Published On: Fri, Oct 13th, 2017

You Can Avoid Paying Taxes on Your New Car, Although It’s Risky Business

You Can Avoid Paying Taxes on Your New Car, Although It's Risky Business

A few years ago, at a Kruse auction, I sat beside a bald bidder who’d already lost precious portions of his mind over a 2007 Ford Mustang GT-H, the black-and-gold Hertz clone. “I will get this car,” he assured, and he did, but for a sum greater than the Mustang’s original sticker. I asked about applicable auction fees and sales tax. “Oh, no sales tax,” he said. “Montana plates.” READ MORE ››

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You Can Avoid Paying Taxes on Your New Car, Although It’s Risky Business