Yes, in the state you title the car in which in your case is NH.
No, this is incorrect. Under MA law, you must pay 6.25 percent sales and use tax in MA regardless of where you plan to register the vehicle. You have 20 days in which to file the form and pay the tax if you're registering it anywhere other than in MA.
Failing to pay the sales and use tax on a MA purchase would be a criminal act.
Yes, you still will have to pay sales tax on the vehicle in the state in which you bought it. There is no way to avoid sales tax.
Illinois. You pay the sales tax levied by the jurisdiction you purchase the vehicle in. As an example, if you buy a loaf of bread in Illinois, then eat it in Ohio, you still pay the Illinois sales tax.
Yes, you do have to pay sales tax - it's like purchasing a second hand car. You still pay sales tax
Sales tax is based on where you live. so you pay the sales tax of Indiana, which I believe is 7%
Sales tax on a car in Georgia is based on the county you live. Does not matter what county you buy it in. If you live in another state and buy the car in GA some dealers will not collect the tax for your state. However when you register the car your state will collect the taxes owed.
You pay sales tax to whichever state you buy something from. It this case, it will be NY. However, you will have to pay property tax for your car in NJ because that is where you live.
You should be charged the sales tax from the state you live in. I know that if you live in NH and you buy a car in another state you aren't charged any tax because NH doesn't have tax.
You have to pay taxes on the car where you register it.
You will pay Indiana sales tax (7%).
If I live in Kansa but buy a car from a private party in Texas, how is sales tax calculated on the vehicle.
I almost positive that it's California, my father tried to buy a car in Oregon to save on sales tax but he still had to pay Washington sales tax on it.
Sales tax is generally paid to the county or city in which you register the vehicle.
No, but you will have to pay for the registration in Missouri.
Sales tax is based on where you live. You would pay 8.125% sales tax
yes, sales tax will depend on whether or not you actually live in Texas. If you do not and have no plans on registering the car in TX, then no sales tax. If you live here, but are keeping your CA residency, then yes, you will have to pay the tax.
Yes, and then when you take it back to your state and license it you will still pay your state sales tax. what if your company buys it out of state and sells it to your mother as a used car does she pay tax as well and at what rate. In most instances you are charged the sales tax rate of the area you live in regardless of where you purchase the vehicle.
Sales taxes and ownership taxes are assessed by cities, counties, and states. Most often the taxes on a new or used car sale are based on where you currently live, not always on where you buy your car. Almost always, the buyer of the car pays the sales taxes, not the seller.
As with any sales business, the car dealer must collect the sales tax.
You pay the tax rate base on where you live. If you live in Orange county but buy a car in Los Angeles, you'll pay only 8% sales tax instead of 9.
From what I gather, sales tax is paid in the state in which the car is ultimately registered. I just bought a car in NY state, but unfortunately it looks like I have to pay NJ sales tax, which is slightly higher. Dang it.
If you're buying a car out of state, you'll pay sales tax when you register the car in your home state. Most dealers can handle registrations in other states, too.
You always pay taxes for the county the business is in not the one you live in.
You pay the sales tax for the state in which you're going to register your car.