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Old 12-24-2011, 01:55 PM   #1
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Shipping and Tax on Used Items

Tried to search around for this topic but couldn't find the answer. I'm thinking of buying a used camera on ebay. The buyer is from the US and will be shipping through USPS. If the buyer clearly marks the item as a "used camera", will it still be fair game to be taxed?
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Yes.

New or used merchandise/goods are taxable.
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yes you will get taxed b/c it is a purchase
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You don't always get taxed or have to pay fees upon arrival

Just ask him to mark the package as a gift with a value of $40
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Yes, anything of monetary value needs to be declared. With that said, it is up to the CBSA agent's discretion whether to charge you duty/taxes for the item.
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