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ksss wrote:

WOW almost 10% sales tax! That would leave a mark.


Sales tax in my home town is 8.75%. If I go into Chicago sales tax is over 10% but our sales tax on unprepared food is only 1.75%. 9.75% sales tax is not that much change for me. I also pay $7000 in property taxes.

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Nashville area property tax

The current Davidson County property tax rate is $3.155 per $100 of assessed value in the Urban Services District, and $2.755 per $100 in the General Services District.

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zcookiemonstar wrote:

I was really looking for some one to say I have a dually and I pay this much.


Post number two has a link. Give them a call tomorrow so you get the FACTS!


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zcookiemonstar wrote:

I was really looking for some one to say I have a dually and I pay this much.


About $36 a year unless you get a personalized plate and I think it’s about $65. Doesn’t matter if it’s a dually or a Honda accord.

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I pay $61.55 yearly for my weighted tag for 16K pounds. My county doesn't have wheel tax or emissions.


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travelnutz wrote:

9.75% sales tax is extremely high and results in a lot higher total annual taxes paid in Tennessee than most other states with having the same yearly income.

For instance: Michigan's sales tax is 6% total max by law and so much is tax exempt. Groceries, drugs, fuel, etc. The 4.2% income tax doesn't kick in until you annually earn way over the average income and even less after deductions are taken. We know as we have lived in Michigan for 78 years and how much would be paid for state income tax. 83% pay zero income tax in Michigan.

Florida on the other hand not only has a higher state sales tax but the counties also add a tax percentage too on top of the state percentage. They also have a yearly personal property tax too.

We won't even mention the extreme taxes people in many other states like California, New York, New Jersey, and several others are saddled with and then add in the very high cost of living there too. Makes Michigan, Tennessee, and Florida seem to be about tax free by comparison...

MI sales tax is applied to fuel

WRT MI income tax, I'm calling BS on 83% number. I'd love to see the source of that detail, because even my retired father in law, whose income was way down, still paid state income tax.

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philh wrote:

travelnutz wrote:

9.75% sales tax is extremely high and results in a lot higher total annual taxes paid in Tennessee than most other states with having the same yearly income.

For instance: Michigan's sales tax is 6% total max by law and so much is tax exempt. Groceries, drugs, fuel, etc. The 4.2% income tax doesn't kick in until you annually earn way over the average income and even less after deductions are taken. We know as we have lived in Michigan for 78 years and how much would be paid for state income tax. 83% pay zero income tax in Michigan.

Florida on the other hand not only has a higher state sales tax but the counties also add a tax percentage too on top of the state percentage. They also have a yearly personal property tax too.

We won't even mention the extreme taxes people in many other states like California, New York, New Jersey, and several others are saddled with and then add in the very high cost of living there too. Makes Michigan, Tennessee, and Florida seem to be about tax free by comparison...

MI sales tax is applied to fuel

WRT MI income tax, I'm calling BS on 83% number. I'd love to see the source of that detail, because even my retired father in law, whose income was way down, still paid state income tax.


None of this has anything to do with the post topic

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Please people if you are not from Tennessee and have never owned a dually truck do not reply.

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FF286 wrote:

zcookiemonstar wrote:

I was really looking for some one to say I have a dually and I pay this much.


About $36 a year unless you get a personalized plate and I think it’s about $65. Doesn’t matter if it’s a dually or a Honda accord.


Someone just told me anything over 9000 is extra.

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