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Does anyone know the MSRP of a new Shoei RF-900 Blade Tc-3? I need it for insurance purposes
Speaking for Tavish...there is no tax in NH :smilebig: The few, the proud, the tax free :thumb:TheEasterBunny said:If you were to buy local and pay tax it would most likely be much much more than the cost of shipping.
MrX954 said:Speaking for Tavish...there is no tax in NH :smilebig: The few, the proud, the tax free :thumb:
Oh a wise guy huh... how about you play a little game called :stfu: :rotfl:ReaperAZ said:I got your no tax right here pal... :twofing: !
I do recall them being in the $400 range however. Man I miss being able to walk in with $20 and buying something for $19.99 and getting change back instead of having to factor in a 7.6% tax like here.
NOPE, no income tax, no sales tax :thumb: . We get to take home our pay checks that we earn (minus the 18% fed withholding or whatever) and pay the cost of things. One of the perks of living in NH, didnt realize how great a tax free state was til I finally left NH for the first time last year....out west is still way better though.Hamburgler said:How does NH get away with no sales tax? Do you have an income tax?
Hamburgler said:How does NH get away with no sales tax? Do you have an income tax?
I don't think you understood my question.MrX954 said:Nope you guys seem to be missing something here NH is TAX FREE!, there are no taxes or extra fees on anything you earn or buy, only do a federal tax return each year...only thing there is tax on is the 8% food tax at restaurants, but I beleive thats a federal tax like gas.