How can you determine how much property tax you paid on your car for 2012?
Check with your county's tax revenue department or other department that handles local property taxes.
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If you owe property tax and the state is not allowing you to register your car unless it is paid if you move to another state can you register the car there?
I wouldn't think NC will worry about CT taxes as long as NC gets their taxes. Call the NC DMV and ask what is required for registration. GeneralStatutes ï¿½ 20-4.4. Authority for reciprocity agreements; provisions; reciprocity standards. (b) When the Commissioner enters into a reciprocal regi…stration agreement or arrangement with another jurisdiction which has a motor vehicle tax, license or fee which is not subject to waiver by a reciprocity agreement, the Commissioner is empowered and authorized to provide as a condition of the agreement or arrangement that owners of vehicles licensed in such other jurisdiction shall pay some equalizing tax or fee to the Division. The failure of any owner or operator of a vehicle to pay the taxes or fees provided in the agreement or arrangement shall prohibit them from receiving any benefits therefrom and they shall be required to register their vehicles and pay taxes as if there was no agreement or arrangement. (1961, c. 642, s. 1; 1971, c. 588; 1975, c. 716, s. 5.) ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt would be calculated from the actual selling price.. Answer . \nDepends 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.
You live in Texas. If you buy a vehicle from a private seller do you pay sales tax when you get it registerd If so how do they determine what amount to tax you on They have no idea how much you paid.?
Yes, there is a sales tax of 6.25% on all purchases. You must provide a bill of sale with the car VIN, the condition of the car, and the purchase price as well as the signature of the seller and buyer. You will then pay taxes on that amount - but Texas does have a min tax value for the car which is …~80% of the value they determine that car should be worth. ( Full Answer )
Can you place a lien against property owned by a family member if you paid the taxes on the property?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nSue them in small claims court.\n. \n. \n . \n Paying the taxes does not necessarily mean that the owner of the property would be legally obligated to repay the lender or said person would have any legal clam to the property in question.\n. \nThe party who paid t…he taxes needs to obtain a promissory note from the property owner showing the tax payment was a loan.\n. \nThat being the case, the lender might be able to recover money spent (as noted in a previous response) by suing the debtor in small claims or another state court, if the lender did not voluntarily repay the loan. \n. \nPlease be advised, the majority of US small claims courts are for monetary recovery only. Therefore, it might not be possible to execute a small claims judgment as a lien against real property. ( Full Answer )
Answer . I would say the answer is no. There could be exceptions for different countries and states. In order to purhase property by paying taxes on another person's property a foreclosure preceding is filed and posted then a purchase can be made at the time the property is offered for sale.
How do you find out about your credit report that says you have a tax lien I have paid all my taxes and really don't own much but a car I rent the house I live in?
Answer . Pull your credit report.. Evaluate what is NOT correct.. Challenge all items you believe are incorrect. Each credit reporting agency must demand verification of all challenged items with the original creditor and have a response within thirty days.. Your demand for validity should b…e in writing sent return receipt requested. ( Full Answer )
How much you pay ultimately depends on your own tax situation and tax rate. There is no specific rate or category for income from types of gambling. The withholding (like from a payroll, as an estimate of the tax) required at the casino is normally a minimum of 20%, but can depend again on your s…ituation too. It is NOT the amount you pay...just a payment in advance to assure the amount you owe is paid. Lottery and Gambling winnings are taxed like any other income. That amount, or percent, of course changes with everyones personal situation, other income, expenses, deductions, exemptions, STATE (and state income tax is a deduction to Federal taxable income, so that changes many things), dependents, etc. It is fair to say that 2 people, winning the same lottery would normally pay different amount of taxes. Proveable losses are deductible against winning, so keep those losing lottery tickets! Many people have tried to claim the winnings as Capital in nature, for the lower tax rate. The courts have denied that in each case. If you are a professional gambler, the tax handling may change, as it is income from self employment...there are both good and bad aspects to this. ( Full Answer )
No. In the U.S., individual taxpayers are generally considered "cash basis" -- that is, we claim income the year in which we receive it, and expenses the year in which we pay them.. So, property taxes paid during 2007 for any year are deductible only on a 2007 income tax return.
