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Delaware and all it's benefits - December 21, 2015, 04:19 PM

Does anyone have experience or heard of experiences of buying a postage stamp lot with a mail box, making DE your primary residence?

No VA car tax. No unfair VA DMV point system (anything over 80 is reckless even if the speed limit is 70). No VA income tax?

Seems like a viable option just from these three points.


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A few buddies rent a little apartment in nowhere Delaware just outside of New Castle for $400/mo. $100 each person. It's use is pretty much for tax purposes.

Another old friend from New York bought a trailer home in Delaware for $30,000, rented it out most of the vacation season, but continued to use it as his address.
Even with the renters I think there's only a requirement that it be "your" residence for 7 months out of the year to qualify as a principal address



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I'm going to do this with vegas or houston for the exact same reasons. The income tax savings alone will pay for the place. My plan is to get a close friend to join in on it and really make it work for us. That cuts costs in half.

Just be careful if you park your vehicle on the street with out of state tags. Eventually the cops will start giving you warnings. Or neighbors will narc on you. There are other tricks the tax man will use. My mom told me she know of people in Vegas getting busted because their utility bills did not reflect residency. Just play it smart and this will work! My parents did this back in the day with Nevada and VA.

Heist you are correct. You must be in the state more than 180 days to claim it as your residence.
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I would imagine being DE is close more people would do this.


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I would imagine being DE is close more people would do this.
Depends on your assets and what you need to shelter. Some people don't have enough to make doing this worth the extra time and attention.

But if you have say a RV and a boat and live in Virginia, absolutely makes sense.

I still don't understand VAs tax code and how they continue to charge property tax every year on the value of durable goods, capital equipment, and machinery for which the owner has already paid sales taxes for.

It's like paying a derivative sales tax each year which in my mind would act as a disincentive to purchasing goods if you live in the state.



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Not saying you can, can't, should, or shouldn't do this... but I moved from VA to DC and got audited by the Tax man because I had two addresses.

I had to provide all this proof of residence, bills, dates, leases, mortgage docs, ect... and the potential fines were in the $1,000s.

So basically you might get away with it, but you also might get hit someday with years and years of back taxes plus tons of fines which grow larger with time.


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I'm going to do this with vegas or houston for the exact same reasons. The income tax savings alone will pay for the place. My plan is to get a close friend to join in on it and really make it work for us. That cuts costs in half.

Just be careful if you park your vehicle on the street with out of state tags. Eventually the cops will start giving you warnings. Or neighbors will narc on you. There are other tricks the tax man will use. My mom told me she know of people in Vegas getting busted because their utility bills did not reflect residency. Just play it smart and this will work! My parents did this back in the day with Nevada and VA.

Heist you are correct. You must be in the state more than 180 days to claim it as your residence.
I'd do DE. Living in DE and commuting to DC is within reason. I actually know people that do it for real. Living in Vegas and working in DC isn't going to fly for non military people.


With that said. I'm down to go in on a cheap place in DE with a few people.

Hell, lets go all out and get a few acres to ride dirtbikes and stuff.


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You're right. My situation is a bit different as I work remote full time.

My other plan to escape local taxes is to join Sterling volunteer rescue. I've been wanting to do that for a while but haven't been able to dedicate the time to stay in town. Especially with racing. Not paying personal property tax alone would save me the same amount as if I were to not pay state income tax.

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Just for the record you're the Dumbass because DE also have DMV so if you were to claim residency your points would transfer. Where as if you had some shit hole house in MD you would register to the MVA they don't talk. You're welcome... Dumbass. Oh yeah no property tax on your car either... BTW I really hope it isn't a 370z That's a woman's car
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Not anymore. Maryland is now a member of AAMVA
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Not anymore. Maryland is now a member of AAMVA
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I got a ticket there 7 months ago 110 on 495 they cannot take or touch my license in VA in any way on top of that I just pulled my driving record frim dmv for insurance. If it does show next time I pull it I will gladly tell you
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I got a ticket there 7 months ago 110 on 495 they cannot take or touch my license in VA in any way on top of that I just pulled my driving record frim dmv for insurance. If it does show next time I pull it I will gladly tell you
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I'm going to do this with vegas or houston for the exact same reasons. The income tax savings alone will pay for the place. My plan is to get a close friend to join in on it and really make it work for us. That cuts costs in half.

Just be careful if you park your vehicle on the street with out of state tags.
Might look into registering your trailer and truck in Maine. They have an excise tax, but it's nowhere near the $ amount of PPT. If your truck is more than 3 years old, the rate drops significantly.
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Just for the record you're the Dumbass because DE also have DMV so if you were to claim residency your points would transfer. Where as if you had some shit hole house in MD you would register to the MVA they don't talk. You're welcome... Dumbass. Oh yeah no property tax on your car either... BTW I really hope it isn't a 370z That's a woman's car

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