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I've had a 0 (GST processing cost) hit with a 00 watch I've imported from Japan.3. The only thing you need to keep in mind is the invoice has to be within 30 days of your/your friend's departure.So, 2 weeks is ok, whereas, say 5 weeks is not ok ;) Ok, a few things....1.If you are travelling with family you can pool your allowance.I think they also stamp your receipt to show that it's been refunded (if they didn't, aside from the above you could also double dip if you were a frequent traveller and get refunds each time you left the country within the 30 days).I purchased an SLR last year (00) and claimed the GST on departure.I declared the camera on my return (travelling with wife and kids so allowance 2250), however customs declared I had to pay the duty.ie, Its purchased in Aus, find someone travelling overseas, get them to take it out of oz with receipt, then post it back to me?Will they get the 10% GST back in cash from airport? Cheers Nudged, The watch needs to leave the country either in your hand luggage or on your person.

Does the watch physically have to leave the country.Otherwise, the claim will be rejected..tax back for you...2.Given the value you are looking at spending, you will be required to declare it when you bring it back, you will be paying the gst back on the watch.If you dont declare it..youll have to pay a duty/gst penalty plus deal with a possible court proceedings regarding the matter. TRS doesnt do cash refunds, you can either have it paid straight to a credit card, or have a cheque posted out to you...this helps.....I've claimed a couple of things back that were over 00 and not had my name on the tax invoice. You're supposed to declare the item when it comes back in the country and pay the duty, bringing it back and not doing this is done at your own risk but I doubt a watch would get picked up. Given the value you are looking at spending, you will be required to declare it when you bring it back, you will be paying the gst back on the watch.

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