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Old 04-14-2017, 06:21 AM
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Call it a Jeffwhip-10. Put that on the registration and A/W cert. The tax man has no way to question the value as you are the manufacturer. Give it a serial number in accordance with the manufacturer's (you) numbering policy. Your first build, label it serial number 1.

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Then see how your insurance quote works out with an unknown "one-off" design Jeffwhip-10. Would also hurt resale value I would assume.
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Don't mean to burst your bubble, but GA has a property tax on aircraft. Perhaps they haven't found you yet probably since you flew after the first of the year. Early in the year they send out a questionnaire. If you have your aircraft in a corporation they may very well find you if you are at a public airport. The airport managers report tail numbers. In which case you will be charged a use tax.

Here is a previous thread discussing this:

http://www.vansairforce.com/communit...t=property+tax
Bubble bursted!

I had been keeping the plane in SC but will be moving it to GA soon. I guess they'll get me... hopefully later
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Then see how your insurance quote works out with an unknown "one-off" design Jeffwhip-10. Would also hurt resale value I would assume.
And the FAA may require a 51% determination for the kit for your "one-off" design as well.
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Old 04-15-2017, 09:44 PM
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Default Possible tax credit in Georgia

Do some reading at dor.ga.gov. I found this easily "a taxpayer's use tax liability will be reduced by like taxes previously paid in another state. "
they may have another clause that negates it but I couldn't find it, yet. I have heard that some states do not allow this and u get to pay twice. Maybe other victims can add info about their state.
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Old 04-16-2017, 04:25 AM
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Call it a Jeffwhip-10. Put that on the registration and A/W cert. The tax man has no way to question the value as you are the manufacturer. Give it a serial number in accordance with the manufacturer's (you) numbering policy. Your first build, label it serial number 1.

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Then see how your insurance quote works out with an unknown "one-off" design Jeffwhip-10. Would also hurt resale value I would assume.
I was simply quoting from the paperwork for my RV6A.
Make: Townsend
Model: RV-6A
Serial No.: 001

About half the RVs I looked at were labeled this way.
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