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Old 06-18-2019, 08:32 AM
pilotkms pilotkms is offline
 
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Additionally, in GA, your annual property tax bill will be based on where u reside, even tho the plane is in another county.

See 12 & 13 below
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Old 06-18-2019, 08:59 AM
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Additionally, in GA, your annual property tax bill will be based on where u reside, even tho the plane is in another county.
My experience is different. My RV-6 has always been taxed based on where it is based, rather than my home address.
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Old 06-18-2019, 02:49 PM
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Kyle - I think u are right. I was thinking of my situation where I live in the city but my plane is in the county. Thought I might escape paying property tax to the city but the DOR specifies that tax still applies and it goes to the city of residence. My residence and hangar are both in the same county. Sorry for the misinformation.
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Old 06-18-2019, 04:02 PM
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I purchased my plane in December 2018 from an individual in California and flew it to my home airport in Georgia immediately. Checked with a tax attorney and was advised that as long as I took possession and immediately flew it out of California, no CA tax would be required, unless I flew the plane back into CA within a 12 month period. Was also advised that there would be no sales tax due in Georgia. Confirmed no sales tax with my local county tax assessor (Putnam County). Both my home and airplane are based at 32GA in Putnam County. So far, I've gotten the personal property tax assessment back for the plane (assessed value is my purchase price, surprise, surprise) for the personal property tax bill that will come at the end of the year and be due in Jan 2020. I have received no sales tax bill.
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Old 06-19-2019, 03:08 PM
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Based on info I received 14 years ago when I bought my RV7 in Wa, I formed an LLC to hold ownership. The registration and title are in the name of the LLC.
The story was that if the airplane needs to find a new owner, the LLC gets sold but the paperwork on the airplane itself stays the same.

Rules may have changed in the meantime, we shall see, one day hopefully way in the future.....
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