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Anybody register a boat out of state?


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#1 Stainless45

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Posted May 18 2020 - 12:43 PM

Feel free to PM me if it's a gray area.  Getting close to buying a boat and would rather not give the democraps another pound of flesh in taxes.  Anybody have any success?


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#2 Incognito

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Posted May 18 2020 - 04:35 PM

Decades ago I bought a boat in New Jersey because the model was not available locally. I saved a few percentage points in sales taxes but that was not my motivation.

 

I don't remember which jurisdiction (coast guard, town, county), but boat police stopped me and told me to register it in New York if it was going to stay in New York. I registered it in NY the following year.



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Posted May 18 2020 - 11:02 PM

Plenty of yatchs are registered in Bimini Atol
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Posted May 19 2020 - 12:29 PM

Feel free to PM me if it's a gray area.  Getting close to buying a boat and would rather not give the democraps another pound of flesh in taxes.  Anybody have any success?

 

I did not realize you do not pay taxes in red states.



#5 Stainless45

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Posted May 19 2020 - 12:35 PM

I did not realize you do not pay taxes in red states.

 

Red states that are FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE do not tax their peasants to death.  Unlike New York



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Posted May 19 2020 - 04:46 PM

Red states that are FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE do not tax their peasants to death.  Unlike New York

 

BS.  Most red states would rather tax their constituents in ways they don't call taxes, so they can say they're not taxing their peasants to death, yet still be doing just that.  DMV fees that we'd consider onerous (that often includes boat registrations) are one such example.



#7 Stainless45

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Posted May 19 2020 - 05:18 PM

Okaaaayyyy.... Basically wondering if anyone has registered their boat in say... New Hampshire? Florida? etc



#8 Incognito

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Posted May 19 2020 - 09:13 PM

https://dmv.ny.gov/r...n/register-boat

 

Your boat is exempt from New York State registration if it is 

  • a lifeboat
  • registered in another state and not kept in New York for more than 90 consecutive days
  • a commercial boat with either U.S. or foreign documentation
  • a boat racing in competition

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Posted May 19 2020 - 09:49 PM

Sounds like an overnight trip into international water every 89 days is in order
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#10 PaPaBear

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Posted Yesterday, 05:48 PM

if you are a resident of New York your boat must be  registered in New York . you can not get a boat slip 






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