If you’ve shipped to Jersey before, you may have learnt a fact that often finds people by surprise – Jersey isn’t part of the EU.
Officially known as the Bailiwick of Jersey, Jersey is a British Crown Dependency, having it’s own independent governing democratic parliament.
So what does this have to do with sending shipments, you ask? Since Jersey isn’t part of the EU, what this means is that any shipments entering the island are taxable.
This is not to be confused by VAT – there is no VAT payable to goods entering from or being imported from Jersey.
Bailiwick of Jersey does however, have it’s own import tax called GST which stands for Goods & Services Tax). GST is charged at 5% on the value of the goods and freight charges at import.
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