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About barbaraservello

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  • Birthday 03/19/1973

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  1. I have never laughed so hard in my life!!!!
  2. This only applies if they purchase on or after March 1st 2013 It is based on the "Fair market value" If you paid 7% sales tax when you purchased the vehicle in October, you will only pay your tag fee when you "opt in" yes
  3. Mortgage companies will also do this from time to time to make sure that thier investment is being kept up, or if the house is close to being forclosed on.
  4. sounds like there might be a problem with your return, no one crying just wondering why the federal came before the state.
  5. I received my federal but not my state, last year it was the state that deposited first. I thought that was kind of weird. I am also waiting on the state refund.
  6. I used Pro-sports on Florence Rd
  7. I've never received a call to tell me about a bus split, my daughter's bus has a split at least 3 times a week. I receive the automated calls for everything elso though
  8. I went to pick my daughter up from school and walked right through the front doors and not one person even looked at me, nothing has been done to increase security.
  9. "opt in" means it is an option for you but does not mean that you have to participate. You would opt in when renewing your tag, the annual birthday tax is the "ad Valorem" tax that you have been paying in addition to your $20.00 tag fee every year on or before your birthday when your tag expires
  10. Transferring the title now will give you the option to title the vehicle in his name now and then come March of 2013 he will have the option to opt in and pay 6.5% of the fair market value or continue to pay the annual birthday tax. With the new vehicle you purchased, you would have paid sales tax when you purchased the vehicle, which I assume you live in Paulding county and paid 7% sales tax so you would have already paid over the 6.5% so you will be able to opt in and pay nothing but you tag fee annually. If you live in a county that charges less than 6.5% you can still opt in but will have
  11. no you would pay 6.5% of the fair market value, not on the amount that you paid for the vehicle.
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