Hello, Friends welcome to the “IndianCustoms.Info”, Here you will get the up to date Indian Customs duty calculator which is user-friendly and fast.
Where everyone can calculate the Import duty and Bond Value for the advance license.
This Import Duty Calculator is working on online Excel which easies use and download.
We suggest you don’t download the calculation sheet. because we are updating the duty calculator as per the new policies of customs.
If you download the sheet you will miss the future updates.
While using this calculator, if you guys found any issue or you want to add any new feature to this calculator please comment in the “comment box”.
Note:- This Import duty calculator is for Indian Customs.
How To Use Indian Customs Duty Calculator
To use this customs duty calculator you need to know the duty structure of goods which you want to import.
If you don’t know how to find duty structure of please refer our article “How To Calculate Customs Duty In India“
If you already know duty structure, use of Import duty calculator is very simple, you just need to put the value to the highlighted column.
First, you have to enter the value of the invoice at the “FOB Value in FC” column.
Second, enter the current exchange rate.
Third, If the term of shipment is FOB or EXW then enter the actual Freight Amount or 20% of the Invoice value, If your shipment is C&F or CIF then enter “0” (Zero) in Freight column.
Forth, Enter the Actual Insurance Value or 1.125% of the Invoice value, If your shipment is CIF then enter “0” (Zero) in the Insurance column.
Fifth and Sixth, are the CIF value and assessable value. which is automatically calculated on the basis of the value you provided.
Seventh, Enter the Quantity in SQM, KGS (as per classification).
Eight, Enter the Rate (as per classification).
You need to enter B.C.D (Basic Customs Duty), Social Welfare Surcharge (SWS), and IGST enter as per the classification.
For Example:- If the Duty structure for your goods is BCD 20% or Rs.200 per KGS whichever is higher, SWS is 10%, and IGST is 5%.
You need to enter Rs.200 in the “Rate column” Eight columns and the total net weight in the “Quantity column” Seventh column.
And 20% in BCD column, 10% in SWS column, and 5% in IGST column.
The Import duty calculator will automatically calculate the total payable duty amount.
At the bottom of the import duty calculator, you can see the payable duty including IGST amount and excluding IGST amount.
As an additional feature, we added the Bond value section for those who want to issue an advance license from DGFT.
Currently we are working on the Customs Duty Calculator. To provide you the best Import duty calculator with advanced feature. Which helps you to calculate customs duty evry esily. If you guys have any suggustion or qury please ask in the comment box.