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RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted. Why would you even bother with a Montana LLC if you did a domicile in South Dakota? You would be a SD "resident" and thus I do not see any tax advantage to a MT LLC. Using the Montana LLC would save the sales tax on the purchase. Apparently South Dakota does not chase fulltimers who use the Montana LLC's which would free up the purchaser on the sales tax and any other charges that SD might levy but Montana doesn't. Also an LLC is not a bad idea from an asset protection standpoint. I believe in order to register you coach in South Dakota you must prove to the state you paid the sales tax when you bought the coach. At least I had to five years ago when I registered mine there. Then I guess I will never set up residence in SD. I bought my rigs right here in Montana, and no sales tax has ever been paid on any of them. If I want to get away from the Montana income tax, looks like I will have to move to Wyoming!
mowermech 11/19/14 06:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted. Why would you even bother with a Montana LLC if you did a domicile in South Dakota? You would be a SD "resident" and thus I do not see any tax advantage to a MT LLC. Using the Montana LLC would save the sales tax on the purchase. Apparently South Dakota does not chase fulltimers who use the Montana LLC's which would free up the purchaser on the sales tax and any other charges that SD might levy but Montana doesn't. Also an LLC is not a bad idea from an asset protection standpoint. I belive in order to register you coach in South Dakota you must prove to the state you paid the sales tax when you bought the coach. At least I had to five years ago when I registered mine there.
11B 11/18/14 08:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

I have noticed when a new person asks a serious question (to them it is a new question and they are seeking our advice),the old "I'll get the popcorn" from Executive and further piled on by Effy by likewise unintelligent answers. Well, Dennis is a retired LEO from Kalifornia and fled the state to avoid paying taxes on his retirement. He most likely found the South Dakota residence from this forum, yet belittles the "new person" for asking the same question. Effy is renown for piling on. No advice, just blather. If I was the OP, I would have left the building also. The Montana LLC will come up again as new people sign on. Only mowertech and taxman give responsible answers. Thanks to both of you. Fortunately for our industry (MH), new people are buying and asking for help. Being self destructive is not good for anyone. OP's been on here for 2 years this is the first post. It took me 1 day to learn how to search the forums and this has been discussed ad-nausea. Further OP never rejoined the conversation. If your skin is so thin you run from that then I have no empathy. My guess is it was never a serious question. I know some folks like to pretend to be moderator, but you're not. You take yourself way too seriously. So I am renown for piling on? I never knew I was so famous. I'm touched.
Effy 11/18/14 12:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted. Why would you even bother with a Montana LLC if you did a domicile in South Dakota? You would be a SD "resident" and thus I do not see any tax advantage to a MT LLC. Using the Montana LLC would save the sales tax on the purchase. Apparently South Dakota does not chase fulltimers who use the Montana LLC's which would free up the purchaser on the sales tax and any other charges that SD might levy but Montana doesn't. Also an LLC is not a bad idea from an asset protection standpoint. Got it. Had in my mind there was no sales tax in SD, but it's no income tax. Sales is 4%.
Billinwoodland 11/18/14 12:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

I have noticed when a new person asks a serious question (to them it is a new question and they are seeking our advice),the old "I'll get the popcorn" from Executive and further piled on by Effy by likewise unintelligent answers. Well, Dennis is a retired LEO from Kalifornia and fled the state to avoid paying taxes on his retirement. He most likely found the South Dakota residence from this forum, yet belittles the "new person" for asking the same question. Effy is renown for piling on. No advice, just blather. If I was the OP, I would have left the building also. The Montana LLC will come up again as new people sign on. Only mowertech and taxman give responsible answers. Thanks to both of you. Fortunately for our industry (MH), new people are buying and asking for help. Being self destructive is not good for anyone.
two-niner 11/18/14 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

My question is, should I get a DP or gasser to set up in my Montana LLC? Should it be new or used? How many slides and of what brand? Should I tow 4 down or a dolly? Should I use antifreeze or blow out the lines when winterizing? I mean if we are going to repeatedly beat this topic to death, shouldn't we just compile all the "beating a dead horse" topics together? You forgot to ask if you can set up "camp" at a local Wal*Mart....:B:B....Dennis :S Aw man, how could I forget that one? Thanks Dennis .
Effy 11/18/14 04:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

