1. The price includes all costs up to where the goods are being shipped from. After that. The buyer has to pay.
2. A bill of lading that covers domestic and international flights which send goods to a particular destination.
3. If you see this, you must pay when the goods are delivered to you.
4. The price paid to the seller which includes packaging and freight, but not insurance.
5. A document which contains details of goods shipped. In American English this is a waybill.
6. This is a written order which means that a person must pay money at a future date or on demand.
7. You may see this abbreviation on your bank statement.
8. This often appears on an invoice. In Spanish the abbreviation is IVA.
9. The price paid to the seller which includes packaging, freight and insurance.