You will pay Indiana sales tax (7%).
Normally you pay the sales tax in the state you reside in. If you live in Georgia you would not pay sales tax in Indiana, you would pay sales taxes when you registered the car in Georgia.
Sales tax is based on where you live. so you pay the sales tax of Indiana, which I believe is 7%
It varies from state to state. Where I live (Washington State) you pay sales tax on the difference in value between the new car and the trade-in vehicle. Example: New car purchase price $25,000, trade-in car value $10,000; tax is paid on $15,000. It varies from state to state. Where I live (Washington State) you pay sales tax on the difference in value between the new car and the trade-in vehicle. Example: New car purchase price $25,000, trade-in car value $10,000; tax is paid on $15,000.
== == The operative word here is SALES TAX. Which is collected when a car is SOLD. If you SOLD the car, then sales tax is due on that sale amount.
Yes you can trade the car. Yes you will have to pay sales tax and yes you will receive a 1099 tax form for the value of the car just in time for tax season next year.
Sales tax in Pennsylvania is calculated on the difference between the sales price of the car and the trade-in amount. This is usually called the "money difference"
Zero, if you trade a more expensive car in and get a cheaper one
5 to 5.2% depending on the county you are in.
yes. i am a dealer in indiana and we are required to collect the 7% indiana sales tax and give the customer a tax form stating that we have collected the 7% indiana sales tax. the customer takes the tax form in when regestering the vehicle and payes the difference to their state. for example i sell a car to an illinois resident i collect the 7% and when they regester it in illinois they will pay the difference between the 2.
Yes. Here's why:A person buying a new vehicle can only trade in a vehicle he/she owns personally. So, if you come to the dealer with a car your boyfriend owns, that he gave you to trade in on the car you're buying, the title to the car being traded must first be transferred into your name so that you can legally trade it. Unfortunately, in PA, sales tax is collected by the state every time a car is sold or the title changes hands. In a gift situation, tax is figured on the value of the car, except when a vehicle is given to an immediate family member (such as mother to daughter), in which situation no tax is charged.However, it can all be done at one sitting, so long as all the documents and ID's are in order.
One can purchase a Mazda Familia from: Sela, Auto Speed, Auto Trader, Gumtree, Car Point, Trade Car View, eBay, Trades Online, Sri Car, Car Sales, Trade Me, Breaker Yard, to name a few.
New car sales tax in Ky is 6%. Trade in value is deducted from the selling price. You pay taxes on the difference.
Yes, when you register it, the tax is collected by the MVD. If you trade a car in (at dealer) the value of trade in may reduce the amount the taxable sale is calculated on.
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You generally pay the sales tax where you purchase the vehicle. Sometimes, if it is in another state they are unwilling or unable to collect tax for that state. I would pay the tax at the dealer where you are purchasing it if that's what they say in Indiana. Make sure it is listed on your bill of sale so that when you register the vehicle, you can get credit for the sales tax in your state. If it is wrong, they States should work it out between themselves. If I were you I would call your Tax Commissioner's Office where you live and ask them as well unless you are will to pay sales tax twice.
You are probably thinking of The Middle. The Heck family live in rural Indiana and the wife, in some seasons, was a used car sales person.
No, the cooling off period or buyer's remorse law only applies to unsolicited sales and not to the purchase of an vehicle.
Yes. It is quick and doesn't cost you as much as you might think, especially if you drive the right kind of car. Also, many states give you credit for your trade when figuring sales tax. For instance, let's say you are buying a $20,000 car, and have a $12,000 trade. The sales tax in my state is 6 percent on cars. You will pay taxes on $8,000 in most states, instead of $20,000, for a savings of $720.
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The Isuzu Dmax can be purchased online from many different online car dealers. Some examples of these online car dealers include Auto Trade and Car Sales.
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