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Old 05-30-2014, 11:27 AM
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annual property tax on 2014

Can anyone in MO tell me what their annual propert tax is on a $30k jeep?

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???? Property tax on a vehicle, really. I hope you mean sales tax and it should be a one time tax.

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Automobile = Personal property <-- pay state tax at purchase

Land/House = Real property <-- pay annual taxes with homestead exemptions as applicable
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MO has a personal property tax that is assessed on autos and trailers that is paid annually (not just at purchase, that's the sales tax).

I think it was around $600 for me this year. 2013, $35k Rubi. We have two cars, and I don't have the bill to break it down for an exact figure.

If it's any consolation, my real estate taxes in MO were about 1/2 of what they were in IL. I'll take the $1100 in personal property taxes in MO over the $5,000 in additional RE taxes in IL for a similar sized house any day.
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Some states have an annual personal property tax that includes most motor vehicles including cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, atvs, and JEEPs.
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Missouri indeed has a property tax on any personal property i.e. land, houses, trailers, motor vehicles, etc. It is due annually on Dec. 31st.

We also pay sales tax when purchasing a vehicle just like you were buying a pencil at the store.


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Can anyone in MO tell me what their annual propert tax is on a $30k jeep?

It depends a lot on what municipality you live in. In the nicer burbs...probably north of $1,000.
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Do you mean the registration?
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Not all states pay personal property tax but Missouri does our 05 is about $150 a year and the 99 is $50 give or take. AR even goes more in depth.
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MO has a personal property tax that is assessed on autos and trailers that is paid annually (not just at purchase, that's the sales tax).

I think it was around $600 for me this year. 2013, $35k Rubi. We have two cars, and I don't have the bill to break it down for an exact figure.

If it's any consolation, my real estate taxes in MO were about 1/2 of what they were in IL. I'll take the $1100 in personal property taxes in MO over the $5,000 in additional RE taxes in IL for a similar sized house any day.
Thank you thats what I thinking someone I work with pays $500 a year fot 1 truck. Hate the taxman
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In KY, my JKU brand new the first year was around $383 in property tax. It hurts because it falls at the end of the year when you've got Christmas and all that other jazz going on at the same time.
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Here in ISSR we pay air tax. It's based on how much you breathe per year against how much you are responsible for creating, ie, with plant growth. So, say a 200lb man working construction breathes far more than a 120lb office woman so pays more. A farmer, however, is responsible for so much oxygen production with the plants he owns gets a reimbursement check each year.
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In Texas we pay an annual registration fee (tag fee) but it's only about $65.

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Crazy thing is my property tax (assessed value) on same jeep has gone up each year..last year I paid 518 for st Louis county ..I moved to Jefferson county last aug so not sure what it will be this year
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Taxes are the drug of governments. And like any addict, they can be pretty ingenious in finding ways to feed their habit.
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Taxes are the drug of governments. And like any addict, they can be pretty ingenious in finding ways to feed their habit.

I know, right? They should give Wrangler owners a discount because of the gasoline taxes we pay.
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Ya it may be enough to force me in to a cheaper patriot or wait a little longer all together.
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Overall, it's still a pretty cheap state to live in.




Like I said, my real estate taxes in IL were $11,000 a year, compared to around $5,000 for a simlar property in MO. I can't even imagine what my house would cost on one of the coasts.
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Most states have a fee estimator on their DMV websites and provide a break down of the annual fees for vehicle (property) tax based on value or some other vehicle-specific value, actual license fee thats usually a fixed amount. The tax portion is deductible on your income tax.
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Most states have a fee estimator on their DMV websites and provide a break down of the annual fees for vehicle (property) tax based on value or some other vehicle-specific value, actual license fee thats usually a fixed amount. The tax portion is deductible on your income tax.
Thank you so much I hadn't thought of deducting it later. My husbands self employed that would help a lot.
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Yup we get screwed in Virginia on this as well.
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MO has a personal property tax that is assessed on autos and trailers that is paid annually (not just at purchase, that's the sales tax). I think it was around $600 for me this year. 2013, $35k Rubi. We have two cars, and I don't have the bill to break it down for an exact figure. If it's any consolation, my real estate taxes in MO were about 1/2 of what they were in IL. I'll take the $1100 in personal property taxes in MO over the $5,000 in additional RE taxes in IL for a similar sized house any day.
Funny, I also moved from IL (Chicago suburbs). My taxes are...get this...10% of what they were in Chicago burbs, I'll happily pay property taxes on both our cars. Still a write off too.
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Taxes are the drug of governments. And like any addict, they can be pretty ingenious in finding ways to feed their habit.
Yeeep!

In California we pay what it ever it takes to make up for the State's past overspending. What they call the tax is irrelevant.

Regarding write off's, they merely a discount not a "tax free" ticket. As tax payers what we really want are tax credits. I check my junk mail every week but so far none of those seem to have come my way.
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The area I live in has a very low cost of living. Howevet I recently changed jobs to be closer to home and the new companys pay scale is based on the areas cost of living. Every factory the company ownes pays differently. I break even with less gas and vehicle wear and tear but....
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Virginia gets you with annual registration fees and annual personal property taxes, in addition to the new purchase sale tax fees. Personal property seems to go as long as you own your car/jeep.
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Living a state with none of that absurd tax, how do you guy put up with that? Paying annual tax on property you buy is outrageous. I pay annual tax on my land property, and yearly income tax but that's it. We have 6% sales tax and no state income tax. America isn't as free as they want you to believe. We are all enslaved to the tax system. You guys just seem to have it worse than me.
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Virginia gets you with annual registration fees and annual personal property taxes, in addition to the new purchase sale tax fees. Personal property seems to go as long as you own your car/jeep.
I'm new to this whole thing having just moved to VA last year, but I believe the tax goes away after 6 years if I remember correctly?...
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Yeah the costs off living in a lot of states are lower as are the taxes, but on the other hand the income is lower also, so probably a wash.

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