Sales tax used cars in ohio?
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.
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.
I am a car salesman. In some states you do and some you dont it simply depends on what state you are located in. if you wish you can contact me via email and i will find out not only what the sales tax is or even if you have to pay it based on the state and county you are in.\n. \ndhibbsibo@yahoo….com\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIn Mass. yes-when you register, don't know about other states (MORE)
Yes. You pay the sales tax to the dealership. If you buy from someone who is not a dealer, then the highway department will collect it from you.
No you don't pay taxes to an individual, only a dealer. You will pay the sales tax at the dmv when you go to register the vehicle.
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
Answer . you will pay more tax if someone gives you a can them if you make out a bill for 100.00 if you do not have a sale bill then you are going to pay taxes on the current value of that vehicle. so if the book says is wot=rth 3000.00 with no bill of sale you will pay taxes on 3000.00. so mak…e out sale bill for the amount that is fair (MORE)
Answer . If the car is $2500 or less there is no sales tax.----------Actually its 2499, at least in Pope county
According to Infiniti in Knoxville it is 7%.. As of July 15, 2002 the sales tax on automobiles new or used in Tennessee is as follows: 7% of the purchase price BEFORE the application of any rebates, plus whatever the local option sales tax is on the first $1600 of the purchase price, plus an additi…onal special state sales tax of 2.75% on the second $1600 of the purchase price. This information comes from a document published by the Tennessee Department of Revenue in January 2008. (MORE)
\nI believe the sales tax is the same if you buy from a dealership or from an individual - $6.25%.
Yes, the Doc Fee is actually nothing more than extra dealer profit and as such is taxable.
If you have not made you payments like you oulhsd, and the place you have the loan with has requested IRS to offset your refund, yes IRS will offset the refund and send you the difference if any remaining.
It depends on the county in which the vehicle is sold. (ex: Lake county 5.75%, Cuyahoga county is 6.25%).
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/0/9592ba8ece03743d862564bb00561275?OpenDocument Will give you the regulations for tax collections.
As of right now the sales tax in GA on an automobile is based on your county of residence. Whatever you pay for anything in your county will be the same rate of tax for a new car. Even if you buy your new car out of state, your sales tax will be paid to GA at your county of residence rate. So if you… live in say Cherokee County and it cost you 6% tax to buy a new pair of shoes at your local shoe retailer, it will also cost you 6% tax to buy a new car, even if you by it in a different county that has a higher or lower rate of tax. The only exception to this is buying a vehicle that is titled to an individual (i.e. private sale). (MORE)
Private sales of used cars pay only the PST. Used cars bought from Dealers pay both PST/GST (the dealers are providing a service - go figure).
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.
Answer:. Sales Tax in the state of Texas is 6.25% of the purchase price. Title, licence, and registration will be extra. There is also a new $5.00 deputy fee that the state is collecting.
No, sales tax is not built into the sticker price of a used car in the US. Taxes are included in some other countries.
\nYes. Go to http://www.dmv.de.gov/dmvfeecalc/feecalc.ejs to figure out the fees to transfer a used car in Delaware.
Each state and many counties have their own sales tax rate. The tax on used cars is most often at the same rate as general merchandise. That rate is easy to find out -- it is posted in most store and is available online in most counties. Several states have no sales tax. These include New Hampshir…e and Oregon. (MORE)
The sales tax on new cars, motor homes and pick-up trucks in Mississippi is 5%. Used sales tax for vehicles under 10,000 pounds is 3%
What is the sales tax in NM on a used car purchased in Texas It is collected by the Motor Vehicle Dept along with registration, title and other fees. it makes no difference where you purchase it.
The sales tax rate on used cars in Texas as of August, 2009 was 6.25 percent. This post is being made September 17, 2009 and I know of no increase since August. Hope this helps.
Ohio counties apply sales tax in addition to the state rate (5.5% at the time of this post). The 'Sources and related links' below has the latest rates.
The rate varies by location of purchase. See 'Sources and related links' below for the current rate.
Yes. Utah taxes everything. Even if you bought the vehicle out of state, they will want you to pay tax when you try to register it.
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 are subject to municipal fees as well hope this helps.
Tax increased October 8th, 2009 to 8 percent. Cars are taxed where they are registered, not where you purchased them.
