Customs Compliance Issues & Strategies
This seminar will look at the issues surrounding the Customs Modernization Act and will focus on the importing and exporting community’s responsibilities for complying with the Mod Act. Details of the legislation and how companies can minimize their liabilities will be emphasized.
The following topics will be included:
- Customs Modernization Act
- Classification of Merchandise
- Valuation Methodologies
- Record Keeping Requirements
- Country of Origin Determination & Marking
- Preferential & Free Trade Agreements
- Best Practices for Internal Controls & Procedures
- Export Compliance Basics
- Automated Export System
Whether you are new to importing/exporting or a veteran of the Customs process, this seminar offers valuable insight.
The Customs Modernization Act introduced new terms into our vocabulary – informed compliance, shared responsibility, and reasonable care. How do these concepts affect your business? What are these standards to which Customs is holding importers accountable?
Customs’ focus has changed from the enforcement of laws and regulations for individual transactions to an emphasis on the people, internal processes and partnerships involved in your importing program.
This seminar is designed to assist companies in identifying and managing each of these elements as they pertain to your business and your Customs regulatory compliance program.
When: Thursday, March 17th from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Where: 8th & Main Building (Snake River conference room, 17th floor).
Cost: $45 (includes lunch)