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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is customs duty calculated in India?

    For calculating custom duty you can use custom duty calculator in the ICEGATE portal. While accessing the calculator you will be required to enter the HS Code of the product you are willing to import. Then you will be asked to enter description in 30 characters followed by selecting the country of origin. Click on Search and you will be able to see a list of goods that match your search criteria. Select one of them and you will be able to access a chart with all information related to the custom duty on selected item. This is a type of dynamic chart in which you can enter values to check the exact custom duty that you are liable to pay.

    The Indian classification of the Customs Duty is based on HS code.
    The IGST that is applied on all imports and exports is charged on the value of the good in addition with the primary customs duty on the commodity. This structure can be defined as:

    Value of the imported goods+ Basics Customs Duty + Social Welfare Surcharge = Value based on which IGST is calculated.
    How is customs duty calculated in India after GST? / How is GST calculated on imports?

    Let's understand how to calculate import duty after GST in India with an example!

    Suppose assessable value of product imported into India is INR 500/-. The rates of taxes on product (HS Code 330590) are, Basic Customs Duty (12.5%), IGST Rate (18%) and Compensation Cess (Nil).

    Calculation of Total Import Duty on product

    • Basic Customs Duty: 12.5% of 500 = INR 62.5/-
    • IGST: 18% of (A.V. + BCD) = 18% of (500 + 62.5) = 18% of 562.5 = INR 101.25/-
    • Compensation Cess: 0% of (A.V. + BCD) = 0% of (500 + 62.5) = 0% of 562.5 = 0 (Nil)
    • Total Taxes: (A) + (B) + (C) = 62.5 + 101.25 + 0 = INR 163.75/-
    How can I check my customs duty online?

    Connect2India has provided you this tool where you can check custom duty on any product from any country. You can browse through our products category and select the product to find out Custom duty.

    What is basic custom duty?

    Basic Duty is a type of duty which is imposed under the Customs Act (1962). It varies for different commodities from 5% to 40%. The duty rates have already been mentioned in the First Schedule of the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 and are amended from time to time under the Finance Act. The duty can be fixed on ad –valorem basis or specific rate basis. Only the Central Government has the power to reduce or exempt any good from these duties.

    How do you pay customs duty?

    You can pay custom duty using ICEGATE which is an e-payment portal

    • Begin with accessing the e-payment portal of ICEGATE.
    • Then you have to enter the import or export code or simply key within the mentioned login credentials given by ICEGATE.
    • Then, click on e-payment.
    • In the opened window you will be able to check all the e-challans that are on your name.
    • Then you have to select the challan which you want to pay and then choose the payment method or select the bank.
    • Followed by a redirected page which will show the payment gateway of the bank
    • Initiate the payment
    • Once the payment is done, you will be redirected to the ICEGATE portal
    • The final step would be to click on the print button followed by save the payment copy.
    What is the difference between excise duty and customs duty?

    Major difference between these is excise is the tax levied by the government on the goods produced in the country while customs duty is a tax levied on goods imported into the country from foreign countries.

    Customs duty is paid on import of goods, by the importer and excise duty is paid on the manufacture of goods by the manufacturer

    What is anti dumping duty?

    Anti-dumping duty is a type of tariff which is imposed to protect local businesses and markets from unfair competition by foreign imports. It is imposed by domestic government When it believes that the products being imported are priced below the fair market value.

    Is IEC required for export of services under GST?

    As per the latest circular issued by the government, IEC is no more mandatory for all traders who have been registered under GST. In such cases, the PAN of the trader will be construed as new IEC code for the purpose of import and export.

    What is the difference between duty and tax?
    • Tax is a financial obligation which has to be paid to the government compulsorily. Duty is a kind of fee which is payable to the government on the production and import export of goods.
    • Duty itself is a type of tax.
    • Tax is charged on individuals, wealth, services and sales whereas Duty is charged on goods and services.
    • There are two categories of taxes, i.e. Direct Tax and Indirect Tax. Similarly, the major types of duties are Excise Duty and Customs Duty.
    • The Central Government and State Government are responsible to impose taxes, but only the Central Government has the authority to levy duty