My question is, should I get a DP or gasser to set up in my Montana LLC? Should it be new or used? How many slides and of what brand? Should I tow 4 down or a dolly? Should I use antifreeze or blow out the lines when winterizing? I mean if we are going to repeatedly beat this topic to death, shouldn't we just compile all the "beating a dead horse" topics together? You forgot to ask if you can set up "camp" at a local Wal*Mart....:B:B....Dennis
Executive 11/17/14 10:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted. Why would you even bother with a Montana LLC if you did a domicile in South Dakota? You would be a SD "resident" and thus I do not see any tax advantage to a MT LLC. Using the Montana LLC would save the sales tax on the purchase. Apparently South Dakota does not chase fulltimers who use the Montana LLC's which would free up the purchaser on the sales tax and any other charges that SD might levy but Montana doesn't. Also an LLC is not a bad idea from an asset protection standpoint.
wnytaxman 11/17/14 05:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted. Why would you even bother with a Montana LLC if you did a domicile in South Dakota? You would be a SD "resident" and thus I do not see any tax advantage to a MT LLC.
Billinwoodland 11/17/14 04:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

My question is, should I get a DP or gasser to set up in my Montana LLC? Should it be new or used? How many slides and of what brand? Should I tow 4 down or a dolly? Should I use antifreeze or blow out the lines when winterizing? I mean if we are going to repeatedly beat this topic to death, shouldn't we just compile all the "beating a dead horse" topics together?
Effy 11/17/14 01:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

I would vote with those who said "as a full time RVer, choose your state of residency according to all the info you can find, and register your RV in your state of residency" As for those who try to register their RV in a state they do not reside in... I tried to do that. I had a Montana LLC for several years for my internet business, and when I bought the new bus, I titled it in the name of the existing Montana LLC, and got Montana plates. It took the Illinois revenuers less than a year to come after me, mostly because contrary to Illinois law, our Knight lived in Illinois for more than 30 days at a time. I learned a lot while corresponding with the "revenuer" I bought my RV in Florida. Before I hit the state line, they had told the state where I held a drivers license (Illinois)... The Illinois revenuers knew everything. They knew where I stored the rig. They knew what RV forums I posted on, and what my user ID was on each of them. In the end, I paid the 7.75% sales tax, plus some interest and penalties, Near $7000. I'd suggest that fulltimers cross all the T's and dot all the I's in establishing residency in a tax friendly state. Those of us not yet full time, it's probably not worth messing around.
JimM68 11/17/14 11:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

Being a fulltimer allows you to pick and choose whichever state you desire. As others have said, South Dakota, Florida and Texas appear to be the states that most use. No problem with the Montana LLC if you use South Dakota according to what others have posted.
wnytaxman 11/17/14 11:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

My Class A motorhome and car are registered in my home state/county- Nevada/Clarke. I am a full timer and registration, particularly emission inspection, is a pain. Besides, I am paying $1500 per year registration. It looks like I could save most of that money and all the hassle, if I got a Montana LLC and registered the vehicles there. What experience do other have with this? Is it a swamp or easy to do? I am thinking about using a firm called Deer Creek. http://www.mtvehicles.com/vehicles/learn_more Is anyone familiar with these guys? Jim Decker My neighbor next door to me did this to save on taxes and license fees on his newer motorhome, he has to buy me a fifth of JD every month so I don't turn him in.. :B
timmac 11/16/14 08:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

My Class A motorhome and car are registered in my home state/county- Nevada/Clarke. I am a full timer and registration, particularly emission inspection, is a pain. Besides, I am paying $1500 per year registration. It looks like I could save most of that money and all the hassle, if I got a Montana LLC and registered the vehicles there. What experience do other have with this? Is it a swamp or easy to do? I am thinking about using a firm called Deer Creek. http://www.mtvehicles.com/vehicles/learn_more Is anyone familiar with these guys? Jim Decker Most states are getting wise to those trying to avoid taxes and this has become more acute during the recession. If you live, work, and vote in Nevada then you probably should also register your vehicles in Nevada. Nevada is not especially RV friendly as to vehicle registration but it does not have state income tax so there is a trade off.
jmtandem 11/16/14 10:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Montana LLC

