uk – Which city is pictured in this scene from Line of Duty S6E1

This screenshot is taken from the S6E1 of the BBC series Line of Duty. It’s taken from the 4:25 mark (approx).

Apologies for the poor resolution.

I’m guessing Midlands / North of England. The red brick terraced houses with the occasional out of place multi story housing block reminds me of areas of Nottingham, but many cities look like that so it could just as easily be Manchester, Grimsby, Liverpool etc.

uk – Which city is pictures in this scene from Line of Duty S6E1

This screenshot is taken from the S6E1 of the BBC series Line of Duty. It’s taken from the 4:25 mark (approx).

Apologies for the poor resolution.

I’m guessing Midlands / North of England. The red brick terraced houses with the occasional out of place multi story housing block reminds me of areas of Nottingham, but many cities look like that so it could just as easily be Manchester, Grimsby, Liverpool etc.

Canadian Duty and Taxes – Magento Stack Exchange

I am trying to find a way to add $6.95 to orders shipping to Canada (we’re in the US.) The $6.95 amount represents prepaid duties. If the site does not prepay the duties, the cost of the duties can triple, and the customer may refuse the shipment.

I’ve seen add-ons for entire packages like Zonos and Alavera, but I only need this one particular prepaid duty.

Thank you

Jeff

The duty to wear masks in USA [closed]

Where is a duty to wear a mask in USA in Covid-19 situation?

call of duty mobile

Does anyone play Call of duty mobile.I just started playing the game a few months ago,and its fun as hell

javascript – Build a stamp duty calculator for various types of buyers

I had a task where I had to build a stamp duty calculator, which calculates the tax or stamp duty first-time buyers(ftb) returning buyers (rtb), and second-home buyers (shb) had to pay when purchasing the home.

These were the tax bands, although I think some of the percentages may be slightly wrong.

First Time Buyers
0 to £300,000 - 0%
£300,001 to £925,000 - 5%
£925001 to £1,500,000 - 10%
£1,500,000 and above - 12%

Returning Buyers
0 to £125,000 - 0%
£125,001 to £250,000 - 2%
£250,001 to £925,000 - 5%
£925,001 to £1,500,000 - 10%
£1,500,000 and above - 12%

Second Home Buyers
0 to £125,000 - 3%
£125,001 to £250,000 - 5%
£250,001 to £925,000 - 8%
£925,001 to £1,500,000 - 13%
£1,500,000 and above - 15%

Here is my solution, I look forward to the feedback.

const stampDutyCalc = (price) => {
  let stampdutyObject = {
    ftb: 0,
    rtb: 0,
    shb: 0,
  };

  firstTimeBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject);
  returningBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject);
  secondHomeBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject);

  return stampdutyObject;
};

function firstTimeBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject) {
  if (price <= 300000) {
    stampdutyObject.ftb += 0;
  } else if (price > 300000 && price <= 925000) {
    stampdutyObject.ftb += price * 0.05;
  } else if (price > 925000 && price <= 1500000) {
    stampdutyObject.ftb += (price - 925000) * 0.1 + (925000 - 300000) * 0.05;
  } else {
    stampdutyObject.ftb +=
      (price - 1500000) * 0.12 +
      (1500000 - 925000) * 0.1 +
      (925000 - 300000) * 0.05;
  }
}

function returningBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject) {
  if (price <= 125000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += 0;
  } else if (price > 125000 && price <= 250000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += price * 0.02;
  } else if (price > 250000 && price <= 925000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += (price - 250000) * 0.05 + (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  } else if (price > 925000 && price <= 1500000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb +=
      (price - 925000) * 0.1 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.05 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  } else {
    stampdutyObject.rtb +=
      (price - 1500000) * 0.12 +
      (1500000 - 925000) * 0.1 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.05 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  }
}

function secondHomeBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject) {
  if (price <= 125000) {
    stampdutyObject.shb = price * 0.03;
  } else if (price > 125000 && price <= 250000) {
    stampdutyObject.shb += (price - 125000) * 0.05 + 125000 * 0.03;
  } else if (price > 250000 && price <= 925000) {
    stampdutyObject.shb +=
      (price - 250000) * 0.08 + (250000 - 125000) * 0.05 + 125000 * 0.03;
  } else if (price > 925000 && price <= 1500000) {
    stampdutyObject.shb +=
      (price - 925000) * 0.13 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.08 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.05 +
      125000 * 0.03;
  } else {
    stampdutyObject.shb +=
      (price - 1500000) * 0.15 +
      (1500000 - 925000) * 0.13 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.08 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.0 +
      125000 * 0.03;
  }
}

function returningBuyerCalc(price, stampdutyObject) {
  if (price <= 125000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += 0;
  } else if (price > 125000 && price <= 250000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += price * 0.02;
  } else if (price > 250000 && price <= 925000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb += (price - 250000) * 0.05 + (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  } else if (price > 925000 && price <= 1500000) {
    stampdutyObject.rtb +=
      (price - 925000) * 0.1 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.05 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  } else {
    stampdutyObject.rtb +=
      (price - 1500000) * 0.12 +
      (1500000 - 925000) * 0.1 +
      (925000 - 250000) * 0.05 +
      (250000 - 125000) * 0.02;
  }
}

international travel – Customs Duty on Bringing 2 Laptops from US to India

Background Information

I have one laptop which I have bought in India, taken the export certificate for that laptop and traveled to the US for studies. Now, I am planning to buy another laptop, here in the US and come back to India with both the laptops. You can directly jump to Main question and read the below points later as needed.

  1. As per my readings till now, an individual with an export certificate for items can bring those items back to India without any customs duty on it.

  2. There is also a duty-free allowance of ₹50000 –

On arrival from countries other than Nepal, Bhutan or Myanmar

A. Indian Residents and foreigners residing in India:

(a) used personal effects and travel souvenirs;

(b) articles up to the
value of Rs. 50,000 carried on person or accompanied baggage,
excluding those listed in Annexure-I

  1. Also, the document mentions that –

One laptop computer (notebook computer) over and
above the said free allowances mentioned above is also
allowed duty-free if imported by any passenger of the age
of 18 years and above.

  1. Transfer of Residence benefit doubt :

    Can I avail of the transfer of residence benefit? I have been staying in the US for a little over a year but less than 2 years(so there’s a free allowance of ₹2,00,000) and I am coming to India during my university winter break. I will be returning back to the US after about a month or so. But I am not sure if I can avail of this benefit and what criteria need to be satisfied for transfer of residence eligibility. Here’s the official document on the transfer of residence –
    enter image description here

As seen, there’s no condition of a minimum 2yrs foreign stay for the 1-2yrs category. But some websites online mentions that a minimum of 2yrs foreign stay is required to be eligible for this benefit in any category. So which one is true and am I eligible?


Main Question :

The old laptop which I had carried from India to the US has an export certificate with it, so that will, of course, be allowed duty-free. My question is whether the laptop bought in the US falls into the second category where one laptop is allowed fully duty-free import or will they count it under the duty-free allowance of only ₹50000? Is there any way I can bring both the laptops, duty-free into India?

international travel – Customs Duty on Bringing Two Laptops from US to India

Background Information

I have one laptop which I have bought in India. I have taken the export certificate for that laptop and traveled to the US for studies. Now, I am planning to buy another laptop, here in the US and come back to India with both the laptops. You can directly jump to Main question and read the below points later as needed.

  1. As per my readings till now, an individual with an export certificate for items can bring those items back to India without any customs duty on it.

