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RE: Financing a motorhome.

It seems a never changing circle where some poor soul asks a simple question about Financing a Motorhome? It ultimately ends in a flurry of "only a moron finance a depreciating item" to "if you can't pay cash you failed at every aspect of economic sobriety"! Somewhere in the middle is you and me but tell me something? What does any of that have to do with the question of the poster which is FINANCING A MOTORHOME??? Come on folks let's stay on message and help the guy who asked that question. And if you don't I'll ask a question about a Montana LLC and that will blow up the entire forum! How bout them Broncos!!! :)
Mondooker 09/18/16 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mugged by California DMV?

look into the Montana LLC thing Not for a vehicle based in California. Good way to become a convicted felon. CHP and DMV both actively seek out people doing this here.
msmith1199 08/16/16 09:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mugged by California DMV?

look into the Montana LLC thing
hanko 08/16/16 08:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: To Incorporate or not to Incorporate

Ah the old Montana LLC scam. You can do it, and you might save some money, but there is a risk, Some states have decided to go after Montana LLC Rv's.. and the penality is kind of hard to bear. Fiction: (I like to read fiction) Some years ago I read a fiction story where a young lady had physic powers.. She shook hands with an IRS rep and flashed back to him during WW-II,, Wearing his Gestapo uniform. Well.. That story was fiction: But .... A lot of folks think that scene is not far removed from true.. The IRS, and the state treasury agents, are as close to the Gestapo as we currently have in this country. They are the most powerful law enforcement officers.. After all. who managed to put Al Capone in prison? The IRS, not the FBI but the IRS.
wa8yxm 04/15/16 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
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