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RE: Health Insurance questions for full timers.

"you will be signing up for an ACA plan, then you only need to be a Oregon resident, and not make Oregon your domicile. There's a difference." Residing in Oregon for health care reasons only causes other problems .. Taxes .. I'm looking at the whole picture not just the Heath care .. I'm sorry I wasn't clear but Oregon will come after them kinda like a Montana llc perhaps they don't make much ( aca) why not become real residents and solve all the questions I understand the healthcare part ..YOU or nobody else answers how to become a resident of Oregon and not reside there AND Declare another state as domicile ? If I could do that I'd love to ..and keep my Oregon health plan As long as I won't owe Oregon any income taxes ( my tax consultant says I can't) By the way I originally answered the question they asked about Oregon tax on there vehicles and added the other tax info because they obviously didn't know. But I defer to you or others on the ACA legalities re residency
jorbill2or 08/17/17 08:25pm Full-time RVing
RE: Legally avoiding California Sales Tax

My wife and I have been discussing a year long road trip for a while. This seems like a good time to not only purchase a new RV but also begin our year long road trip. We would not take the RV into California at all for the year (so many other places to visit). I see no problem in setting up a Montana LLC (or even Oregon) and just staying out of the state for the year. At this time we even still have Washington State Drivers Licenses. I plan on living in CA when making the purchase, but do not plan on being a legal resident. I realize that legally because I do not own or rent a home, nor do I send my kids to school, nor have I registered to be a voter, or any of the other requirements, I do not have to get a CA DL. Based on your above statements it sounds like your legal domicile is WA, and you intend to fulltime for at least a year. With the qualification that I highly recommend you seek competent legal/CPA advice, if you do the following, you just MAY be able to legally do a Montana LLC. I don't believe OR is an option as you're not a resident of that state. 1. Take delivery of the coach outside of CA. 2. Keep the coach out of CA (and WA to be on the safe side) for a year. 3. Keep all receipts (campground, fuel, food, etc) for that year. Again I can't stress enough the need to get competent legal/CPA advice, preferably from someone in CA.
BobGed 04/16/17 10:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Legally avoiding California Sales Tax

I've mentioned in a couple threads that I am looking at a Newmar Baystar. Unfortunately the actual price is coming in ~35K lower than MSRP. From what I understand California charges sales tax on MSRP not actual purchase price (which is stupid). I am not against paying taxes, but this is an extra 3K on top of a 9K tax bill. My wife and I have been discussing a year long road trip for a while. This seems like a good time to not only purchase a new RV but also begin our year long road trip. We would not take the RV into California at all for the year (so many other places to visit). Saving 12K in tax could pretty much fund our whole gas and a significant portion of our lodging bill for the year. I see no problem in setting up a Montana LLC (or even Oregon) and just staying out of the state for the year. At this time we even still have Washington State Drivers Licenses as we only recently moved here (and will probably get hit with a $300 fine when we do get our DL), but I cannot see an issue even if we had CA DL as long as we don't take the MH into California. Has anybody tried this, anybody see any issues? I am not looking for legal advice, I understand this is always at my own risk, but would be interesting to know peoples thoughts. I wonder if anyone has ever challenged this, since sales tax is supposed to be on the actual sales price and I've paid just 6 cents tax on used vehicles in more than one state. Having said that, I'd be inclined to reside in my LLC Montana coach and rent or keep a second home in CA. I mean you are allowed to cross the border into CA with any out of state licensed vehicle, are you not? Also work in that state without establishing residency? Umm, if you read through the thread you'll find that the OP's information was incorrect. The tax is on the actual purchase price not the MSRP so there is nothing to challenge.
toedtoes 04/16/17 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Legally avoiding California Sales Tax

I've mentioned in a couple threads that I am looking at a Newmar Baystar. Unfortunately the actual price is coming in ~35K lower than MSRP. From what I understand California charges sales tax on MSRP not actual purchase price (which is stupid). I am not against paying taxes, but this is an extra 3K on top of a 9K tax bill. My wife and I have been discussing a year long road trip for a while. This seems like a good time to not only purchase a new RV but also begin our year long road trip. We would not take the RV into California at all for the year (so many other places to visit). Saving 12K in tax could pretty much fund our whole gas and a significant portion of our lodging bill for the year. I see no problem in setting up a Montana LLC (or even Oregon) and just staying out of the state for the year. At this time we even still have Washington State Drivers Licenses as we only recently moved here (and will probably get hit with a $300 fine when we do get our DL), but I cannot see an issue even if we had CA DL as long as we don't take the MH into California. Has anybody tried this, anybody see any issues? I am not looking for legal advice, I understand this is always at my own risk, but would be interesting to know peoples thoughts. I wonder if anyone has ever challenged this, since sales tax is supposed to be on the actual sales price and I've paid just 6 cents tax on used vehicles in more than one state. Having said that, I'd be inclined to reside in my LLC Montana coach and rent or keep a second home in CA. I mean you are allowed to cross the border into CA with any out of state licensed vehicle, are you not? Also work in that state without establishing residency?
tropical36 04/16/17 06:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Legally avoiding California Sales Tax

...I see no problem in setting up a Montana LLC (or even Oregon) and just staying out of the state for the year... you may not see a problem with this but Sacramento may. being aggressive in paying only those taxes which you legitimately owe is one thing but most taxing bodies take a dim view of tax avoidance. I would research the heck out of forming a Montana LLC (or any state for that matter) before I pulled that trigger and my research would include an hour with a good tax atty in California. I suspect you're gonna find that this is a pay me now or pay me later situation. good luck.
rk911 04/16/17 01:50pm Class A Motorhomes
Legally avoiding California Sales Tax

I've mentioned in a couple threads that I am looking at a Newmar Baystar. Unfortunately the actual price is coming in ~35K lower than MSRP. From what I understand California charges sales tax on MSRP not actual purchase price (which is stupid). I am not against paying taxes, but this is an extra 3K on top of a 9K tax bill. My wife and I have been discussing a year long road trip for a while. This seems like a good time to not only purchase a new RV but also begin our year long road trip. We would not take the RV into California at all for the year (so many other places to visit). Saving 12K in tax could pretty much fund our whole gas and a significant portion of our lodging bill for the year. I see no problem in setting up a Montana LLC (or even Oregon) and just staying out of the state for the year. At this time we even still have Washington State Drivers Licenses as we only recently moved here (and will probably get hit with a $300 fine when we do get our DL), but I cannot see an issue even if we had CA DL as long as we don't take the MH into California. Has anybody tried this, anybody see any issues? I am not looking for legal advice, I understand this is always at my own risk, but would be interesting to know peoples thoughts.
superrayzor 04/16/17 01:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Though there are many issues with the Montana LLC option and many have felt the "Sting" of an Treasury tax evasion investigation. That law would not effect me if I decided to risk it.. Sticker price on this house was too low. Thus this is my only comment. To tax 150,000 RV's but not tax 150,000 plus houses.. Is Discrimination.
wa8yxm 04/15/17 06:32am General RVing Issues
Montana LLC

http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/mtleg/senate-panel-passes-ferrari-tax-targeting-luxury-cars-rvs/article_3f3ec22a-c400-5c6e-bb74-5241cb9326f4.html
dons2346 04/14/17 03:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oregon regestration fees?

One guy I know has his $300,000 DP registered via a Montana LLC To keep California off his back it's stored in Ashland and he never takes it through Calf. I thought going from Sac to Ashland, to eastern OR, to Nevada to Phoenix was not worth what he was saving in taxes
n7bsn 04/07/17 06:58pm Class A Motorhomes
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