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Postal item customs clearance in Ukraine
Parcel cost: up to €150No taxes are charged
Parcel cost: over €150■ Import duty: 10 % of excess over €150
■ VAT: 20 % of the delivery cost (excess over €150 + import duty)
■ Customs brokerage services
The goods cost €200. The total customs payments will be:
- 1import duty = (€200 - €150) × 10 % = €5
- 2VAT = (€200 - €150 + €5) × 20% = €11
Total tax charged: €5 + €11 = €16
Examples of customs payments calculations for deliveries to Ukraine
Example 1I am sending my sister a jacket, a portable speaker and her driving license. The jacket costs €50, and the portable speaker costs €35. The total price is €85. Customs duties will not be charged.
Example 2I am selling clothes to a buyer in Ukraine. All the items are new, have price tags on, and factory packing is intact. The total price is under €150. Customs duties will not be charged.
Example 3I am sending my daughter a suitcase of her personal items: dresses, pullovers, shoes and make-up products. These are personal belongings, but they cost more than €150 in total. Customs duties will be charged.
This may happen if a customs officer finds a violation:
- 1The postal item content differs from the list indicated in the declaration
- 2The declared value differs from the actual one
- 3The parcel contains a commercial batch: more than 3 identical goods were sent (e.g., 5 watches, 4 pairs of shoes, etc.)
- 4The parcel contains goods which are prohibited for delivery
- 5Over the past month, the recipient already received international deliveries with a total value over €150
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