Export Valuation

Questions and answers about Export Valuation

  • SOFTWARE EXPORT VALUATION

    QUESTION: Ruling HQ 547946 indicates the value of imported software should be based on the medium (disc or thumb drive) only and not the value of the loaded software.  Does this logic carry over to filing the EEI for an export shipment? =========== Answers: Yes. Interesting if you think about it. If the EEI filings […]

  • Export valuation and controls for various machinery shipment

    QUESTION: My organization is preparing to ship, from the current US location : an assembly line with various specially designed machines, and a machining line with several varieties of specially designed CNC controlled spindle lathes, robodrills, broaching and milling machines, to our parent in Japan. This is considered a transfer and I believe we are […]

  • Value for Export

      Question: My company has agreed to assume the risk and responsibility for an export transaction for a product that we sell to them domestically. The company we sell to, sells the product for export, however we have a business agreement that we will direct ship the product, contract the freight forwarder and handle the […]

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 164

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 164

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.

  • FTSR LETTER NO. 14

      Question:   FTSR Letter No. 164 addresses the export value to be declared for general and customized software.  Although this letter was issued by Census almost 18 years ago, it is our understanding that this guidance is still valid.   Does anyone have any updated information?  The letter is attached.