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Old 05-24-2007, 10:51 PM   #29
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Oh now I see what you mean! Great idea!

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Old 05-27-2007, 10:59 PM   #30
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Rod, if you and your wife go you each get to declare the deduction I think, what ever the amount is for the time you are away. And if you take the kids ........it could get even better. Check the website, but I do believe it can all be combined.

We are heading down late this week to look at a rig for Lee (with the '35 Ford and 17' Boler you met at Deming two years ago with us), and he's busy researching all the ins and outs as well.

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Old 05-31-2007, 11:52 PM   #31
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Turns out it's no big hassle.

Canadian side bringing the trailer in

1. as long as you have a title,
2. a bill of sale from the seller with the same name as noted on the title
3. it has to be 15 years or older to not require the Ministry of Transport requirements. If it is 15 years or newer you can bring it in but it then has to go for certification.
4. you pay GST and you are off

US side when exiting the US with trailer in tow:

1. export rules do exist even though this is a trailer and not motorized
2. you are still required to stop at the US Customs and they will confirm the title s/n matches the trailer s/n, and that it was sold by the title holder.
3. unlike motorized vehicles where you are required to provide them with all the appropriate documents 72 hours in advance of your arrival, with a trailer no advance notice is required and we understand that this can be done during their office business hours (not sure about weekends but I got the impression that you could)

I hope that helps. We will be physically doing this next week so if we hit any variances I will let you know.

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Old 06-01-2007, 10:37 AM   #32
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Rod, if you and your wife go you each get to declare the deduction I think, what ever the amount is for the time you are away. And if you take the kids ........it could get even better. Check the website, but I do believe it can all be combined.
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It can't be combined.

From: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cp/...44-e.html#P026
What conditions apply to your personal exemptions?
You cannot combine your personal exemptions with another person's or transfer them to someone else.
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Old 06-01-2007, 10:41 PM   #33
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Thanks for looking that up DavidsonOverlander. Well that's too bad we can't leverage that angle. Oh well, the spouse can declare all the goodies you pick up at Camping World on the return trip maybe.

With the Canadian dollar getting close to par this is also a great time to make those purchases over the line.

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