The Australian government is considering lowering the import GST and duty exemption on goods

24 August 2015

The Australian government has again announced that it is considering significantly lowering the import GST and duty exemption on goods bought from foreign suppliers. Currently this threshold is set at AUS$ 1,000 and this allows importers to purchase goods from foreign companies that are exempt from Australian GST and duty, providing they cost less than this amount.

LATEST NEWS

Separate EORI number for Northern Ireland required

HMRC have recently confirmed that businesses who import and export goods from Northern Ireland (NI) will need a special Economic Operator Identification Number...

SEE MORE
LATEST NEWS

UK Intrastat still required after Brexit

The UK tax authorities have confirmed that English, Welsh and Scottish businesses importing goods into the UK from the EU will still be required to prepare and...

SEE MORE
LATEST NEWS

Ireland to introduce postponed accounting for import...

The Irish government have confirmed that a postponed accounting facility will be implemented for import VAT post-Brexit.  This new mechanism will allow all...

SEE MORE

Gated Content

The following email providers are not accepted: gmail, hotmail, yahoo. Please use proper company email.