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    Any other States tax used 100 year old bricks?

    Any other States tax used 100-year-old bricks?

    I needed 12 old bricks to weight down an umbrella stand.
    $1.95 per brick plus $1.87 tax

    How about you folks?
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    California, new or used.

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    Arkansas for sure. Anything new, or used. They even haunt gun shows now.

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    States that collect sales tax on autos, every time they are sold/registered, make more money than the manufacturer or original dealership.

    Edit: and the towns collect property tax on the same vehicles in these states!
    CT is the state I'm familiar with (has the highest state gas tax too), but I escaped in '94...
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    If you buy retail, they tax it.

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    You work for a dollar, taxed when you get it and again when you spend it. The people that get the dollar face the same thing. Not spent many times before the government gets it back.

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    If you win money in another state, they'll tax you here.

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    Here in Illinois, the only things not subject to state sales tax are prescription meds and fundamental foodstuffs and, of course, 'home rule' cities are free to tag their own local sales tax on top of the state's bite. Oh yeah, and you're also supposed to keep track, report, and pay IL tax on goods that you purchase out of state that the seller has not collected tax for.

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    va will tax anything.

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    If you buy it at a retail outlet it will be taxed.

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    You guys should move to New Hampshire. No State income tax and no sales tax. The State owns the liquor distribution and liquor stores, just like Al Capone did in Prohibition. There seems to be some parallel there, huh?
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    I suppose the state does not want you to recycle old bricks , what is the tax on a new one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toallmy View Post
    I suppose the state does not want you to recycle old bricks , what is the tax on a new one ?
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    Tax is 8% July 1 it goes to 8.5%. New and used tax is the same!
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    I live in NY. The only stuff that isn't taxed is given away by our government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCP View Post
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    Tax is 8% July 1 it goes to 8.5%. New and used tax is the same!
    Ha, we've got you beat, here it's 9.46% sales tax, but no income tax because they get you everywhere else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenstone View Post
    States that collect sales tax on autos, every time they are sold/registered, make more money than the manufacturer or original dealership.

    Edit: and the towns collect property tax on the same vehicles in these states!
    CT is the state I'm familiar with (has the highest state gas tax too), but I escaped in '94...
    Maybe in distant or even recent past.
    NY has the highest gas tax, with California a very close second. California has the highest fuel (combining gas and diesel) taxes overall.

    http://www.gaspricewatch.com/web_gas_taxes.php
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    pa. anything sold is taxed idf it sold by a dealer. I have spaces at the big Carlisle car show. the tax people came in and said your are all dealers collect sales tax. had to get a tax number. all other flea markets you need a tax number to even get a space.

    the one that really burns me. a car is bought new and sales tax is paid. five years later that same car is sold to some one else buys it used they pay sales tax and it goes on down the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob208 View Post
    pa. anything sold is taxed idf it sold by a dealer.
    To be clear not everything in PA is taxed. Food, not prepared, isnít taxed. Same w/ necessities for your children along w/ toilet paper and some other items. I expect this to change when property taxes are eliminated. But not everything is taxed.

    Every state has their quirks when it comes to taxes. As someone that travels for work itís nice to work in a state w/ no sales tax. But PA says Iím supposed to pay sales tax if I bring the items into the state. Good thing all I buy is meals when Iím away from home. There are a lot of people in the south east that make all large purchases in Delaware. Saving $60 for every $1k spent is pretty significant.

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    dollar changes hands 13 times before the government has it all.

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    If you buy something, new or used, and make a profit at the sale, you also owe tax. The only one exception may be legal tender currency...possibly.

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