Tax Tariff in Ireland On E-Commerce Transactions in Relation to Excise Duties

The Internet is not a duty-free zone. The buying and selling of goods over the Internet attracts taxes and duties in almost all the countries of the world. In Ireland, import charges in the form of customs, anti-dumping, countervailing and excise duties and VAT are payable on the goods purchased over the Internet and that are imported into Ireland from outside the European Union (EU). Excise duty is levied on certain categories of the products forwarded from other Member States of the EU.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

State the impact of E-commerce transactions on Excise Duty
How is the Excise duty imposed on products purchased over the Internet?
How is the excise duty on e-commerce transaction calculated?

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