Yes, the IRS can take your property if you do not pay your taxes . It is called an asset seizure The likelihood of that happening is lower today that it was a few years ago. The IRS is not into seizures right now. They will more than likely levy your bank accounts, wages, or investment accounts bef…ore they take your property.. If you need help paying your back taxes, you can find out more information at wallysworldoftaxes.blogspot.com. ( Full Answer )
The property tax rates are set in each town. You would need to contact the town in which you are interested.
In South Florida, a typical Licensed CAM Portfolio Manager will typically get somewhere between $30,000 to $40,000 to start (with no experience), on up to $50,000 to $60,000, depending on the amount of properties that person manages. A Full Time, On-Site Manager will generally get $45,000 to $65,000…, possibly more, depending on the location and the price range of the association. That being said, we have seen a trend that for the higher compensation levels, associations will also require that manager to perform bookkeeping duties as well. ( Full Answer )
in mass. a car painter make from 25 to 35 an hour, i make $ 30 myself
Most car sales people make minimum wage for the area that they are in. HOWEVER, this is if they are not selling anything. When they make a sale, they get commission on the sale and that can add up to some pretty good money.
Taxed at your ordinary income rate, which varies person by person, based on other income, deductions, dependents, losses, State rate, city rate, etc., etc. and of course on the value of the house.
The property tax in California can vary from year to year. However, to calculate the California property tax for one's home is quite simple. The tax can not exceed more than 1% of the home's value and can not increase more than 2% from the previous year.
GST is payable on a used vehicle bought at a dealership. PST is only payable on a used vehicle in Saskatchewan if it has never been paid before.
$800,000 worth it?.... I THINK NOT... i could do a better job drawing a logo for 2012 with my c*ck
For your federal extension, you must try to estimate, to the best of your ability how much you owe. If you don't think you will owe anything or if you think you will be getting a refund, you don't have to send anything. If you sent too much, you'll get a refund when you file your return. If yo…u sent too little, interest will be assessed on the amount unpaid after April 15. The current interest rate is 4% per year. In addition, a failure to pay penalty of 0.5% per month or partial month will be assessed. If you pay at least 90% of the tax due by April 15 and then file your return and pay the rest by October 15, then the failure to pay penalty will be waived. ( Full Answer )
Property taxes are used to do many things within your town or borough. They use taxes to build and maintain roads, update sewage lines or other utilities they might provide, general maintence of the town and many, many other things. So, if we didnt pay taxes on our property, the town would reflect… that, by bad roads and no maintence. The quality of living in your town would decrease immencely. That is not a good thing. But by owning a home in a town and paying taxes, the town would reflect a good quality of surroundings, which in the end, helps you with the value of your property as who wants to own property in a poorly maintained town? So, in the end, it helps you too. If monies are used correctly, it is a good thing for everyone concerned. ( Full Answer )
They are added to your regular income, so genraally if small might not change tax bracket; but it might if large. So impossible to be precise. Check tax table. IRS.gov; i guess. ans How much you pay ultimately depends on your own tax situation and tax rate. There is no specific rate or cate…gory for income from types of gambling. The withholding (like from a payroll, as an estimate of the tax) required at the casino is normally a minimum of 20%, but can depend again on your situation too. It is NOT the amount you pay...just a payment in advance to assure the amount you owe is paid. Lottery and Gambling winnings are taxed like any other income. That amount, or percent, of course changes with everyones personal situation, other income, expenses, deductions, exemptions, STATE (and state income tax is a deduction to Federal taxable income, so that changes many things), dependents, etc. It is fair to say that 2 people, winning the same lottery would normally pay different amount of taxes. Proveable losses are deductible against winning, so keep those losing lottery tickets! Many people have tried to claim the winnings as Capital in nature, for the lower tax rate. The courts have denied that in each case. If you are a professional gambler, the tax handling may change, as it is income from self employment...there are both good and bad aspects to this. ( Full Answer )
