As of February 24, 2019, all customs drawback claims must be filed electronically following the regulatory requirements of 19 CFR Part 190. The new Part 190 codifies the drawback law changes made by the enactment of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) of 2015.
Join Ryan and Integration Point, now part of Thomson Reuters, for a 60-minute webcast on how you can take full advantage of the savings opportunities that are now available for both retrospective and prospective export and destruction transactions.
Ryan Customs and Foreign Trade Principal Ray Shaw and Director Patrick Crowley will discuss:
- The background on TFTEA
- Changes regarding TFTEA law
- Direct identification invoice-based entry designation methods
- New drawback calculation concepts
- Strategies to prepare for drawback law changes