How to Start Your Own Customs Brokerage Business was published in 2007 and is the only book of its kind-documenting the entire process required to start your own CHB business. The author, Jon Sasaki, has now written a study guide to help those planning on taking the exam to study more efficiently and avoid spending hundreds of dollars on special courses they may not even find necessary. In this new and concise book he advises the exact same technique he used to pass the test on his first attempt despite not ever having worked in customs brokerage before the exam. Now, both references perfectly compliment each other as they are combined into one easy-to-read book. The combo book helps the student prioritize his or her studies by distinguishing between the important and not so important sections of the exam's testing material. The book also methodically provides step-by-step guidance through the process of setting up one's own customs brokerage operation. The book includes *valuable tips on hts classification *an explanatory breakdown of all sections of the 19 cfr that have appeared more than twice on the last 10 exams (thru Apr 2010 exam) *a comprehensive table that lists all parts and paragraphs of the 19 cfr that have appeared in any of the last 10 exams (thru Apr 2010 exam) *sample forms, letters, and terms index for setting your customs brokerage business *addresses to necessary web pages *money saving tips to help you achieve your customs broker-related goals even on a shoestring budget
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About the Author
Jon Sasaki is a licensed customs broker. He worked in both customer service and customs brokerage for freight forwarding companies before he began his own customs brokerage business.