Property taxes are local taxes. Each taxing district makes up its own rules. Generally, they send the taxpayer a bill. Some places it is annual, other places semi-annual or even quarterly. In many localities, the taxpayer has the option of mailing a check, using an electronic payment, or paying i…n person. If the taxpayer has a mortgage and the mortgage company is holding escrow payments, then the taxpayer usually forwards the bill to the mortgage company to be paid. ( Full Answer )
a car engineer would get paid fom Â£30,000 - Â£200,000 depending on how high in the ranks you are
According to www.bls.gov, the "median hourly wage-and-salary earnings of automotive service technicians and mechanics, including commission, were $16.24 in May 2006." The middle 50 percent earned between $11.96 and $21.56 per hour. The top 10 percent earned more than $27.22 per hour, and the bottom …10 percent earned less than $9.17. . "Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of service technicians were as follows:. Local government, excluding schools $19.07 Automobile dealers $18.85 Automotive repair and maintenance $14.55 Gasoline stations $14.51 Automotive parts, accessories, and tire stores $14.38 . Many experienced technicians employed by automobile dealers and independent repair shops receive a commission related to the labor cost charged to the customer. Under this system, weekly earnings depend on the amount of work completed. Employers frequently guarantee commissioned technicians a minimum weekly salary.". For reference, I looked up the minimum wage in 2006. The federal minimum wage rate from 1997 to 2006 was $5.15 in current dollars and the 2006 adjusted inflation rate was $4.04. ( Full Answer )
It really depends on what status you are as a car designer. Amateur/Still a student: You can go get some internships but I doubt you'll get paid, since youre still a student, unless, youre a genius and come out with some groundbreaking technology or design. Professional: Youre looking to about 5…0,000 to 70,000 dollars a year (approximate. It varies from different companies.) Chief of Design: You can earn quite a bit if you make it here, sometimes over 500,000 dollars a year, it depends, but chief designers definitely will make more, because of their status. ( Full Answer )
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NO . But some cities in Texas charge personal property taxes onleased vehicles. . From Carrollton's website: . "I thought the law was changed several years ago to exemptpersonal use leased vehicles from property taxation. Motor vehiclesleased for personal use after January 2, 2001 may be exempt f…romproperty taxes. Tax Code Section 11.252 defines these vehicles as passenger cars or trucks with a shipping weight of lessthan 9,000 pounds. The law defines "personal use" as using thevehicle more than 50 percent of its mileage for activities that donot involve the production of income. A city, however, may continue to tax personal leased vehicles, ifthe city adopted an ordinance to do so before January 1, 2002. TheCity of Carrollton did pass such an ordinance to continue to taxpersonal leased vehicles. In 2005, (the most recent year available)75 cities chose to continue taxing all leased vehicles, bothpersonal and business. A list of those cities can be found on theComptroller's website. Search on key words "leased vehicles". " ( Full Answer )
You are the only one that has all of the necessary information that will have to be reported on your income tax return for the year in order to do the calculation for the numbers that you are looking for. If you would like to do some estimated tax calculations you would need to go to the IRS gov w…ebsite and use the search box for 1040ES go to page 7 for the estimated tax worksheet and page 8 has the tax rate schedules. ( Full Answer )
There are a number of factors involved. The amount includeds but isn't limited to the amount the business brought in.
6% of the purchase price of the vehicle less credit for the trade in. Document fees & warranties are included in the purchase price (they are taxable). Insurance ( credit life/disabilty) is NOT taxable.
Depends on the state and city you live in which you did not list in your question.
How to estimate how much tax I need to pay on a used car I purchased in WV to get my registration and license
Generally: The law is that if your property taxes are not paid on time a penalty or interest begins to accrue. IF the default continues the government can take possession of the property by a tax taking and foreclosure procedure. Your land can then be sold to a new owner.
