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Old 01-25-2014, 06:53 PM   #127
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In the Mo.County I live in it clearly says on your annual declaration form that by signing you are stating you have not moved any property out of the state to avoid taxes. Well I'm going to call and get the skinny right from the assessors office. I'm tired of paying 396.00 PPT for this past yr. alone on my 1984 motor yacht. It goes down a little each yr. but out of state people bring in their boats from other states and get by with it. I'm not going to do it for my future MH. I guess I'll get a tent and if I do I won't declare it.
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Old 03-27-2014, 08:13 AM   #128
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Glad I read this and glad that I left Spotsylvania County, Virginia.... Seems Georgia property taxes are high too so when I'm ready to purchase, I will title in Florida....
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Old 03-27-2014, 08:47 AM   #129
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Old 03-27-2014, 11:05 AM   #130
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No personal prop taxes in LA. Paid sales tax when I purchased it and I think it is about $50 every 2 years for license tag.
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Old 03-28-2014, 07:29 AM   #131
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We are 5 percent here in Warren County. Fauquier was 1% and prince William is free. Thinking of moving to Hanover and hopefully cheaper.
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Old 03-28-2014, 09:22 AM   #132
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I'm debating on SD or TX.. The problem with SD is that the weather there on my birthday is not... All that welcoming to a class A.. And the problem with Texas is political but those are the two states I am thinking about.
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Old 03-29-2014, 01:20 AM   #133
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Remember in TX you are required to get a non commerical class b license for any RV weighting more than 26k lbs or depending on weight of what you are pulling
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I'm debating on SD or TX.. The problem with SD is that the weather there on my birthday is not... All that welcoming to a class A.. And the problem with Texas is political but those are the two states I am thinking about.
Also remember that in Texas starting next year you will have to have your MH in the state and have it inspected within 90 days prior to your registration expiring before you can renew the registration. This is gonna change a lot of opinions for people who don't actually live in Texas but buy license plates here due to the lower taxes and registration costs!

Hopefully though it will also get some rather illegal vehicles and trailers either off the road or repaired!
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Old 03-29-2014, 08:55 AM   #135
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None in Iowa. License is $400/year.
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Also remember that in Texas starting next year you will have to have your MH in the state and have it inspected within 90 days prior to your registration expiring before you can renew the registration. This is gonna change a lot of opinions for people who don't actually live in Texas but buy license plates here due to the lower taxes and registration costs!

Hopefully though it will also get some rather illegal vehicles and trailers either off the road or repaired!
Can you provide me with the quoted law on that one? When you purchase a vehicle in texas, let's say a new vehicle, the registration tag and the inspection tag are generally in the same month. The dealer puts the inspection tag on the vehicle, and the title clerk is registering it. All my vehicle registrations and inspections are the same month, and have been for years. Any info would be appreciated.
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Tennessee, no income tax, no personal property tax, no special drivers license, no state inspection, and license fee $55-75 a year for auto or mh makes no difference.
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I'm impressed to see that Tennessee's sales tax is 7%. I think that's what it was when I was going to school there 35 years ago. Is that even possible? Maybe I'm confusing the percentage alcohol allowable in beer. I went from a 3.2 state to TN that had 6.0. I don't remember much after that.
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I'm impressed to see that Tennessee's sales tax is 7%. I think that's what it was when I was going to school there 35 years ago. Is that even possible? Maybe I'm confusing the percentage alcohol allowable in beer. I went from a 3.2 state to TN that had 6.0. I don't remember much after that.
Yep 7% on the difference.
If you're 100% DAV they give you two auto license that are permanent and 175,000 property tax exemption. Maybe not the best state, but it has to rank in the top 5 IMHO.
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And the problem with Texas is political.
How so?
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