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How often are people caught by the DMV for cheating on the sales tax declaration for used car sales?

Years ago when going to the county tax office to transfer a title into my name, I just said “1 dollar” and paids 6 cents tax.No problem.Then they required a signed bill of sale…so the seller wrote me a bill of sale for 1 dollar… no problem.Now the state looks up your car in something called “black book” and charges you what it says no matter what.I asked the lady when I was buying a used suburban, “This vehicle has a lot of problems and is not worth full book value, so why do I have to pay tax on full book value as if the car was in perfect condition?”She said it did not matter.So I asked, what if it was just a frame?She said the state doesn’t care..and if the car is really bad off you have to take it to the tax office and get a Salvage title to avoid the tax but once the car is restored you have to pay the tax if you want it re-titled.

What happens when you win a car on a game show?

My wife won this Honda Civic on The Price Is Right, back in 2016.Nothing happens until after the show airs. We were sworn to secrecy until then. She had to sign non-disclosure paperwork stating that we would tell nobody or risk forfeiture of all prizes. We had to keep this secret for ten weeks, until our show finally aired.A few weeks after air date CBS mailed our California non-resident state income tax bill, for 7% of the value of the car. (In our case, 7% of $22k or $1540). Again nothing happens until they receive that payment, in a certified check! A few more weeks passed before Honda of Hollywood, who had provided the car, called to arrange delivery.We assumed they would just have us pick up the car locally rather than ship it, because we were living in Buffalo, New York. But it’s up to the local California dealer, and they chose to ship it to New York. (Probably because they get full credit from Honda on the sale, and get it off their lot. It was late in the year and the new models were coming in.)We waited over a month for them to finalize shipping. The show aired in early November and we didn’t get it until February. They ended up putting it on a private carrier who was bringing miscellaneous cars cross-country. He delivered it to our closest WalMart parking lot on a Sunday night at 11PM! We had to nervously drive it home without license plates in the dead of night!Now the story gets crazy.We went to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) the next day to get the plates and title. They wanted a “Bill of Sale”, which of course we didn’t have. “We won it on Price Is Right,” we explained. Word got around the DMV office and everyone was congratulating us. Finally the “supervisor” had to get involved. They determined we needed a Certificate of Origin. We weren’t given that either. All we had was the tax bill from CBS. We called the dealer; they didn’t have it. They had to call the Honda factory in Ohio for that. So that took the whole week to sort out.We left empty-handed but finally got the plates on our next DMV visit a week later. We still have the car three years later and LOVE IT! The rear plate holder is the one given to all car winners and says, “I won this car on The Price Is Right”. The front plate holder is “HONDA of HOLLYWOOD”. Both make for great conversation pieces! [I filed down the screws on the rear plate to prevent someone the temptation of stealing it!]Fast-forward to the following January and the 1099-MISC arrives from CBS. We were prepared to pay federal tax on the car and had put money aside. What we didn’t anticipate was that the extra $22000 would push us into a higher tax bracket. So we paid more than anticipated. The tax software makes it easy to calculate with car and without car taxes, and the “with car” tax differential amounted to 31% of the car, or an extra $6800. We got all that California pre-paid tax back (filing non-resident form), but ended up paying it (7%) to NY State instead.Total taxes: 38% or $8372.Was it worth it? Hell yes!

My dad in VA wants to give a car to me in California. Is it better for me to "buy" the car for low value or for him to gift it to me?

A few years ago, I bought a really nice used car for a killer price. It was way under market. I was stoked at both the deal I achieved, and at what I thought that would mean when I initially registered it in Washington, where you basically have to pay sales tax as part of the registration process.I was dumbfounded when the guy at the DMV looked at the bill of sale, looked at the title, pulled up a Kelly Blue Book and used the “private party” sales figure (significantly higher than my actual purchase price) as the basis on which sales tax was computed.My guess, based on my limited dealings with the California DMV (ever try to get clear title to a car on which the original title was lost 20 years ago, sold on a chain of bills-of-sale, with no one bothering to actually get it registered along that time? yeah. don’t. trust me) I would assume they would use a very similar process.You’ll be taxed on the assessed value of the car, no matter what the “purchase price” appears to be, so gift versus a “buy at a lower value” will still result in a fair-market value payment to the DMV.Sorry, but something has to pay for the road construction and bridges.

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