Discussion in 'Living in Sin (City that is)' started by R8erhed, Jan 26, 2019.
Oops . . . didn't read the forum category. Sorry.
@KKB Think the availability of drinking 24/7. They also passed a law that all drivers must have car insurance. Some don't and there are a lot of hit and run accidents almost daily because they don't have the required insurance.
The Iowa question is interesting because NV has a law that you have x number of days to get NV plates after moving there. I would think it would suspicious if your car is licensed in one state, but you claim NV, to avoid state taxes, as your full time state of residence.
DL and license plate are about the easiest and first things the tax man looks to to ascertain where it is you live.
if you want real data go to the following and put in any two cities:
I just have a vacation home in Vegas. My permanent address is Iowa unfortunately. The profit on sale of homes in Vegas and rentals is taxed by Iowa since I am a resident there. I wish I could claim Nevada as a resident, but I do not qualify. I spend a total of about 100 days in Nevada is all.
That is why the car still has Iowa plates and Iowa insurance on it. Now house insurance I must by in Nevada. I could buy it from a insurance agent who has a license in Nevada, but mine in Iowa doesn't. Some do though have Arizona license as many clients have vacation homes in that state.
Being able to have houses in two (or more) locations is a pretty special thing.
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