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Old 11-18-2014, 07:07 PM   #15
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And you might run into a higher property tax rate out of state.
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Old 11-19-2014, 06:17 AM   #16
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We were politely informed by a party unrelated to our sale that there is a way to register the vehicle in a state where we do not live, thus side-stepping the sales tax, they say. It's a legal loophole, they say.
It's done more often with yachts than RVs. The way to do it is form a corporation in a state that does not tax corporations, such as Delaware, and make the corporation the owner of the RV. It's perfectly legal, but the hassles of forming a corporation just for the purpose of owning and maintaining an RV make it impractical unless (1) you own several RVs; (2) they're incredibly expensive RVs; (3) you plan to lease out your RVs when you're not using them so that your corporation has some source of income.
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Old 11-19-2014, 06:33 AM   #17
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And you might run into a higher property tax rate out of state.
I'm betting there's a catch in there somewhere. In Texas we don't pay property tax on personal property such as vehicles, but I sure remember doing so in Missouri. I am told that the "Montana method" is more popular among owners of large Class A RVs, for whom sales tax can be the equivalent of a new car.
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?....... I am told that the "Montana method" is more popular among owners of large Class A RVs, for whom sales tax can be the equivalent of a new car.

True, it's probably not worth the hassle on Class-Bs.


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