GAO examined the Harbor Maintenance Fee (HMF), the Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF), and the Customs, Immigration, and Agricultural Quarantine Inspection (AQI) user fees assessed on air and cruise passengers and commercial vessels using criteria that have often been used to assess user fees and taxes--equity, efficiency, revenue adequacy, and administrative burden.
What does HMF stand for?
HMF stands for Harbor Maintenance Fee
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Summary of Total Costs, Summarized by Percent of Order Inventory Personnel $100,000 Travel Expenditures $35,000 Ocean Freight ($3800 x 12 containers per year) $45,600 Freight Forwarder ($65 x 12 containers per year) $780 Domestic Freight ($1000 x 12 shipments per year) $12,000 Customs Broker ($100 x 12 shipments) $1,200 Continuous Bond (annually) $500 Merchandise Processing Fee $485 Harbor Maintenance Fee ($500,000 year x 0.
Customs Service (USCS) announced that, after April 25, 1998, it would no longer "collect the harbor maintenance fee for cargo loaded on board a vessel for export.