Yes, in Michigan you will pay sales tax on everything purchased, private or not, except food and water.
If I live in Kansa but buy a car from a private party in Texas, how is sales tax calculated on the vehicle.
If you buy a used car from a private party, you pay no sales tax, although you are legally supposed to report it. If you buy a used car from a dealer, you will pay sales tax.
No ... there is no sales tax on private person to person sales on used cars. Buying from a dealer may be a different story.
You have to buy it in the action sales ... or the private sales !
If you buy a used car from a private party, there is no sales tax charged. If you buy from a dealer you will pay sales tax based on the county of registration. You pay sales tax on cars when you register the vehicle. The dealer collects it when you buy through them, otherwise the MVD does.
No, but use tax will apply. What is use tax and how is it calculated?
Oregon has no sales tax and no use tax, so the answer is no, you would not owe any use tax whether on a used car from a private party or a new car from a dealership.
You buy it in the auctions or private sales.
which co. sales st. miguel beer in metro detroit/ michigan
Any private seller would save you the sales tax
Yes, you will be able to buy liquor on Sunday in Michigan. Some places can start sales of liquor at 7 AM if they have a special license.
You can buy one in the private sales or auctions.
You must buy one from the Private Sales or from the Auctions.
No they do not. However if you buy one from a dealer you will need to do standard federal paperwork registering it from you. Not required for private party sales.
You can buy them at most antique markets, estate sales, etc.
When you have been on Howrse long enough you can buy a Horse from the auctions or Private Sales
Yes, off course
Used from a private party.
Depends on the state you are in. Pick up your phone book and call the state motor vehicle dept office in your town, or in some states the county clerk does it, or here in NH it's the town clerk. In GA, you don't pay sales tax if a private party; only dealer sales are subject to sales tax. Or maybe they closed that loophole by now.
If you buy it from a private owner there is no sales tax. If you get it from a dealership, you'll pay ~8% sales tax
Nevada residents do not pay sales tax on privately purchased used cars when purchased in NV. However, I can find nothing at the DMV site that describes an out of state private purchase scenario, so you will have to call the DMV in NV to get them to clarify it.
You buy one in the private sales or auctions, usually for a good price.
Cash or certified check