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Frequently Asked Questions On Excise Tax

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What products are affected by excise tax? Vaping devices that contain vaping substances (i.e. disposables) Vaping substances in immediate containers (i.e. manufactured pre-filled pods and eJuice bottles as well as DIY components such as vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and nicotine base) Bottles of flavouring used for DIY as well as any vaping hardware that is sold separately from the vaping substance will not be impacted by the excise tax.Will p...
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How much will the excise tax increase prices, and how will they be calculated?

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The duty/tax is calculated based on the liquid volume of the vaping substance contained in a single container (in mL). At this time, taxes/duties are charged and collected at the Federal level.Federal Excise Taxes Based On Container Size3 x 2mL pods = $34 x 1mL pods = $410mL disposable = $530mL bottle of eJuice = $760mL bottle of eJuice = $10100mL bottle of eJuice = $14120mL bottle of eJuice = $16Excise Tax Calculations For the first 10mL of vaping sub...
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When will the excise tax be implemented?

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Effective October 1, 2022, manufacturers and importers of vaping products sold at retail stores are required to be licensed or registered with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and pay excise tax on all newly manufactured or imported vaping substances.For Mister Vapor, the excise tax regulations will come into effect on January 1, 2023. As a retailer, we have a grace period to sell unstamped products until December 31, 2022. Starting January 1, 2023, all ...
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What is excise tax?

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All vaping products that are meant for sale in the Canadian duty-paid market are required to have an excise stamp affixed to the product as proof that duties have been paid. Canadian manufacturers and importers are responsible for applying excise stamps to vaping products that are intended for sale in the Canadian duty-paid market and remit payments directly to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) at the time of manufacture or import.
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Vaping Cost Vs. Cigarette Cost

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In this Blog we will walk you through the true facts of the cost discrepancy between Cigarettes and Vaping. It has been widely known for a significant period of time that the amount of money people spend on Cigarettes is just astonishing. I am writing today to help you see cost comparisons and smarter alternative to that expensive habit through a different perspective and Vaping cost analysis. I am sure if you are a former or current smoker you have hea...
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