I am wondering how tax is calculated on household items if I fail to get my stuff into Portugal within the year. (From Canada)
Items are not of real value so how do customs make their calculations?
I honestly have no idea, but the general rule is that the taxes will probably be a lot more than you expect them to be. It’s not unusual for the taxes to be higher than the value of the item itself!
Also, I know most websites say you have 365 days to ship your stuff over but it does seem like the reality is within 90 days of your arrival to Portugal or 120 days of the “Certificado de Bagagem” being issued.
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