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rich746

Property Tax On Motorhomes In Indiana?

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Rich746,

Welcome to FMCA!

The way each state taxes a motorthome or not depends on the state of residence. Some tax personal property like RV's on value each year as they depreciate.

Other states just charge a registration fee.

So one needs to look at there state and local tax laws to know how its handled, to fine the best way to address the issue.

Rich.

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I talked to a full timer the other day that was from Indiana. He said exactly what you said. He paid property tax on the motorhome each year just like his house. His motorhome was even more than the house. Since they were full timers, they changed residency to South Dakota. No state income tax.

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No, tax on an Indiana residence's motorhome is an excise tax paid when you register the motorhome and obtain your vehicle license plate. The tax is based on book value and goes down about 10% each year. Our 2006 Fleetwood Expedition tax and license was $81.75 in February 2013.

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