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About The Webinar

All imported merchandise must be appraised for purposes of determining duty, taxes, and fees as well as for purpose of gathering economic data used by world governments to compile trade statistics. Importers are required to use reasonable care in reporting the proper valuation of merchandise to Customs at the time of entry. This course provides the basics concepts and terminology of customs valuation to aid importers and brokers in meeting their reasonable care obligations and also provides information useful to buyers and finance staff in understanding how customs valuation can impact a company’s bottom line.

Key Topics

  • Valuation Tools
  • Methods of Valuation
  • Components of Valuation
  • Dutiable and Non-Dutiable Determinations
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Process of Valuation

Speaker

David E. Cohen

Member
202-730-4955 dcohen@strtrade.com

David Cohen is a member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in its Washington, D.C., office. He is also a member of the Firm's Operating Committee. Mr. Cohen's practice focuses on providing strategic advice to a wide range of clients on international trade and customs law matters including valuation, preference programs and customs audits. In particular, he assists companies in structuring multi-tiered transactions to maximize lawful duty savings transactions. 

202-730-4955 dcohen@strtrade.com

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