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  • Last Activity: 12-18-2020 12:06 PM
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  1. 07-12-2009 09:47 AM
    Some times, you'll hear about having to prove that taxes were paid on it at one time or another (original Invoice from dealer), but that is if the boat is already owned and registered to you in another state and you have moved to Louisiana and are now registering your boat there. If you are paying cash, sometimes the private seller may be willing to hook you up with a bill of sale stating a lower purchase price than you paid. I'm not sure if you want to attempt that or not, but I do know afew guys who have done that. Where in Louisiana do you live?
  2. 07-12-2009 09:38 AM
    Yes, I'm in Iraq right now, this is my 15th month, so I'm at the end of this tour, Finally! You can go to the Tax Assessors office to make sure, but as I understand it, any boat less than 10 years old will be taxed. If you are not taxed at the point of sale, then you'll have to pay the Parish Tax Assessors office where you live. I bought two boats awhile back in Mississippi, one was over ten years old and from a private seller, so no taxes due. I also bought a newer boat from a dealer and paid Missisiippi taxes, so the Parish Tax Assessors office said no Louisiana tax was due since Mississippi collected it at purchase. It was also explained to me that if the older boat had been purchased from a dealership, then taxs would have been due on it in either Mississippi or Louisiana.

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