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Title: sales tax
Post by: jwc191 on May 26, 2008, 07:59:07 am
here is a noval idea, allow sales taxes on cars and trucks to be a TAX deduction on federal taxes. i just purched a new tarus x and paid over $1600.00 sales tax. 2 months ago, my wife bought a new tarus, anothae $1500.00 in sales tax.everyone says to buy a new fuel efficent car or truck, well this tax break would be a great incentitive. will it happen? DON'T THINK SO.


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Title: Re: sales tax
Post by: ROCKY21 on January 30, 2010, 07:23:44 pm
You can deduct sales tax just for last year part of the recover act.


The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act permits taxpayers to take a deduction for state and local sales and excise taxes paid on the purchase of new cars, light trucks, motor homes and motorcycles. The deduction is available on new vehicles purchased from Feb. 17, 2009, through Dec. 31, 2009. In states that don't have a sales tax, the law provides a deduction for other taxes or fees paid. This deduction is available whether or not a taxpayer itemizes deductions on Schedule A.

The deduction is limited to the taxes and fees paid on up to $49,500 of the purchase price of an eligible vehicle. The deduction is reduced for joint filers with modified adjusted gross incomes (MAGI) between $250,000 and $260,000 and other taxpayers with MAGI between $125,000 and $135,000. Taxpayers with higher incomes do not qualify.

Taxpayers who make qualifying new vehicle purchases this year can estimate the deduction with the help of IRS Publication 919, How Do I Adjust My Withholding? Lines 10a to 10k on Worksheet 10 take into account purchases above the $49,500 limit, as well as the reduced deductions for taxpayers at higher income levels.