, do i still have to pay any type of property tax? do i need to report my sales(to US) as tax if i decided to sell the car in china? thank you
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how much taxes will be imposed on adult material, dvds, ...
how much taxes will be imposed on adult material, dvds, clothing, accessiories, nove;lties,gifts,etc. for retail sales in acapulco, guererro, mexico. nina
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TAXES ON MERCHANDISE BOUGHT OVER SEAS
Hi, can an Electronics Distribution Company from Germany selling Electronics over the Web to U.S. Customers avoid charging taxes on their customers if the customer wires the payment into an affiliates account here in the U.S. The Company, Agile Electronic GmbH, claims they do this so they can conduct their business in the U.S. and Canada Tax free. If they had the customer wire the money directly to them in Germany they would have to pay a 16% VAT plus a 3% export Tax which would have to added to the sales price making their wholesales to the U.S Market unprofitable
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I have a card and have been living and working in the U.S.
I have a green card and have been living and working in the U.S. since 1974. I have Finnish citizenship.Now I am planning to move back to Europe. How can I get my social security payments transferred to Europe and what forms should I fill before moving?Thank you for your advice!Sincerely,Kirsti Snall
How do I, or what form do i use if I want to carry forward
How do I, or what form do i use if I want to carry forward my 1065, K-1 loss for 2016. The business did not open until this year and expenses where incurred in 2016JA: The Accountant will know how to help. Please tell me more, so we can help you best.Customer: What else would you like to know?JA: Is there anything else important you think the Accountant should know?Customer: no
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