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Date: 2002-03-06 11:05
Subject: Anyone know anything about this??
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If I live in california and buy a car in nevada do I pay a tax? Not sure if there is some type of interstate car transportation sales tax, or excise tax or registration tax.
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J.
User: beddheadd
Date: 2002-03-06 12:30 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I thought any taxes on cars...are based on where you live?
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2002-03-06 12:33 (UTC)
Subject: Re:
Well how could a Nevada dealer charge you for Californian sales tax and Orange County sales tax :)
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J.
User: beddheadd
Date: 2002-03-06 14:11 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Well, how can he not? I think it would be all right and it could make sense...
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icelily5
User: icelily5
Date: 2002-03-06 14:50 (UTC)
Subject: This is just a guess...
When you buy something online/phone/etc that's located in another state, they don't charge you sales tax. So I don't think they'd charge you sales tax for buying a car in Nevada if you are here in California when the transaction was made. As for other taxes associated with buying a car, I haven't a clue. :P
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J.
User: beddheadd
Date: 2002-03-06 14:56 (UTC)
Subject: Re: This is just a guess...
But sometimes they charge you sales tax based on the zip code you put down as a billing verification. That happens when I buy makeup from Sephora.com and Beauty.com, and also when I buy my contacts from this place located in Florida. It depends on how big/small a store you purchase from, and how big/small the transaction is, too, I guess.
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User: dangarion
Date: 2002-03-06 15:01 (UTC)
Subject: Re: This is just a guess...
If that place in Florida is doing it that is becasue they have a brick and mortar store in CA.
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J.
User: beddheadd
Date: 2002-03-06 15:04 (UTC)
Subject: Re: This is just a guess...
Hmm. They might be distributors, but I doubt they've got a store here. It's ContactsLand.com. They have a cheesy-looking site, but my contacts (ProClear) are cheap there, so it works for me, even with California sales tax.
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2002-03-06 15:27 (UTC)
Subject: Re: This is just a guess...
They are ripping you off then... They can't charge tax unless they have a B&M in your state, because they don't claim that money to the state of CA
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icelily5
User: icelily5
Date: 2002-03-06 19:20 (UTC)
Subject: Re: This is just a guess...
Yeah, the only time they charge you CA sales tax is if they have a warehouse/store/something that's located in CA.
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Andie Pandie: ?
User: abnrml
Date: 2002-03-06 16:32 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
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You know i Dont think they do because I know people that have driven to Oregon to buy cars because of the no tax thing i will ask them and see what they say about that
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2002-03-06 16:39 (UTC)
Subject: Re:
Thanks!
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Andie Pandie
User: abnrml
Date: 2002-03-06 17:21 (UTC)
Subject: Re:
Yup Yup
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aznorchids
User: aznorchids
Date: 2002-03-06 22:23 (UTC)
Subject: Hmmm....
I don't think they charge tax. I seem to remember when one of my friend's brother bought a car they got it out of state because there wouldn't be sales tax...
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 2002-03-12 15:58 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
you'll have to pay tax to the state of CA and your county when you register the car...
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