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Answer It would be calculated from the actual selling price. Answer Depends on the regulations in your state. In my state, it is 6% of 90%… of the sticker, not what you actually pay. Check with the license bureau and they will tell you.
I believe it is 3.75%
This page should help http://www.denvergov.org/MotorVehicle/TitlesandRegistrations/TitlesandRegistrations8/tabid/391087/Default.aspx
Basically, the tax will be based on the notorized purchase price of the vehicle. State is 4% + parish tax where you live. https://web01.dps.louisiana.gov/omv1.nsf/0/9592ba8ece…03743d862564bb00561275?OpenDocument Will give you the regulations for tax collections.
You add the selling price of the car and the dealer documentation fees if any then times that by the counties sales tax. Each tax will be different based on the county you… are buying the car in.
What is the sales tax on used cars in Oklahoma
7.0% just as it is for most everything else in that state.
The sales tax for a used car as of 2011 is 7.72%
State sales tax is 7%. City of Memphis sales tax is 2.25%. So if you buy a car in Memphis, Tenn and titled it there you will pay 9.25% sales tax.
Sales tax for used cars varies in each state and city. Not only are you subject to state fees but many times depending on the city/county you registered your vehicle in you ar…e subject to municipal fees as well hope this helps.
The sales tax is around 98% per penny , so otherwords for every penny you must pay $400000.
If you file a Form 1040, and itemize deductions on Schedule A, you have the option of claiming either state and local income taxes or state and local sales taxes. (You can't c…laim both.) If you saved your receipts throughout the year, you can add up the total amount of sales taxes you actually paid and claim that amount if it is larger than your State & Local income taxes that year. In most States with an income tax this is rather uncommon, unless you have made some fairly substantial sales taxable purchases and have both a low taxable income and enough expenses to itemize.
In most states sales tax is based on the county you live in. When you buy a used car you must pay the sales tax because you are purchasing a non food item. Even though the per…son who originally bought it paid sales tax. If you go to a pawn shop and buy a used TV. you still have to pay sales tax. Also in most states what ever Dealer Fee or Service Fee is applied even though it is basically covering overhead and profit for the dealer is considered a service and where services are taxable it is taxed as well. Also keep in mind that the most states do not allow dealers to negotiate Dealer Fees or Service Fees but you can negotiate the price of the vehicle for the amount of the Fee.