Tax Tariff In Ireland On E-commerce Transactions In Relation To Custom Duties

The use of the Internet to order goods causes a significant increase in the goods imported from outside the European Union (EU) in Ireland. This resulted in considerable increase in the tax revenues from imported goods. In Ireland, there is customs duty on goods imported into Ireland from outside the EU. Goods purchased over the Internet are not an exception to this. The state of Ireland levies the custom duty on goods sold over the Internet and imported into Ireland with the exception of the on-line import of digitized products.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Explain the concept of Tax Tariff in relation to e-commerce transactions.
How is customs duty imposed on the sale of goods over the internet?
How is customs duty is calculated on e-commerce transactions?
Which goods are exempted from customs duties?


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