  2. There is also a duty-free allowance of ₹50000 –

On arrival from countries other than Nepal, Bhutan or Myanmar

A. Indian Residents and foreigners residing in India:

(a) used personal effects and travel souvenirs;

(b) articles up to the
value of Rs. 50,000 carried on person or accompanied baggage,
excluding those listed in Annexure-I

  1. Also, the document mentions that –

One laptop computer (notebook computer) over and
above the said free allowances mentioned above is also
allowed duty-free if imported by any passenger of the age
of 18 years and above.

  1. Transfer of Residence benefit doubt :

    Can I avail of the transfer of residence benefit? I have been staying in the US for a little over a year but less than 2 years(so there’s a free allowance of ₹2,00,000) and I am coming to India during my university winter break. I will be returning back to the US after about a month or so. But I am not sure if I can avail of this benefit and what criteria need to be satisfied for transfer of residence eligibility. Here’s the official document on the transfer of residence –
    enter image description here

As seen, there’s no condition of a minimum 2yrs foreign stay for the 1-2yrs category. But some websites online mentions that a minimum of 2yrs foreign stay is required to be eligible for this benefit in any category. So which one is true and am I eligible?


Main Question :

The old laptop which I had carried from India to the US has an export certificate with it, so that will, of course, be allowed duty-free. My question is whether the laptop bought in the US falls into the second category where one laptop is allowed fully duty-free import or will they count it under the duty-free allowance of only ₹50000? Is there any way I can bring both the laptops, duty-free into India?

international travel – Customs duty for bringing Two Laptops from US to India

Background Information

I have one laptop which I have bought in India. I have taken the export certificate for that laptop and traveled to the US for studies. Now, I am planning to buy another laptop, here in the US and come back to India with both the laptops. You can directly jump to Main question and read the points later as needed.

  1. As per my readings till now, an individual with an export certificate for items can bring those items back to India without any duty on it.

  2. There is also a duty-free allowance of ₹50000 –

On arrival from countries other than Nepal, Bhutan or Myanmar

A. Indian Residents and foreigners residing in India:

(a) used personal effects and travel souvenirs;

(b) articles up to the
value of Rs. 50,000 carried on person or accompanied baggage,
excluding those listed in Annexure-I

  1. Also, the document mentions that –

One laptop computer (notebook computer) over and
above the said free allowances mentioned above is also
allowed duty-free if imported by any passenger of the age
of 18 years and above.

  1. Transfer of Residence benefit doubt :

    Can I avail of the transfer of residence benefit? I have been staying in the US for a little over a year but less than 2 years(so there’s a free allowance of ₹2,00,000) and I am coming to India during my university winter break. I will be returning back to the US after about a month or so. But I am not sure if I can avail of this benefit and what criteria need to be satisfied for transfer of residence eligibility. Here’s the official document on the transfer of residence –
    enter image description here

As seen, there’s no condition of a minimum 2yrs foreign stay for the 1-2yrs category. But some websites online mentions that a minimum of 2yrs foreign stay is required to be eligible for this benefit in any category. So which one is true and am I eligible?


Main Question :

The old laptop which I had carried from India to the US has an export certificate with it, so that will, of course, be allowed duty-free. My question is whether the laptop bought in the US falls into the second category where one laptop is allowed fully duty-free import or will they count it under the duty-free allowance of only ₹50000? Is there any way I can bring both the laptops, duty-free into India?

usa – Importing Silver into the US – what duty will I pay?

According to Duty Calculator :

” The global average import duty rate for Silver jewellery is 6.9%,
with a minimum of 0% and a maximum of 35%. “

You can use this to calculate your import. I can’t do it for you because it very much depends on what type of tableware.

So on the pop-up, choose “Home and Garden”, then “Kitchenware and Tableware” and then the type of Tableware yours fits into.

I chose sterling silver, for example, and for the US it states that the duty rate is 3.3%, and additional taxes will depend on which state you’re entering into when you arrive.

Declaring it will depend on the value, but if unsure, ALWAYS declare it, and they’ll help you value it. If you’re caught not declaring something that you’re supposed to, it won’t end well.