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Old 01-24-2012, 09:54 AM   #29
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Nevada has no state income tax, we do have real estate taxes, but... isn't part of the cost of vehicle registration a form of personal property tax? Here it's based on the original cost of the vehicle.
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dont want to split hairs
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if you were able to get the second set for 4 or less....i need to know so i can go a refund


Well, woe is me! It is $4 if you mail it in, $3 in person - in Texas

Now, I just checked the registration on the MH, and the TOAD, and both were $3 - I must have gone in person. HOWEVER, that - according to the tax office I just called - was a mistake. I guess it has been a mistake for 4 years, I just never knew it was a mistake. So the next time I go in I will point it out to them and see what happens. I hope I don't have to "pay back taxes." I know who to come look for since this was brought up.

Like I said, woe is me.

Texas made some changes starting in Sept. 2011. Since my registration is August, it may have been an old fee schedule getting two for $3.
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:33 AM   #31
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Also, no property tax on vehicles in PA.
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I forgot to add, maybe we should put it in a veterans issues topic, but
in texas and i assume many other states as well
that if your 100% dav you get zero property taxes up to 22 acres, needless to say i paid 18 last year and this year it goes to zero on our "estate"

the best part is here we have lots of folks looking and searching and sharing which helps the decision process


I love texas, always have
plus we can secede if the needed
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No tax here other than sales tax at purchase, but they get us on just about everything else, so I couldn't recommend New York!
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I'm not sure I would want to post all the issues. Ha ha!

Our taxes are not zero, but they are small amounts.
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Seems to me that very few states actually charge personal property tax on RVs. Would be easier to post a list of states that do rather than states that don't.

But as many have said, if you actually have the option to "choose" a state, look at all costs, not just personal property tax.
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Montana. No sales tax either.
But, like Oregon, a high personal income tax.
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Nevada has no state income tax, we do have real estate taxes, but... isn't part of the cost of vehicle registration a form of personal property tax? Here it's based on the original cost of the vehicle.
I think you are talking about an ad valorem tax...and, no, not all states have an ad valorem tax.
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Ohio about $40 to get tags for tt and about $55 for the SUV per year. No personal property tax on RVs or cars.

But, we have high yearly property taxes. Bought home in 91' where property taxes were $800 a year, now are $2900 a year. With the housing market in the toilet, I have lost 20 years of equity. My home is valued about the same as when I bought it 20 years ago, but taxes have about quad-tripled.
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No income tax but 8% plus sales tax except on vehicles it can get to 10% or so. The property tax on land/house is kind of high too.

Our MH is about $130 a year her in WA. They add a weight tax to the basic cost.
Oops, I just looked ours up, it was $155.75 for the MH.

Still better than 2000 when we had a two year old gas unit and paid $2,200 for a one year renewal. Then there was a referendum that passed and lowered the vehicle tags to $35. Since then they've added the weight tax to get more $$ out of us.

We took the extra $200 a month a bought a DP!
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I love texas, always have plus we can secede if the needed
And join Mexico?
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Vermont TAX

At least 6% sales tax on any purchase, vehicle, appliances, rv's etc etc etc.. No yearly use tax just $60.00 yr registration, titles run about $15.00 for any motorized vehicle. Reg for TT was less don't remember now how much and 6% sales tax on just about everything 'cept rest. & lodging that's almost 10%. Some towns Williston & So. Burlington have an additional tax of 1% sales tax and of course that's where the BIG box stores are located. property taxes are high and the state income tax is at 28% of your Federal tax. NO breaks for veterans unless you're at least 50% disabled.
Vermont became the most expensive state to live in in 2012 that's why we're heading south this spring. Hope the grass is greener down there!
What do you guys suggest for affordable places to live where it's warm in the winter months, and not so hot you can't do anything outside in the summer?
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