The sales tax is around 98% per penny , so otherwords for every penny you must pay $400000.
The current sales tax rate in Beachwood, Ohio is 8 percent. Mostother places in Ohio are at 5. 7 percent.
Yes, the purchase of a used vehicle is subject to NJ 7% sales tax, based on the purchase price of the car. The sales tax is paid when the vehicle is registered with NJMVC.
Sale of used commercial vehicles are taxable at the reduced rate of 5% under the Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax Act 2006 as per Notification No.II(1)/CTR/12(R-25)/2011 dated 12.7.2011. The reduction in rate of tax to 5% in respect of tax payable under Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax Act 2006 by any dealer ot…her than dealer in automobiles including commercial vehicles, two wheelers and three wheelers on the sale of used motor vehicles which have suffered tax already either under the erstwhile TNGST Act 1959 or the TNVAT Act 2006 and registered within the State of Tamil Nadu under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, subject to the condition that the dealer shall not be eligible to avail input tax credit. ABHIVIRTHI Tax and Industrial Consultancy, Madurai (MORE)
At the time of this post it was 6.5% but the 'Sources and related links' below has the latest rate.
To the state you title the car in. No matter where you buy your used or new car, the tax needs to be paid to the state where you will be titling and registering it. They will ask for it when you go to the DMV.
The used sales tax for the state of Alabama on a used car is thesame as a new car. 2.0% is the state sales tax. There is also cityand county sales tax. This varies from each city and county.
If you live and register the car in Illinois then you will pay the Illinois car dealer for the sales tax. If you live in a different state than where you bought the car the dealer might collect the sales tax if the two states have a cooperative agreement. If the states do not have an agreement yo…u will pay the sales tax when your register the car. (MORE)
Sales tax on ANY car in MA is 6.25 percent as of 2012, due within 10 days.
This depends on which state you are registering the car. All states have different tax rates.
Yes, there is a sales tax on cars in TN. If you purchase your car from a licensed dealer, they will collect the sales tax but if you purchased your car from an individual you will be responsible for the tax when you register your car in your county.
VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE OF SALES AND USE TAX LIABILITIESDUTIES OF THE TAXPAYER To complete a disclosure, and when applicable, the taxpayer is required to register and begin complying with the Ohio sales and use tax statutes. Generally, the Division will not entertain a prospective only offer when nexu…s exists. If tax has been collected from customers but not remitted, there is no limitation to the lookback period. All tax collected must be paid. If tax should have been collected on Ohio sales but was not, or if Ohio tax is due on purchases, that tax and interest must be resolved for a limited number of years prior to contact. (The number of years will vary depending upon the effective date of nexus.) Individual circumstances will determine how tax and interest for prior years will be paid. Options include: Go to the below website for more information tax.ohio.gov/divisions/sales_and_use/documents/voluntarydisclosure.pdf (MORE)
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. ans You pay sales tax on cars when you register the vehicle. The dealer collects it when you buy through them, otherwise the MVD does…. (MORE)
I was always under the impression that the sales tax in Paterson, NJ was 3%. When I went to buy a used car they wanted to charge 7%. Is that correct? Thanks!
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 claim both.) If you saved your receipts throughout the year, you can add up the total amount of sales taxes you ac…tually 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. (MORE)
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 person 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. Als…o 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. (MORE)
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.
6.5% at the time of this post. 'Sources and related links' below has the current rate.
bought a $7,500 used m.c. from a private individual. Paid apx. $500in tax to Ohio at time of titling with the state. What a rip off.Ohio also charges a 3% surcharge if you use your credit card to paythe tax.
The state sales tax rate in Colorado is 2.900%. With local taxes,the total sales tax rate is between 2.900% and 10.900%.
The City of Chicago Wheel Tax is the equivalent of the state vehicle registration tax and is due annually. There are different rates for different sizes and types of vehicles. The City of Chicago rates increased with the approval of the FY2012 City Budget, effective January 1, 2012. The annual rate …per automobile will increase from $75 to $85 for small passenger vehicles and from $120 to $135 for large passenger vehicles. Hope this helped :) (MORE)
The state sales tax rate in Illinois is 6.250%. With local taxes,the total sales tax rate is between 6.250% and 11.000%.