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Old 09-23-2008, 10:54 AM   #1
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Hi Everyone,
My DH and I are hoping that we will get to move to our property in Georgia next year. We are trying to get all our ducks in a row and I've been asking anyone I know who lives in Georgia to help me out with stuff.
Latest I heard, and I knew of it, but don't understand how it works - is the personal property tax stuff.
I was told my tags on my personal vehicles will reflect any 'personal property tax' liability when I renew them. But the RV, any buildings, boats, ATV's or pools will be taxed separately under the 'personal property tax' also.
Does anyone know HOW this works?
Do I fill out forms or does the tax man come visit my house when I move up there? (If so the RV will be at a campground that day....ha ha ha)
Thanks,
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:54 AM   #2
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Hi Everyone,
My DH and I are hoping that we will get to move to our property in Georgia next year. We are trying to get all our ducks in a row and I've been asking anyone I know who lives in Georgia to help me out with stuff.
Latest I heard, and I knew of it, but don't understand how it works - is the personal property tax stuff.
I was told my tags on my personal vehicles will reflect any 'personal property tax' liability when I renew them. But the RV, any buildings, boats, ATV's or pools will be taxed separately under the 'personal property tax' also.
Does anyone know HOW this works?
Do I fill out forms or does the tax man come visit my house when I move up there? (If so the RV will be at a campground that day....ha ha ha)
Thanks,
Jo
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:15 AM   #3
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Georgia has an ad valorum tax. When you renew your license plate on or before your birthdate each year you pay the taxes on cars, trucks motor homes etc. It is the pits!!!
Not only do you pay 7% sales tax when you buy the vehicle you continue to pay for as long as you own the vehicle. It decreases slightly each year, but is still considerable.
I bought a new MH is SC and they have a $300 maximum sales tax on any item. That is all. I paid that and when I registered it in Georgia, I had to pay the balance of the sales tax minus the $300 I paid in SC.
Our legislature in it's wisdom considered a bill that would cut the ad valorum in half or do away with it completely, but voted it down because they said the counties would suffer.
Never mind the folks that live in the counties suffering.
Georgia is a nice place to live, but is not in the least tax friendly.
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:44 AM   #4
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Ah gees, I forgot about re-registering ALL my vehicles when I move there........
So register 1 car, 1 truck, and 1 fifth wheel.
Also, they will tax us on the mobile home, the 2 carports and the 4 car garage building........
yikes - that will be alot !
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It's easy to figure your taxes...The govt ask how much you make, then ask you to send it all to them. What a country.
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