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Old 12-30-2007, 05:48 PM   #43
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Originally posted by GaryKD:
Hi Sheba,
Consider Florida. If you have owned the vehicle/RV for 6 months and one day you can transfer the vehicle to Florida and pay no sales tax. Florida has no income tax. Go here to get the details.
This is only true if you've already paid sales tax in another state.

I actually waited 6 months and then tried to register my coach in FL. The coach was never registered and I had it in FL on an intransit permit. FL would register the coach but wanted sales tax on the full purchase price.


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Old 03-13-2008, 05:00 PM   #44
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Rick A is so far off base, he is out before he stepped up to the plate.
An LLC based in Montana is a perfectly legal entity and does not matter where you live. The MH is owned by the LLC.
Tom N is right on, "If the above is true, (the LLC is illegal) why aren't the MT attorneys prosecuted???"
Let the one who does not fudge on his income tax, cast the first stone. Present company excluded, of course.

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