Well, hope this thread is appropriate to ask my question..
I'm at the end of a Working Holidays Visa in Australia. I've bought thru eBay from USA some brand new DJ Stuff (2xturntables + mixer) 3 months ago.
I've planned to send it by postal service coz it's too heavy for taking it on the plane..
I've read this on a website :
All used personal and household goods and electrical appliances, which are more than six (6) months old, are allowed to import Duty-Free for expatriates intending to work in Malaysia and returning Malaysian citizen.
Documentary evidence such as invoices, sales receipts, or insurance papers may be required for items less than six (6) months old.
Owner must be in Malaysia to sign documents if necessary. Photocopy with latest entry stamp required for customs clearance. Work permit / visa not required. All household goods and personal effects are subject to 100% customs examination at port of entry. Duties/taxes will be levied on new items less than 6 months old.
So basically my question is how many percent taxes will I have to pay when my parcels gonna arrive at malaysian customs? Coz on http://tariff.customs.gov.my/
it's not really clear, a lot of different category for the word "turntable" with different taxes rates & nothing for mixer, except mixer for vegetables lol...
I've also thought to change the invoices & make it 6 months old to avoid paying any taxes... Will it work even with the original boxes & absolutely no tears, scratches on my stuff? I'm very clean about my personal stuff so even after 3 months use it is still brand new looking...
ps: I'm not working in Malaysia, I'm not malaysian citizen, I'm just a tourist coming to Malaysia from Australia for vacations before going back to my original country.