I know that's not the firm a lot recommend, not that I know anything about them. I do know that Nevada is one of the states that fines Nevada residents that get a Montana LLC. Since you full-time, why not move your "home" to a more friendly state like South Dakota or Texas?
n7bsn 11/16/14 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
Montana LLC

My Class A motorhome and car are registered in my home state/county- Nevada/Clarke. I am a full timer and registration, particularly emission inspection, is a pain. Besides, I am paying $1500 per year registration. It looks like I could save most of that money and all the hassle, if I got a Montana LLC and registered the vehicles there. What experience do other have with this? Is it a swamp or easy to do? I am thinking about using a firm called Deer Creek. http://www.mtvehicles.com/vehicles/learn_more Is anyone familiar with these guys? Jim Decker
Jim Decker 11/16/14 08:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Texas safety inspection

When I had my class a DP, Texas state inspections were my biggest pet peeve. I never could find a place that would do the work. The standard line was "we do not have an inspection bay capable of handling your 43 foot motorhome" I would always ask who does. I gave up after spending $$$$ on diesel running around every year trying to get an inspection and just went without. I was seriously considering a Montana llc in order to combat this problem of useless state inspections. Texas does not require the emission inspection on a DP. They have never even wanted to take mine inside. They do it sitting in the parking lot and only takes about 5 minutes; quick walk-around looking at the tires, check all lights (headlights, turn signals, lp light) and the horn is about it for a diesel. OH, and dougrainer knows what he's talking about. In Dallas they will do the inspection required for your residence county, and does not have to comply to the more stringent Dallas emission requirements. Actually this is wrong. According to the Tex.Gov site and the DPS office I called if you get an inspection in a emmission check county you have to get and pass a check even though your county does not require. That why I posted this question. I received the warning ticket from a Highway cop on TX 380 on my way out of TEX. He gave me a hard time. Thanks. Jack H
chili's trip 10/25/14 08:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Texas safety inspection

every time I warn folks about establishing residence in Texas because of the re-inspection requirement, people say it is no problem. I guess it can be. bumpy Montana LLC, works for me.
Valkyriebush 10/25/14 07:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Texas safety inspection

When I had my class a DP, Texas state inspections were my biggest pet peeve. I never could find a place that would do the work. The standard line was "we do not have an inspection bay capable of handling your 43 foot motorhome" I would always ask who does. I gave up after spending $$$$ on diesel running around every year trying to get an inspection and just went without. I was seriously considering a Montana llc in order to combat this problem of useless state inspections. Texas does not require the emission inspection on a DP. They have never even wanted to take mine inside. They do it sitting in the parking lot and only takes about 5 minutes; quick walk-around looking at the tires, check all lights (headlights, turn signals, lp light) and the horn is about it for a diesel. OH, and dougrainer knows what he's talking about. In Dallas they will do the inspection required for your residence county, and does not have to comply to the more stringent Dallas emission requirements. I know this, and you know this, but the problem is, does the 18 year old pimply face kid working at the garage doing inspections know this? I had an inspector tell me he was not authorized to inspect a commercial vehicle. When I told him this 43 foot motorhome was registered the exact same way as his Honda, he looked at me like I had 5 eyes. Hence driving around to every passenger car inspection place that all have variations on why they can't inspect the rv until I just give up. I had one tell me a few months ago that he could not inspect me because I was blocking his parking lot. What a money grab. I would pay the state extra not to have to go through this hassle every year. Do you think this 18 year old kid is really more qualified than me to inspect a 43 foot triple axle motorhome with air brakes and air suspension.
moparmaga2 10/25/14 07:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Texas safety inspection

When I had my class a DP, Texas state inspections were my biggest pet peeve. I never could find a place that would do the work. The standard line was "we do not have an inspection bay capable of handling your 43 foot motorhome" I would always ask who does. I gave up after spending $$$$ on diesel running around every year trying to get an inspection and just went without. I was seriously considering a Montana llc in order to combat this problem of useless state inspections. Texas does not require the emission inspection on a DP. They have never even wanted to take mine inside. They do it sitting in the parking lot and only takes about 5 minutes; quick walk-around looking at the tires, check all lights (headlights, turn signals, lp light) and the horn is about it for a diesel. OH, and dougrainer knows what he's talking about. In Dallas they will do the inspection required for your residence county, and does not have to comply to the more stringent Dallas emission requirements.
Tinstar 10/24/14 11:02pm Class A Motorhomes
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