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Old 04-17-2013, 11:13 PM   #15
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Nevada. Our DMV rates are expensive and would never think of turning down the extra cash...

We have clear sky's due to our diligent smog testing...

And no income tax....
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:39 PM   #16
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which is better to register my motorhome in Arizona or Nevada? I understand the Dakotas and Texas have their advantages but not looking to go that far for now. Maybe even Oregon would be ok.
ok forgot to mention I am a full-timer. will be roaming the western united states.
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I cannot understand why some choose to "cheat" on tax's. If the tax base for a given item is in their opinion too high, why not move and relocate to a state that is more to their liking rather than falsify documents. It is no different than those that send their earnings out of the country to keep them from being taxed fairly. There is right and there is wrong !
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Old 04-19-2013, 11:15 AM   #18
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I cannot understand why some choose to "cheat" on tax's. If the tax base for a given item is in their opinion too high, why not move and relocate to a state that is more to their liking rather than falsify documents. It is no different than those that send their earnings out of the country to keep them from being taxed fairly. There is right and there is wrong !
Who cheating on taxes? Who is falsifying documents. People can be a legal resident of a state and travel all over the US and the world and work and vacation. Nobody is required to live in the city and state they claim as residency for taxes. They need only pay their taxes and fees in accordance with the law.
When I was in the military, I drove around expired CA drivers license, NJ plates on my truck, and was living in Indianapolis for 6 years. All was legal.
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