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To: Henrietta
The licensing fees in NV aren't high; I know some who tell me it costs just $300 a year to register their Mercedes E Class.

A new car, regardless of value, will cost you about $65 here.

14 posted on 01/31/2003 12:02:31 PM PST by Prof Engineer
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To: Prof Engineer
A new car, regardless of value, will cost you about $65 here.

In the sheme of things, saving a couple hundred bucks a year per car on registration fees is small potatoes compared to the tax costs of living in most states. It is probably offset by the cost of airconditioning one's Texas home, compared to keeping cool in a dry high-altitude climate where the normal high temp in the hottest time of the year is about 90F. And the current temperature is over 60F (though that is unusual) under sunny skies.

But I think we would agree that there are few tax reasons to move FROM Texas to anywhere.
17 posted on 01/31/2003 1:16:05 PM PST by Atlas Sneezed
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