If there are two owners then each has the right to claim half unless the owners have entered into some other agreement in writing. If there are two owners then each has the right to claim half unless the owners have entered into some other agreement in writing. If there are two owners then each ha…s the right to claim half unless the owners have entered into some other agreement in writing. If there are two owners then each has the right to claim half unless the owners have entered into some other agreement in writing. ( Full Answer )
It's treated as capital gains; you only pay tax on the profit (the amount you sold it for, minus the amount you paid for it plus any improvements you made). "How much" varies, if you can't figure it out, you should probably consult a tax professional.
Most tax lawyers get a percentage of whatever you have gotten. If they have to handle the IRS for back taxes and what not, then they usually charge a commission fee and still another part of a percentage if you were to win. However, if you don't win, some lawyers do not charge.
Depending on the state or province (United States or Canada) you could have property taxes on the value of your personal property (household property may qualify, but typically personal property taxes are on business equipment and machinery) or real estate (single family detached homes, townhouses, …and condominiums. In all of these cases the assessed value represents the estimated value of the property on tax day. The assessed value is then multiplied by a tax rate that is set by the local governing body as part of their budget process to fund local services like education, police and fire protection, etc. ( Full Answer )
I think that it just depends on the school or on the public place because if you cant get that much then dont do it
No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town. No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town. No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are pai…d by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town. No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town. ( Full Answer )
The easiest way to determine how much the car is worth in the current market is to input data such as car model, age, mileage, and condition into an online service. Alternatively, one can always ask for an assessment from the local car dealer.
Generally, property tax is not determined based on a mortgage. If you owe a mortgage on your home or if it is paid in full, the property taxes will be the same. The difference for you is that you will need to track and pay the taxes yourself, instead of letting the mortgage company pay the taxes fro…m your escrow account. ( Full Answer )
The answer depends upon numerous factors, including the type of insurance policy involved. For example, a property insurance policy may provide for "actual cash value: or "replacement cost" payment. The first would pay for the loss or destruction of an item based upon its depreciated value. The seco…nd would pay for the present cost of replacing the item with one of like kind and quality. If a claim is made under a liability policy, the insurance adjuster has to make a determination of whether the insured was at fault--in whole or partially. Depending upon the governing law of the jurisdiction, the amount of "contributory" or "comparative" negligence attributable to the injured/harmed party would reduce his/her damages proportionately. ( Full Answer )
The land tax rates are determined by the local councils. All the councils have people who estimate the value of the land and they base taxes on that value. The tax rates may vary a lot per region.
Property taxes in all states depend on the size of the property and its location. In Ohio homes have property taxes in the 1.5 - 2.5 % range of the purchase price. Ohio also has city wage taxes generally in the 2% to 3% range.
It depends on the age of the car, how much of pollution the car produces and if you use the car for personal use too. The normal charge is between 15%-35%
In India, there is no tax to be paid for income upto Rs 200 000.
The amount a person gets paid for an accident from the insurancecompany will depend on the injuries sustained.
The names on the current deed determine who is listed as owner in the tax assessor's records. All the grantees on the deed are responsible for paying the property taxes.
The amount of tax that is paid on $1062.00 will depend on the state and county in which you live. Tax rates vary by location.
It's a city tax you pay twice a year on your property-based onpurchase price, generally it is taken care of for you by mortgageservicer out of escrow acct monthly. They set aside based on whatis projected and pay it when billed for you. The percentage isdifferent for ea. state. if it's 1 percent and… house was 100k forexample it's 1k per year/2 500.00 payments. Your escrow acct isperiodically reviewed and will be adjusted up/down to cover ifnecessary along w/HO insurance etc. ( Full Answer )
I can give you as many as you like: Residence, land, farm, factory,equipment, tractors, machinery, vacation property, recreationalvehicles, ATVs, motorcycle, golf cart, etc.